Best 1080p Gaming TV

Discussion in 'What Is The Best TV For You?' started by Fakman87, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. Fakman87

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    Hi guys, I'm looking for a full hd gaming tv instead of 4K as I'd prefer 60fps on the Ps4 Pro. Any ideas if there are still good 1080p gaming tv's being made? Thanks.
     
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    There are some reasonable lower mid-range Full HD TVs being made but if you're after anything high end then you're looking second hand, or sitting closer to a smaller gaming monitor for the same apparent size.
     
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    The problem is you will want a TV that is decent with HDR for the pro and no FHD TV is good with HDR.

    What kind of budget are you looking at? If you can get a TV like the Sony XE9005 then you will get good HDR and can still game at 1080p @60hz with HDR.
     
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    Thanks guys. Is it possible to play 1080p on the XE9005? Also does that model compare well to the KS7000 from last year? My plan was to spend roughly 400 on a 1080p tv and only to get a 4K if a good deal came up on Black Friday.
     
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    You're not going to get much worthwhile in terms of good HDR gaming south of £1000 I'm afraid
     
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    Yes it will and yes its comparative to the KS7000 last year, a little better overall.
     

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