Please help! Which TV?

robloxian

Active Member
Hi, I'm struggling to decide on a new TV. I have until midnight when the 10% eBay code ends!

I currently have this TV:


I'm swaying between these two:




There's about £70 difference between them, with the Sony being the more expensive one.

I'd be using it for gaming - PS4, PS5 (not bothered about the 2.1 HDMI right now) and Sky Q and Blu-Ray.

My budget is £400 but would stretch to the Sony if it's worth it. The Sony ones does say 100hz refresh rate, which I thought was good as they're usually 50hz?

Would appreciate your help.

Thanks
 

pastrybloke19

Active Member
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Hi, I'm struggling to decide on a new TV. I have until midnight when the 10% eBay code ends!

I currently have this TV:


I'm swaying between these two:




There's about £70 difference between them, with the Sony being the more expensive one.

I'd be using it for gaming - PS4, PS5 (not bothered about the 2.1 HDMI right now) and Sky Q and Blu-Ray.

My budget is £400 but would stretch to the Sony if it's worth it. The Sony ones does say 100hz refresh rate, which I thought was good as they're usually 50hz?

Would appreciate your help.

Thanks
I would say neither:

Check out this guide:

work out if you need IPS (wide viewing angle) or VA (better blacks, narrow viewing angle), and look a the low tiers (to fit your budget). If you want value, the hisense models are very good.
 

robloxian

Active Member
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I would say neither:

Check out this guide:

work out if you need IPS (wide viewing angle) or VA (better blacks, narrow viewing angle), and look a the low tiers (to fit your budget). If you want value, the hisense models are very good.
Really? I thought Hisense were a poor model?
 

pastrybloke19

Active Member
Really? I thought Hisense were a poor model?
I bought a hisense model for a friend; he needed a cheap, capable TV - and has been pleased ever since. If you pick the right one and have realistic expectations, then I think they are a good option.

No matter which tv you buy, always get an extended warranty for peace of mind (I.e John Lewis or Richer Sounds).
 

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