Looking for 55" TV recommendations

FadedMFC

Standard Member
So i'm in the market for a new TV and am looking at a 55" model.

I know the top dog here is the LG C9 and in all honesty I would absolutely love the TV but with having two kids there is constant static images on the TV, whether it be "Are you still watching Netflix" or the HUD from something like Minecraft. Due to this my fear of running into screen burn is really putting me off going OLED.

I'm currently considering the follow:
  • Samsung Q80R
  • Sony Bravia KD55XG9505
  • LG 55SM9800PLA NanoCell
Does anyone have any opinions on the above TV's, or can you suggest any others that might be better?
Alternatively, are there any retailers who would cover burn in that would put my mind at ease over getting the LG C9?

My budget is somewhere around £1,800.
Use case would be 4k content, movies and gaming.

Thanks for any help!
 

fil9po

Novice Member
With no doubt,choose Samsung Q80R.Top HD performance,1200 cd/m,full array backlight,great image processor,good black levels,Tizen smart platform,fantastic slim bezel and neat T-stand...
 

zeppelino

Well-known Member
No retailer covers screen burn. If you can wait until Black Friday then the Q90R should be within budget.
 

FadedMFC

Standard Member
Is anyone expecting the next gen consoles to incorporate anything that these TV's wouldn't be able to do?
 

Dodgexander

Moderator
Is anyone expecting the next gen consoles to incorporate anything that these TV's wouldn't be able to do?

Out of the 3 tv's in the OP. The LG supports the most HDMI 2.1 features, but its also the poorest option for picture quality.
 
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