QLED is just Samsung's name for LCD so don't limit yourself to just Samsungs. You are unlikely to see any genuine deals until Black Friday onwards.Still surviving on my donated 32" Samsung. Any worthy deals to look at today/tomorrow? I'm not seeing any enticing discounts on popular OLED or QLED models.
Sony A8H is on offer at Amazon Prime and Best Buy at the moment. A very good deal for US-based customers if you can stretch to it.Still surviving on my donated 32" Samsung. Any worthy deals to look at today/tomorrow? I'm not seeing any enticing discounts on popular OLED or QLED models.
The Vizio OLED is the same price as the Q80T at best buy currently, good deals come to those that wait.Do we like these q80 tvs? I feel like I remember those being well-liked. Looks like one cant really get a decent sized OLED for under $1400 even with a sale?
Because TV's have VESA mounts there is no need to use the built in stand. You can get a table stand much narrower than the TV. I have my 55" on this stand. It raised to accomodate a centre channel speaker under the TV. If you do no need this it can be much lower.Hi, new member here with what I'm sure is the most asked question on this board. Look like it's time for a new TV, as my old one has developed an issue I'm not capable of fixing (and is probably not worth the money to have professionally done, as this TV is around 13 years old.
So, I'm looking at what's out there, and of course it's overwhelming, with all the review sites with their own recommendations, and who knows who they're all "sponsored" by.
The TV I now is 42", fine for watching, not so great for gaming from that distance. I'm thinking 55" is a good size for a new one, as I sit about 11 feet from the screen. Also I have a custom built (handy girlfriend) table the stand rests on that is 48" wide, so stand footprint can't be wider than that.
I wanted to stay under $1000 (preferably way under. I got my --in my opninion-- sweet Panasonic Viera plasma for around $800 back in 2007 or 8, I would assume there's good stuff for that price these days). I guess OLED is the thing now, but most of those are pricey unless they come with severe compromises (Samsung Q60, from what I've read) that might make an LED the better deal at that price point. Viewing angle can be narrow, it'll just be me or possibly me and the aforementioned girlfriend, no superbowl parties here. Would like nice color and even illumination (I understand the FALD/full array is the way to go here, rather than edgelit or the in-between one), good HDR performance apparently important.
As I mentioned, I do play games and the idea of blurs or trails on movement doesn't sound very appealing, so 120 hz seems like something I'd want.
The one thing I don't care much about (at least I think) is how "smart" it is...I have a PS4 and can do the apps from there if necessary, or mirror from computer, iphone, etc.
So...why are the choices/compromises, given all that? What are some models to agonize over? Any way to get older models from a year or two ago at reduced prices that would be worth it (but somewhere with a warranty/guarantee, not just off of Craiglist etc.)?