Recommendations for a living room/gaming tv

nufcMarcus1984
177 posts Has Potential To Be Special
Tv in my kids room died today so we are giving them our 48 inch TV from downstairs, I want a nice new one for my front room that will get the most out of my ps4.

Any recommendations ? Bout 500-600 to spend

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  • Pepe Le DiLzZ
    16645 posts World Class
    Tv in my kids room died today so we are giving them our 48 inch TV from downstairs, I want a nice new one for my front room that will get the most out of my ps4.

    Any recommendations ? Bout 500-600 to spend

    Get a gaming monitor, you'll never look back.
  • i2-TempZ-2i
    6500 posts Big Money Move
    edited November 2016
    Tv in my kids room died today so we are giving them our 48 inch TV from downstairs, I want a nice new one for my front room that will get the most out of my ps4.

    Any recommendations ? Bout 500-600 to spend

    Get a gaming monitor, you'll never look back.

    I'm assuming if its for his front room he needs a TV, a gaming monitor isn't going to work unless you only want to play games on it...
  • PhilP
    1992 posts Fans' Favourite
    I would suggest try and get a model that does hdr for future games etc .
  • Florianr104
    4303 posts National Call-Up
    HDR 4K model, don't go curved though (out of budget anyways)
  • JordanLawranc26
    363 posts Sunday League Hero
    HDR 4K model, don't go curved though (out of budget anyways)

    Why would you say don't go with curved? I have a curved TV and love it.
  • JuvePerSempre
    829 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Tv in my kids room died today so we are giving them our 48 inch TV from downstairs, I want a nice new one for my front room that will get the most out of my ps4.

    Any recommendations ? Bout 500-600 to spend

    Can you adopt me ?
  • hayhor1
    15078 posts World Class
    HDR 4K model, don't go curved though (out of budget anyways)

    Why would you say don't go with curved? I have a curved TV and love it.

    Probably cause it's a fad that won't last.
  • dregana08
    4118 posts National Call-Up
    What's the pro to having a gaming monitor?

    I assume they're smaller? Thinking of getting one and moving the PS4 out of the living room so I can have some time away from the kid / wife!
  • Pepe Le DiLzZ
    16645 posts World Class
    dregana08 wrote: »
    What's the pro to having a gaming monitor?

    I assume they're smaller? Thinking of getting one and moving the PS4 out of the living room so I can have some time away from the kid / wife!

    I have a LG smart TV and Asus 24inch gaming monitor, the monitor wins hands down.
  • dregana08
    4118 posts National Call-Up
    dregana08 wrote: »
    What's the pro to having a gaming monitor?

    I assume they're smaller? Thinking of getting one and moving the PS4 out of the living room so I can have some time away from the kid / wife!

    I have a LG smart TV and Asus 24inch gaming monitor, the monitor wins hands down.

    I'm looking into it - I'll make a separate thread so I don't steal OP thread.
  • Florianr104
    4303 posts National Call-Up
    hayhor1 wrote: »
    HDR 4K model, don't go curved though (out of budget anyways)

    Why would you say don't go with curved? I have a curved TV and love it.

    Probably cause it's a fad that won't last.

  • JuliantbX
    2963 posts National Call-Up
    I got samsung's 55 inch 4k 6400 series. It's good, but I've heard that smaller screens are better for fifa.
  • nufcMarcus1984
    177 posts Has Potential To Be Special
    I have a 22 inch gaming pc monitor In my front room allready for my main game play but sometimes I like to switch it up and play on the big screen. Plus if a mate comes round I can woop his ❤️❤️❤️❤️ on big screen
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