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Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam trinitron and thought i would never need anything bigger. Now after several lcd panels im looking to replace my 50" lcd with a 65" as its starting to look a little small
aibon06/12/2019 19:30

About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector …About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector but been put off by bulb life and using it with ambient light, with large TVs so cheap now , projectors are getting less and less appealing



12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your at the back of the room the TV will look like 480p even if its 4k
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Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam trinitron and thought i would never need anything bigger. Now after several lcd panels im looking to replace my 50" lcd with a 65" as its starting to look a little small
aibon06/12/2019 17:35

Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam …Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam trinitron and thought i would never need anything bigger. Now after several lcd panels im looking to replace my 50" lcd with a 65" as its starting to look a little small


Out of interest,what size room would you be putting a 65" in?
I would say a 65'' on this spec of tv is a bit much. Id say 55 at the most
stamfordblue06/12/2019 18:19

Out of interest,what size room would you be putting a 65" in?


About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector but been put off by bulb life and using it with ambient light, with large TVs so cheap now , projectors are getting less and less appealing
aibon06/12/2019 19:30

About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector …About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector but been put off by bulb life and using it with ambient light, with large TVs so cheap now , projectors are getting less and less appealing



12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your at the back of the room the TV will look like 480p even if its 4k
aibon06/12/2019 19:30

About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector …About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector but been put off by bulb life and using it with ambient light, with large TVs so cheap now , projectors are getting less and less appealing


Certainly is a very big room.
xanoas06/12/2019 23:01

This or …This or https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ru7400-50-dynamic-crystal-colour-hdr-smart-4k-tv-for-374-delivered-at-crampton-moore-ebay-3355464


TV spec wise no idea, but the one at cranpton and Moore would have to be vastly superior to make it worth it , over the Richer Sounds Warranty
xanoas06/12/2019 23:01

This or …This or https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue50ru7400-50-dynamic-crystal-colour-hdr-smart-4k-tv-for-374-delivered-at-crampton-moore-ebay-3355464


Definitely 7400 from Crampton
This is edge lit LED screen which is not great for day time watching and gaming..
Instore only
taff_507/12/2019 09:19

Instore only


Apologies, I will update the information.
Looks like budget big screen TV's are really coming down in price now which is good to see.

What feels like not such a long a time ago I remember selling a 42" Pioneer plasma for around 8 grand, even a rep from Pioneer came with it to hand it over with free Pioneer branded pens lol
Edited by: "lowrider007" 7th Dec 2019
aibon06/12/2019 17:35

Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam …Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam trinitron and thought i would never need anything bigger. Now after several lcd panels im looking to replace my 50" lcd with a 65" as its starting to look a little small


Yeah a 32" CRT seemed plently big enough at the time. Problem is that now with 1080p and 4k, the text will appear unreadably small from many consoles, streaming devices if you have a high res but only say 32" LCD screen so you gotta sit stupidly close to it.

The lack of text scaling features is a big reason why people need a minimum 40"+ set if they do anything other than watch broadcast TV :/
aibon06/12/2019 17:35

Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam …Its amazing how tv sizes are growing, remeber getting a 32" nicam trinitron and thought i would never need anything bigger. Now after several lcd panels im looking to replace my 50" lcd with a 65" as its starting to look a little small


Got to remember with the bezels getting smaller whilst the screen size increases quite a lot the actual size of the whole unit isn't growing, which makes the transition to larger sizes easier.

That and the prices being lower
danflorin307/12/2019 07:30

Definitely 7400 from Crampton


Crampton has 12 months warranty
Craigslist_isBetter07/12/2019 14:23

Crampton has 12 months warranty


I know...it depends if you can ditch the 5 years warranty for 1 but for a better TV ...
Rathaniel06/12/2019 20:39

12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your …12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your at the back of the room the TV will look like 480p even if its 4k


..you need to go to an opticians if that happens tbh
Rathaniel06/12/2019 20:39

12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your …12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your at the back of the room the TV will look like 480p even if its 4k


What if you are at the front of the room!


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My parents have one of these. The TV is good, and well worth the money for the features. Having Netflix, Amazon video, and even Apple TV+ baked in is a massive bonus.

Pros:
Great price
Thin bezels
Lovely HD and UHD picture (when viewed straight on)
Settings out of the box aren't too bad
Sound is pretty good
Tons of online programming and apps

Cons:
Poor viewing angles, as soon as you get more than about 30 degrees either side the contrast drops off massively .
Refresh rate is maxed at 30/60fps and the motion can be a but juddery when you turn off the samsung processing that gives the 'soap opera' motion effect.

Overall very much worth the money but as long as you keep in mind its cost if you experience any of the above cons.
aibon06/12/2019 19:30

About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector …About 40ft by 30ft. I'm sure 55" is ample but been considering a projector but been put off by bulb life and using it with ambient light, with large TVs so cheap now , projectors are getting less and less appealing


Get a 75, Rooms too big for a 65 even tbh
Davejay8107/12/2019 18:05

..you need to go to an opticians if that happens tbh


He's not wrong, no benefit of 4K even with 20/20 vision. 4K isn't even useful until at least 65 inch's at average 2M viewing distance.
My advice? Go to a telly store and stand the same distance away from an HD then a 4K.

If like myself you can clearly tell the difference when you have your glasses on or indeed off.. my living room is 6.6x6.6m and from the general 3m away it still looked like I was watching 3D without the glasses.

