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    Sony 37" LCD in the living room, but I'm thinking about moving the PS3 from there to my bedroom which has a 32" Samsung LCD. Can't wait to get a PS4 and a 50" LED!

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    We just got a 47 inch Vizio LED during Black Friday for $380. So far I'm loving it. I've watched a few blu rays on the Playstation and it looks absolutely fantastic. Perfect fit for my room and it was a steal of a price. We had to get a new hdmi cable though.
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    Got a Bravia 46HX800 from sony. Active 3d enabled

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    13" B/W We may go color soon :P

    Actually we got a 55" Sony XBR. It's an ULTRA HD 3D TV lol -or so they claim

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    46" LED LG bought it in the January sales before that I had a 32" Sony Bravia

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    55" Samsung Plasma. 600Hz

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    55" Panasonic LED 3D tv tcl55et60. Not a 3D fan, but it would be nice if the tv could do dual play. I get it up for a brief moment, but then it reverts back to split screen in black ops 2.

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    I think ours is a 46" Samsing LED.We have a 50" Toshiba LED in the man cave. Who's getting the crappy end of the deal here?!

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    I actually don't play in a TV set. I use my monitor instead. It is a Dell UltraSharp U2713HM and I love it!

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    I've got a 42" Samsung. It's not too fancy, but the display is great and I haven't had any problems with it for the 2+ years that I've had it. Someday I'd like to "level up" to an even bigger tv, but a 42" television in my tiny bedroom is plenty big enough for me!

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    42" in a bedroom yeah.Would look big.
    For a lounge room I would say to anyone at the very least 37" is OK.I wouldnt wanna go smaller,not in an average size lounge room anyway.
    I had a 42" LCD for a few years before getting a 55" LED LCD 3D a little while back. Movies and gaming are pretty good on that.
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    What kind of TV do you use the PS4 on?

    I use it on a Hitachi 1080 p TV with a 61 cm diagonal. I don't think something better, since my room is quite small and I also don't need a higher resolution, since the PS4 only supports Full HD.

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    27 inch monitor. I want second to none input lag, so no TV for me. The lowest tv I've seen has 14-16 ms. lag, my monitor has 1.

    And since I could'nt find a bigger monitor, I went with a 27 inch.

    I don't want smart tv. I just have apple TV and PS4 connected with a HDMI switch

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    I use a 55" Panasonic LED tv. Picture looks fantastic on it for both games and movies. Second Son really shines on that screen, amazing details and quality.

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    LG 47" LM 7600. awesome TV.

    I also have a samsung 24" LED Monitor with 2ms response time as back up.

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    Bush 32" led HDTV ideal for me Gaming!

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    I have a 39" insignia 120hz 1080p LED TV
    Got it used for a bargain, normally I wouldn't buy a used TV it was only a couple months old and the guy who had it was moving out of country, Worked well for me.
    Previous to that I gamed on a 27" dynex for 6+ years.
    Last edited by f_dog80; August 23rd, 2014 at 01:43 AM.

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    Well I bit the bullet, futureshop had insignia 48" 1080p 60hz tv on sale. I went ahead and grabbed one.
    It's incredible how much bigger it actually is. I can't wait to start gamin on it.

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    Everytime you get a bigger TV,you wont wanna go smaller.
    I was gaming on a 42" LCD for a long time,but when I switched to a 55" LED LCD,man I thought how could I have gamed on smaller TV before.
    Not to mention watching blu ray movies. (with a surround sound set up) Just awesome.

    Ofcourse going to big like 70 or 80" plus may not be as good,only reason is the bigger it is,the less clear and sharp it will look.
    Not until we can get 4K res out of consoles so I think even 1080P on a super large TV like say 70" and up wont be quite as good.

    Anyone that does actually play on a 70" plus TV please reply here and let me know what you think.
    Am I wrong?

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    Honestly though,I think 37" would be the absolute smallest to start on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    Everytime you get a bigger TV,you wont wanna go smaller.
    I was gaming on a 42" LCD for a long time,but when I switched to a 55" LED LCD,man I thought how could I have gamed on smaller TV before.
    Not to mention watching blu ray movies. (with a surround sound set up) Just awesome.

    Ofcourse going to big like 70 or 80" plus may not be as good,only reason is the bigger it is,the less clear and sharp it will look.
    Not until we can get 4K res out of consoles so I think even 1080P on a super large TV like say 70" and up wont be quite as good.

    Anyone that does actually play on a 70" plus TV please reply here and let me know what you think.
    Am I wrong?

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    Honestly though,I think 37" would be the absolute smallest to start on.
    I have tried on an 84" 4K TV (ofcourse the output was only 1080P) It looked quite decent from far distance. but if you go close you can see pixles blurred.

    Personally I like the idea that the screen should cover 80% of your viewing field. For 1080p, 60" is biggest it can get before it loses quality.

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    I just play on an old Compaq 7550 PC monitor. The monitor is the only thing i haven't upgraded my PC with, everything else is modern. I don't now why. I just never found a good reason for getting a new one.

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    I've got a Samsung 40" LED TV. 1080p 60Hz. It looks great, but I kinda want to go larger.

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    32 inch LCD TV

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    60in LG Plasma.

    Go big or go home.

 

 
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