Question 65" TV for mostly gaming

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  1. RichKS

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    Looking to get a 65" TV for gaming and movies/streaming. Currently the usage is 70% PS4 games, 15% PS4 netflix/Amazon/iPlayer and 15% Kodi via a media pc.

    I'm moving from an Epson 3200 projector, which is on the way out. Replacing the 3200 would cost around £1300, so I'm looking at whether a very large TV is a viable alternative at around the same price.

    I'm looking to avoid lag, and make sure I can see detail in dark scenes. Blotchy images annoys me.

    I'm fairly certain OLED is out of my price range.
     
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    There isn't much lag on any TV now, they're all under about 1/20th of a second these days.

    There are several good choices around £1400-1500 like the Philips PUS7601, Sony XE85 or Samsung MU7000.
     
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    I believe the Hisense 65N6800 is a good choice for you. :)

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    70% console gaming I'd say I'm not sure the extra is worth it and to stick to a lower end model like the N6800.

    The Philips PUS7601 would be good value as its a FALD model, particularly when you said you want more detail in dark scenes but the others only really offer an improved refresh rate over the Hisense which won't really benefit you much at all in console games unless you want to use Black Frame Insertion to reduce motion blur.
     

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