Sorry dudeHow you finding it? Looking at the 49" version in Currys as we on a budget now.
Coming from a 6 year old 40" it's going to be a big change!
Think I read only 1 HDMI is UHD? Might have seen that wrong!!
Opinions would be great from am owner!
Same old story with LG/Samsung with the speakers then, nothing new there. I have a 5.1 system so would just use that for movies etc anyway.The Sony one looks to be a good choice. Looks like last years sorta flagship model (I find this method of buying to be best bang for buck) so will be an excellent choice for the X.
We have the Samsung UE55KS8000 and really do rate it (though speakers aint the best).
Yup. Same when I bought my LG years ago. The profile of them doesn't allow for good enough speaking. You have to sound bar everything.I have a sony bravia now just not 4k and its 3 years old but the speakers were crap so did have to get a sound bar. I think its the norm with most these slim tv's now tbh.
SnapIm thinking of a sony for around £800-1k. My 8yr old LG has started switching itself on and off randomly.
Any decent 4K Ultra HD deals around, ive not had to look for a tv for years.
I went into richer soups and they recommended this
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Just look for something that is 400x400 VESA certified and pick one that suits your budget and aesthetic preference.I'll ask in here.
Wall mounts, are there any better than others, doesn't need to be particularly adjustable and to hold a 49" tv.
What brands are the go to, never put a tv on the wall before so I'm not clued up.
Its a 2 year old LG so guessing that'll be 400x400?Just look for something that is 400x400 VESA certified and pick one that suits your budget and aesthetic preference.
EDIT: Assuming your tv is a fairly modern set with VESA mounting points!
It'll have motion smoothing turned on, so turn that off in the settings. After a quick google apparently it's called ClearFrame or ClearScan on Toshiba TV's..Any of you guys have experience with the soap opera effect on tvs? My dads bought a Toshiba 55U6663 and after a lot of googling I can’t seem to find a way to turn this off or reduce it. My dad doesn’t notice but my mum does with the soaps and the like.
Thanks Jonny. I can't find anything in the settings relating to ClearFrame or ClearScan. Noise Reduction was there though and I did amend this but seen no difference.It'll have motion smoothing turned on, so turn that off in the settings. After a quick google apparently it's called ClearFrame or ClearScan on Toshiba TV's..
Soap opera effect is because everything looks like a soap opera and too "real", shouldn't be less of an issue on an actual soap as they are recorded at higher frame rates than movies and other tv shows. So you may or may not be experiencing soap opera effect, however give the above a try.
Is that straight out the box?Thread resurrection!
Interested to know who on here is serious about their home cinema, or at least knows the different between OLED and CRT...
What kind of setups are people running?
TV, receiver, surround sound, set-top box?
and a picture!
Logitech z906 5.1 surround sound
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Just mess with all the settings - our LG 55 inch in our lounge does it,im not sure why - but i havnt changed any settings. I have an older 2014 LG and it doesnt do it, which is odd - im looking at a new TV atm and im also wary about this ghosting issue.
Im looking at one of them for my next TV,with the PS5 coming next year - they look ok yeah? Im just wary about this ghosting issue you get with fast moving objects in games. Would rather keep it LG as i have the soundbar and limit is 49 inch.Different bezel and stand by the looks of things. The actual tech seems identical.