best tv for bright living room?

iamneverenough

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currently in a dilemma whether to get a LG OLED or the Samsung QLED for my living. My living faces NORTH and in the noon it can get a pretty good amount of sunlight.

Concern is the reflection on the tv screen itself during the day. Any suggestions?

Daily usage of netflix, and also playing of ps5.
 

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currently in a dilemma whether to get a LG OLED or the Samsung QLED for my living. My living faces NORTH and in the noon it can get a pretty good amount of sunlight.

Concern is the reflection on the tv screen itself during the day. Any suggestions?

Daily usage of netflix, and also playing of ps5.
Sony.
Get 3M sunscreen for ur window.
 

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currently in a dilemma whether to get a LG OLED or the Samsung QLED for my living. My living faces NORTH and in the noon it can get a pretty good amount of sunlight.

Concern is the reflection on the tv screen itself during the day. Any suggestions?

Daily usage of netflix, and also playing of ps5.
I think it's a better idea to pull the curtains, and reduce the glare than to get a TV to overpower the glare.
No TV can eliminate all the reflections / glare.. even the Sony Z9D with 1600 nits cannot do that.
So don't choose a set merely on reflection performance.
 

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currently in a dilemma whether to get a LG OLED or the Samsung QLED for my living. My living faces NORTH and in the noon it can get a pretty good amount of sunlight.

Concern is the reflection on the tv screen itself during the day. Any suggestions?

Daily usage of netflix, and also playing of ps5.

Like Pete mentioned above, reflections can't be avoided.

But if your concern is the general bright room conditions, then yes, the higher-tier Samsung QLED TVs would deliver better than most other TVs trying to work against a brightly lit environment.

And this is considering if you are trying not to use options like curtains/blinds/etc. to reduce the brightness of the viewing area.
 
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I am considering getting the Samsung frame 2022 due to its anti glare matte screen
 
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