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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 225464 20-Nov-2017 14:11
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Hi everyone,

I’m looking at buy a 55” 4K Veon TV as well as a Playstion 4 Pro as an early Xmas present to myself.

I’ve owned a smaller Veon TV about a year ago and I recall there being a little bit of input lag when playing on my PS4.

Does anyone own a 4K Veon TV and game with it? What are your experiences with it and would you recommend the TV?

Thanks in advance,

James

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1905412 21-Nov-2017 18:37
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I am also interested in this topic,

 

I just purchased a Veon 43in 4k TV (model SRO434K2016) and I'm hesitant to buy an Xbox1 X or PS4 Pro as I'm not sure what to expect in terms of input lag or refresh rate.

Is anyone using one of these Veon 4K TV's with a gaming console? I'd be interested to know the performance in both 1080p gaming and 4k.

FYI - I purchased mine about 5 days ago for $499 from the warehouse. Figured it would make a decent TV for the bedroom. So far i'm pretty happy with the picture quality, sound quality is crap but i figure a decent sound bar etc will sort that out. The TV has both component and optical audio out.


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  Reply # 1905424 21-Nov-2017 19:01
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platypusattack:

 

I am also interested in this topic,

 

I just purchased a Veon 43in 4k TV (model SRO434K2016) and I'm hesitant to buy an Xbox1 X or PS4 Pro as I'm not sure what to expect in terms of input lag or refresh rate.

Is anyone using one of these Veon 4K TV's with a gaming console? I'd be interested to know the performance in both 1080p gaming and 4k.

FYI - I purchased mine about 5 days ago for $499 from the warehouse. Figured it would make a decent TV for the bedroom. So far i'm pretty happy with the picture quality, sound quality is crap but i figure a decent sound bar etc will sort that out. The TV has both component and optical audio out.

 

 

 

 

Well it does state that it is compatible with the PS4 Pro and the Xbox 1 S, so probably the X as well. Probably best to just ask them.


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