Looking at a 75 inch tv

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  1. mightymag

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    Any advice on which 75" tv to buy.
    Im looking to upgrade from 55" sony to a 75 inch tv.

    my budget is about £2800.

    Ill mainly be using it for Sports movies and odd game on the xbox one x.

    The sony ex9005(had a look at 1 in RS) and samsung mu7000 look good. (£800 diff between the 2)

    forgot to add ill have a sky q box and 4k fire tv connected to it.


    thanks in advance for any help.
     
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    Both TVs you are looking at are probably the best value at that size. The MU7000 is decent if you don't mind having lackluster HDR but you'll want the Sony for decent HDR.

    I am guessing since you have the One X that is important to you.
     
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    Thanks,
    still undecided.Really want a 75" but my head is now turning towards a lg b7 65"

    in a proper quandry lol.
     
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    UHD viewing distances dictate you need to view very close, of course by getting a bigger screen that dictates that somewhat.

    However by sizing down you can instead afford a TV that is good (LG B7), rather than decent (Sony XE9005) with HDR so it just depends on your viewing distance and which you prefer to benefit more, UHD or HDR.

    Not to mention an OLED gives you bigger upgrades in areas compared to LCD, being a new technology.
     

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