TV dilemma, which one?

Ndaa75

Active Member
My 7 years Panasonic Plasma is on it's way out, so time for a replacement.
I'm looking at three models currently.....Panasonic 65FX750B LCD, 65EZ952B OLED or the Sony 65XF9005. I do a bit of gaming so are a little concerned of OLED screen burn.
What would you guys recommend?
 

40something

Active Member
Well I'd go for the Panasonic 802 as its the same as the 952 without the better sound. So if you a good sound system save some money. Then you have the LG Oled range the clever members on here with answer better than me. But maybe better to give a budget and if sound from the screen is important in what you looking for.

Good luck
 

zeppelino

Distinguished Member
What sources will you have? Do you need wide viewing angles? Is hdr performance important?
 

Ndaa75

Active Member
What sources will you have? Do you need wide viewing angles? Is hdr performance important?
Hi, thanks for responding!

Viewing angles aren't an issue. IQ being the most important factor so not really sure how important HDR is currently. TV sill be used for general TV viewing, streaming and gaming.
 

zeppelino

Distinguished Member
Hi, thanks for responding!

Viewing angles aren't an issue. IQ being the most important factor so not really sure how important HDR is currently. TV sill be used for general TV viewing, streaming and gaming.
I’d be looking at the LG B8. Best PQ and bang for buck. If not that then the FZ802
 

Ndaa75

Active Member
Thanks....bit concerend about image retention TBH.....much of an issue wit OLED?
 

David2patin

Novice Member
I'm looking to get a large display to use in a conference room - 65" or similar.
Would a half decent TV be a sensible option, or should I be looking at something like a Viewsonic 65" display instead?

It'll be used mainly for presentations and screen sharing and will need reasonable viewing angles
 

Dodgexander

Moderator
OLED Burn In Risk
I'm looking to get a large display to use in a conference room - 65" or similar.
Would a half decent TV be a sensible option, or should I be looking at something like a Viewsonic 65" display instead?

It'll be used mainly for presentations and screen sharing and will need reasonable viewing angles
Pick up a cheap Sony or LG at 65" such as LGs UK6 or Sony's X700F range.
 

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