Which 4K TV will future proof me the best ?

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  1. Dazbuffylover

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    Hi,

    Convinced the wife a 4K tv is a good buy.
    That was surprisingly easy, now the hard bit!
    I am looking for a 50 or 55 inch TV with at least 4 HDMIs.
    I asked an assistant in Currys about sets that had HVEC , HDR ( now or via a future firmware upgrade)and Hdcp 2.2 and he didn't have a clue. I also need a Xbox one and ps4 friendly lag setting too.
    Probably a big ask but there anything on the market that hits all the above requirements and comes in under £1200 ?
    Any thoughts and suggestions would be most welcome.
    Thanks
    Darren
     
  2. Devil On Your S

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    Do you need 3d? If not the Samsung 6800 is a grand.
     
  3. Jazz Monkey Jr

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    You are best buying something half decent now and upgrading later as the new decent TV's such as Samsung 9000/9500 are expensive and still have issues. The LG OLED on offer at Currys is about the best bet for future proofing but at £2250 for 55" isn't cheap so you're best getting a good standard 4K one for now.
     
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    But he wants it for gaming too - i would love to get the LG OLED but the lag worries me.
     

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