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Old 21-02-2019, 08:08 PM   #736
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Hi guys, looking to get a 50-60" 4K TV for DVB-T2 and Netflix.

Any recommendations? Looking for the best bang for buck in the market now. Budget $500-$1000.

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Old 22-02-2019, 12:07 AM   #737
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Hi friends! i can't decide which model to get to upgrade my current plasma.

Philips 55PUT7032/98 - $929
Panasonic TH55FX600S - $1149
Panasonic TH55FX700S - $1345

Went down to see the quality of the tv. FX600S wins 55PUT7032/98 hands down, it looks nice and more smooth.(I'm not sure if it's due to the video files they used). However the sales person introduced me to FX700S, can't really tell the difference in quality between the 2 panasonic models apart from a better processor and having 4 ticks for energy-saving . Is it worth the upgrade for 200$ more?
which model do u guys think is a better purchase?
I got the FX800S. No regrets.

Only it's very heavy.
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Old 24-02-2019, 08:10 PM   #738
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Jz got Philips 55PUT7303/98 from gain city group sales: $1409, with free fixed panel wall bracket. also got free hdmi cable.. not sure the price worth it or not
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Old 25-02-2019, 10:45 AM   #739
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Jz got Philips 55PUT7303/98 from gain city group sales: $1409, with free fixed panel wall bracket. also got free hdmi cable.. not sure the price worth it or not
Have same model but in 65inch.. no regrets here.. but took a while to get the right settings for me.. if you have PS4 set the screen to monitor instead of game... Looks so much better after I did that

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Old 17-03-2019, 06:15 PM   #740
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bought LG 65UK7500PTA at Gain City weekend promotion for $2599 with free delivery and installation of movable wall bracket.

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Old 17-03-2019, 08:41 PM   #741
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Any recommendations for 65 tv below 1.5k? Using to watch movies and Netflix mainly
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Old 19-03-2019, 08:27 PM   #742
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You want to consider this
https://www.gaincity.com/product/624.../lc-60ua6800x/
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Old 20-03-2019, 01:34 PM   #743
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OLED OR LED

Been tasked to find the best TV for new place by parents and need some help

Read through most of the thread and still cant make up my mind on the best possible route for my situation so decided to reach for help

Situation:
Super drawn to OLED because of superior image quality but very cautious regarding burn-in issues with OLED and also price for a 65" one. (Wall to wall living room is 3.9M)

Currently deciding between Panasonic 55" OLED EZ950 or maybe Sony x900F or QLED.

BUDGET : $3000 [Can be adjusted]

QUALITIES: GREAT VIEWING EXPERIENCE/ PICTURE QUALITY IN A LIVING ROOM WITH NO DIRECT SUN
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Been tasked to find the best TV for new place by parents and need some help

Read through most of the thread and still cant make up my mind on the best possible route for my situation so decided to reach for help

Situation:
Super drawn to OLED because of superior image quality but very cautious regarding burn-in issues with OLED and also price for a 65" one. (Wall to wall living room is 3.9M)

Currently deciding between Panasonic 55" OLED EZ950 or maybe Sony x900F or QLED.

BUDGET : $3000 [Can be adjusted]

QUALITIES: GREAT VIEWING EXPERIENCE/ PICTURE QUALITY IN A LIVING ROOM WITH NO DIRECT SUN
65 oled with appropriate viewing distance > 55 oled with appropriate viewing distance > 65 decent tv with appropriate viewing distance > 55 oled with inappropriate distance

with 55 oled u may get an urge to sit closer, but if u do sit closer its worth it.

qled is not oled

recommend panasonic 65 oled.

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Old 20-03-2019, 02:30 PM   #745
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Any recommendations for 65 tv below 1.5k? Using to watch movies and Netflix mainly
xiaomi tv?
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Old 20-03-2019, 02:31 PM   #746
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anyone has review on xiaomi TVs, 50 inch and up? they are 4K HDR with thin bezels.. Cost only $500sgd and above depending on size.
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Old 20-03-2019, 03:12 PM   #747
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65 oled with appropriate viewing distance > 55 oled with appropriate viewing distance > 65 decent tv with appropriate viewing distance > 55 oled with inappropriate distance

with 55 oled u may get an urge to sit closer, but if u do sit closer its worth it.

qled is not oled

recommend panasonic 65 oled.
So if i choose to sit all the way back for OLED(3.5M at least), it wont be as worth it is it?

Btw i have a few questions namely being:
- OLED burn in with normal Singapore shows.(parents like to watch channel 8 and channel U)
- Anyone know the rough salesman price for both a 65" panasonic OLED and 65" sony x900F?
- Blooming for x900F is only an issue in dark room environments right
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anyone has review on xiaomi TVs, 50 inch and up? they are 4K HDR with thin bezels.. Cost only $500sgd and above depending on size.
iirc they cant use netflix hd as they are chinese roms.

its best to buy export set locally in shops where they help u install google services if you intend to use smart features.

otherwise its cheapest to export it urself from china.
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Old 20-03-2019, 03:21 PM   #749
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So if i choose to sit all the way back for OLED(3.5M at least), it wont be as worth it is it?

Btw i have a few questions namely being:
- OLED burn in with normal Singapore shows.(parents like to watch channel 8 and channel U)
- Anyone know the rough salesman price for both a 65" panasonic OLED and 65" sony x900F?
- Blooming for x900F is only an issue in dark room environments right
there is a higher chance for OLED burn in if there's static images. Eg: channel 8 logo at top right corner.

But i personally never experience OLED burn in before.

Audiohouse is normally the cheapest i can find for local sets. Its free to become their member.

Not sure about blooming issue but it sounds like IPS glare screen or VA screen dimming feature. If so, yes they are more apparent in dark environments.

Edit: Chances are with 55inch at 3.5m, you will naturally move closer to around 2.1m sitting on the floor, watching in a show that you're interested in.

If you are okay with that, then it's worth it.

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Old 20-03-2019, 03:37 PM   #750
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...Situation:
Super drawn to OLED because of superior image quality but very cautious regarding burn-in issues with OLED and also price for a 65" one. (Wall to wall living room is 3.9M)

Currently deciding between Panasonic 55" OLED EZ950 or maybe Sony x900F or QLED.

BUDGET : $3000 [Can be adjusted]...
既然係老人家用,就唔駛買規格上幾勁嘅電視俾佢地啦。就算你買架400出嘅49寸TCL電視俾老人家用,佢地都會覺得滿足嘅!
除非。。。你仲係同佢地住埋一齊,買貴買勁一齊用,一部分安慰自己,一部分與長輩分享。。。大家必撐!

如果屋企長輩一日開機時間唔連續超過4個鐘,OLED燒屏現象就有得減低。
但係老人家嘛。。。你去上班,老人家就開始追重播嘅台劇,直到下晝1點過後再睇本地製作。。。直到你放工番嚟。。。就超過4個鐘啦。

喺影像處理上,唯一可以同新力x9000f一較上下嘅LED電視,就祗有松下65FX800。因爲無安卓操作系統,價錢就一定比新力平D。考慮下!
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