Curve tv vs a straight tv

Arron xox
3602 posts National Call-Up
1st of sorry if this is not allowed. Is there much difference from a curve tv to a straight one apart from the shape

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  • Scutch
    15346 posts World Class
    I've got a 4k Samsung curved TV and it's absolutely fine. I sit centrally anyway but can understand the issue with viewing angles if you watch from an odd position. It's supposed to be more immersive with a curved screen, but in all honesty I got it because of the reviews and because it was something a bit different.

    This is the one I have, but it's a few years old now.

    https://www.richersounds.com/sams-ue55js9000.html
  • Arron xox
    3602 posts National Call-Up
    Scutch wrote: »
    I've got a 4k Samsung curved TV and it's absolutely fine. I sit centrally anyway but can understand the issue with viewing angles if you watch from an odd position. It's supposed to be more immersive with a curved screen, but in all honesty I got it because of the reviews and because it was something a bit different.

    This is the one I have, but it's a few years old now.

    https://www.richersounds.com/sams-ue55js9000.html

    Cheers @Scutch I dont see centrally to my screen at times. Is there any particular brand to go for aswel as Sony and samsung
  • Scutch
    15346 posts World Class
    Arron xox wrote: »
    Scutch wrote: »
    I've got a 4k Samsung curved TV and it's absolutely fine. I sit centrally anyway but can understand the issue with viewing angles if you watch from an odd position. It's supposed to be more immersive with a curved screen, but in all honesty I got it because of the reviews and because it was something a bit different.

    This is the one I have, but it's a few years old now.

    https://www.richersounds.com/sams-ue55js9000.html

    Cheers @Scutch I dont see centrally to my screen at times. Is there any particular brand to go for aswel as Sony and samsung

    I would have a look through this mate: https://www.ideahacks.com/best-curved-tvs/

    Will give you a good idea of what to go for. Remember if you're using the TV for Fifa/gaming, make sure you get one with low input lag for gaming. The one I've got is very low, but I know some bigger TV's struggle with input lag.
  • Arron xox
    3602 posts National Call-Up
    Scutch wrote: »
    Arron xox wrote: »
    Scutch wrote: »
    I've got a 4k Samsung curved TV and it's absolutely fine. I sit centrally anyway but can understand the issue with viewing angles if you watch from an odd position. It's supposed to be more immersive with a curved screen, but in all honesty I got it because of the reviews and because it was something a bit different.

    This is the one I have, but it's a few years old now.

    https://www.richersounds.com/sams-ue55js9000.html

    Cheers @Scutch I dont see centrally to my screen at times. Is there any particular brand to go for aswel as Sony and samsung

    I would have a look through this mate: https://www.ideahacks.com/best-curved-tvs/

    Will give you a good idea of what to go for. Remember if you're using the TV for Fifa/gaming, make sure you get one with low input lag for gaming. The one I've got is very low, but I know some bigger TV's struggle with input lag.

    I've just searched for tvs good for gaming. If it comes up with 4k streaming will that be good
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