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A good 43 inch 4k with HDR for gaming?

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Posted A week ago

I am in the market for one and since it will be in a pretty small room I want around that size. Anybody have any suggestions?


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Posted A week ago

Wouldn't this be better asked in the Technology section?


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Posted A week ago

This would fit in the gaming section...maybe a title change to best gaming tv's or something?


I like the LG OLED's. Might be a bit bigger than you need but good contrast and color levels.

https://www.cnet.com...d55b7a/preview/

If anything make sure you get a set with HDR. That makes quite a bit of difference in gaming as you note. The console games are using it more and more these days.

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I have a PS4 Pro and X Box One X so HDR is a must. Does anybody have any experience with this TV? https://www.amazon.c...ding=UTF8&psc=1


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I have a PS4 Pro and X Box One X so HDR is a must. Does anybody have any experience with this TV? https://www.amazon.c...ding=UTF8&psc=1

I don't have any personal experience with this TV but you should consider the in-depth review of it on Rtings.com. While the X800E has good HDR capability, they recommend the X800D from 2016 as an overall better TV.


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I have a PS4 Pro and X Box One X so HDR is a must. Does anybody have any experience with this TV? https://www.amazon.c...ding=UTF8&psc=1

I don't have any personal experience with this TV but you should consider the in-depth review of it on Rtings.com. While the X800E has good HDR capability, they recommend the X800D from 2016 as an overall better TV.

 

I saw that but I can only find it used and I don't order used electronics online because it is a gamble. You don't know what you will get. 


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Posted A week ago

I bought a Sony 900E. It is 49 inches but it should look good.

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