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  1. R

    Question Gaming recommended field of view

    Hi all, I have been looking around trying to find a recommended field of view for gaming but i cant find one. I currently have a 60 inch Pioneer in my man cave and want to upgrade to something bigger. Its either going to be a 75 inch or an 85 inch TV, i like the looks of the Samsung Q85...
  2. Matt

    Question Are the viewing angles on a 32" comparable to a 55"

    We've got a 32" Hisense in the kids room, I don't know if its IPS or VA. Is it possible to compare the viewing angles of this set to a 55 inch one? Ie, if I am happy with the viewing angle on this set, will it translate to the larger one? I'm trying to figure out if i need to go to OLED for the...
  3. Matt

    How do you work out your viewing angle?

    I know this is probably a dumb question but... I'm considering upgrading my aging Plasma for a 4K set but unsure whether to go OLED or LCD. I know that one of the big issues is the viewing angle. Our TV is in the corner of the room with two sofas facing it. What is the easiest way to calculate...
  4. RealityDysfunction

    Looking for HDR capable TV with wide viewing angles.

    As per title. Are there any TVs that combine decent HDR performance with wide viewing angles (almost 45 degrees). I'm thinking ideally in the 49 to 55 inch size and a price less than £800 (don't mind waiting to Black Friday for prices to come down. Options as I see it: OLED - would be ideal, but...
  5. B

    Samsung QE49Q85T Viewing angle

    I have discovered that the QE49Q85T has the anti reflection feature which the Q80T does not. Does it have the enhanced viewing angle also? This TV is expensive and unfortunately only sold by Currys/PCWorld but could come down in next few months. I had the opportunity to view Freeview HD on a...
  6. T

    Question Star Wars Episode 1 to 3: Which scenes to censor for kid friendly viewing?

    My 9 year old son is extremely keen on Star Wars, he's been reading many books, played many of the Lego Star Wars games and played with countless toys. After much pressure from him, I finally gave in to letting him watch the movies Episodes 4 to 6. He really enjoyed them and is now asking to...
  7. Slugsy01

    Is BFI really useful for Sky Sports viewing?

    Hi all I want a 77” set and to be quite honest, I want a Sony or Panasonic as I prefer their motion processing. That being said, Panasonic don’t do 77” sets so it’s back to a Sony. I can get the AG9 at a really good price but it’s a 2019 set and there is something irrational inside me about...
  8. Dziamm

    Question 50PUS8804/12 viewing angles

    Hello! I couldn't find any precise information about this and I come across this site so I decided to ask here. What are viewing angles of the 50pus8804/12 model? Some sites say it's 178/178 but I'm not sure about this since it's VA panel. Due to circumstances can't really go to store to see for...
  9. T

    Question Screen size and viewing distance

    What size screen do you have (ignoring IMAX, ideally when projecting scope, height or width)? What is your viewing distance? If you could change your screen size and viewing distance (within reason), what would you go for?
  10. bungieben

    CCTV camera viewing calculator

    Put in your postcode, add your camera models and have a play. Amazing ! https://calculator.ipvm.com/
  11. toplad39

    Question Hi there. What would be the best projector to buy for outside viewing under a gazebo?

    I currently have an Optoma HD 200X from new which has been brilliant for indoor but just not bright enough. Thanks
  12. AVtest

    Over wifi copying or movie viewing speeds on philips tv's

    Hi, TV syncs with wifi router at around 200mbps. I have another pc with movies which syncs wifi 700mbps. Using xplorer app set up access to that shared folder on pc and try to view movie. Every movie 1gb+ flickers like looses frames. So I decided to copy movie to drive on tv over wifi and only...
  13. river123

    Viewing distance question for the new LG CX77.

    Is a viewing distance of 10.5 feet too close for 1080p on the new LG CX77 model?
  14. E

    Screen for viewing BENQ HT3550 in ambient light

    Hello all, I would like to know your opinion regarding a screen to match with my Projector BENQ HT3550 (short throw projector). My viewing conditions will have ambient light so will look for an ALR screen. I have narrowed down my search to: 1. Silver Ticket High Contrast STR-169120-HC 2...
  15. J

    Question Viewing via an aerial on a 55” Panasonic oled

    With the cost of Sky on the increase we’re thinking about going back to old fashion terrestrial Tv through an Aerial. Was wondering about HD picture quality.
  16. D

    Question Hearing loss family viewing

    Hello, this is the closest forum I could find to my question. If there is a better one, please let me know. Both my parents are losing their hearing as they age, but at different rates. As it stands they aren't so bad to warrant hearing aids but watching tv as a family is becoming painful as...
  17. EllenZ

    LG - 65" Class - LED - UM6900PUA?

    Hi all. First time here and considering an LG - 65" Class - LED - UM6900PUA. Mostly for streaming and some PS4 gaming. There will be 12-13' viewing distance. Any reason this is not a good choice? Best Buy has them for $450. Thanks.
  18. B

    No, gaming, only DirecTV and antenna viewing

    Want to but another 65 or 70” LG TV. Won’t do gaming and will use DirecTV and HD antenna for signal. No Blu Ray. Thinking in the $1000 to $2200 price range. Thoughts on what might suit my situation?
  19. S

    Best non-OLED 75" TV for viewing angle?

    Hi ant to upgrade my 60" cheap Samsung to a 75" TV because I have a small p I just want a bigger screen for the kids sitting at 4+ metres away in a big-ish room. I already have a 120" projector (not an incredible high end one but not a bad one Epson 3800/7100) which we'll use for films in...
  20. Mack errol

    Question Opinions & advice Of screen size at a 2.7m viewing distance please

    Evening all, Recently completed our extension and I’m lucky to have been able to squeeze in a dedicated film room where I’ve moved over all my AV gear from the old living room, we’ve currently got the LG OLED B7 55incher from my eyeballs to the screen is 2.7m , it’s a very dark room and will...
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