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Topic # 175596 5-Jul-2015 17:02
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Hi there,

I'm after a 40' + TV for the spare bedroom that's going to be used exclusively for gaming and perhaps the odd movie. No live TV or Sky.

I'm a bit out of touch with what's good or not but looking to spend around a 1000. The bigger the better off course.

Need at least 2 HDMI inputs and a USB.

Any suggestions on a good deal?

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  Reply # 1337367 5-Jul-2015 17:27
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I have been really happy with my Sony W800B which I bought mid-last year as both a gaming PC (PS4 and PC via HDMI) and a general movie and Netflix telly. Has a couple of Game modes with slightly different picture characteristics for either brighter or more gritty games, response is great and ghosting/shuddering non-existent.

I think it is an EOL model now but this https://shop.jbhifi.co.nz/plasma-lcd-tvs/tvs/sony-kdl43w800c-43-full-hd-3d-smart-led-lcd-tv/90139 seems to be a roughly equivalent successor.






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  Reply # 1337434 5-Jul-2015 19:16
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haven't done any research myself - but this seems cheap ie. 40" 4k $899 incl

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=TVLG40UB800T&name=LG-40UB800T-40-4K-100mHZ-Smart-LED-TV--3840-x-2160

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