If you're buying a TV that hasn't got a great field of depth and at least 100hz refresh rate.. I'd personally wait until you had more cash and just enjoy what you have.

4k on a budget is pretty bland in comparison.. and indeed by all means buy a 75" in case like a minority you can't see the detail in a picture without being sat two foot away from it
Rathaniel06/12/2019 20:39

12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your …12.192 metre by 9.144 metre is insane size room, 55" will be tiny. If your at the back of the room the TV will look like 480p even if its 4k


That's not room but warehouse! LOL
Davejay8108/12/2019 07:14

My advice? Go to a telly store and stand the same distance away from an HD …My advice? Go to a telly store and stand the same distance away from an HD then a 4K.If like myself you can clearly tell the difference when you have your glasses on or indeed off.. my living room is 6.6x6.6m and from the general 3m away it still looked like I was watching 3D without the glasses.If you're buying a TV that hasn't got a great field of depth and at least 100hz refresh rate.. I'd personally wait until you had more cash and just enjoy what you have.4k on a budget is pretty bland in comparison.. and indeed by all means buy a 75" in case like a minority you can't see the detail in a picture without being sat two foot away from it


This isn't something I've made up, its scientifically proven stuff, based on a 20/20 person. I'll explain
Depends on the distance and the differences in panels picture quality and in no mean represents difference in 4K and HD. The top players don't produce HD panels anymore so comparing worser brands to higher ones. Comparing Older model HD TV and newer 4K panels won't help as even the picture of TVs has improved over the last few years.

Basically only way for this comparison is get two of the same model, same video, one to 4K and one to HD to see the difference. None of which is required because we know the limits of the human eye
RealTalkDealz08/12/2019 14:54

This isn't something I've made up, its scientifically proven stuff, based …This isn't something I've made up, its scientifically proven stuff, based on a 20/20 person. I'll explain Depends on the distance and the differences in panels picture quality and in no mean represents difference in 4K and HD. The top players don't produce HD panels anymore so comparing worser brands to higher ones. Comparing Older model HD TV and newer 4K panels won't help as even the picture of TVs has improved over the last few years.Basically only way for this comparison is get two of the same model, same video, one to 4K and one to HD to see the difference. None of which is required because we know the limits of the human eye


Major exaggeration with the size of TV needed. Trust me. 55" is generally plentiful for the largest of rooms unless you're in a sports bar or you happen to be the Queen of Sheba. Of course trying to upsell the larger screens isn't uncommon :/ 👌 seen it plenty of times.. generally if you're going to be sat more than four metres away from the screen then a 65" would perhaps be more beneficial as the difference between HD and 4K becomes a lot clearer in DETAIL, yes.. but if you're buying a proper decent 4K telly then the field of depth is pretty damn astonishing from as far as 20 metres.. assuming you have 20/20 with or without the glasses on 😁
Davejay8108/12/2019 15:17

Major exaggeration with the size of TV needed. Trust me. 55" is generally …Major exaggeration with the size of TV needed. Trust me. 55" is generally plentiful for the largest of rooms unless you're in a sports bar or you happen to be the Queen of Sheba. Of course trying to upsell the larger screens isn't uncommon :/ 👌 seen it plenty of times.. generally if you're going to be sat more than four metres away from the screen then a 65" would perhaps be more beneficial as the difference between HD and 4K becomes a lot clearer in DETAIL, yes.. but if you're buying a proper decent 4K telly then the field of depth is pretty damn astonishing from as far as 20 metres.. assuming you have 20/20 with or without the glasses on 😁



Davejay8108/12/2019 15:17

Major exaggeration with the size of TV needed. Trust me. 55" is generally …Major exaggeration with the size of TV needed. Trust me. 55" is generally plentiful for the largest of rooms unless you're in a sports bar or you happen to be the Queen of Sheba. Of course trying to upsell the larger screens isn't uncommon :/ 👌 seen it plenty of times.. generally if you're going to be sat more than four metres away from the screen then a 65" would perhaps be more beneficial as the difference between HD and 4K becomes a lot clearer in DETAIL, yes.. but if you're buying a proper decent 4K telly then the field of depth is pretty damn astonishing from as far as 20 metres.. assuming you have 20/20 with or without the glasses on 😁


Nah bigger is better
My telly is 103 inch and only 1080p and whilst 4k is delishly vibrant in colour playing WOT or SWBFII or watching the footie on a big telly is just a better home cinema experience - 55 inch and under is strictly for the kids bedrooms or the toilet!
omendata08/12/2019 15:39

Nah bigger is better My telly is 103 inch and only 1080p and whilst 4k is …Nah bigger is better My telly is 103 inch and only 1080p and whilst 4k is delishly vibrant in colour playing WOT or SWBFII or watching the footie on a big telly is just a better home cinema experience - 55 inch and under is strictly for the kids bedrooms or the toilet!


Haha I don't deny a big telly is awesome.. but a previous post I tried to point out a 65" Logic is certainly bettered by a 55" ULED 100hz with a 10bit screen - the depth makes it appear 3D without the specs on.. however I'm cool with my 48" 100hz Samsung right now since I sit about 6ft away at most 😁👌
Davejay8108/12/2019 15:44

Haha I don't deny a big telly is awesome.. but a previous post I tried to …Haha I don't deny a big telly is awesome.. but a previous post I tried to point out a 65" Logic is certainly bettered by a 55" ULED 100hz with a 10bit screen - the depth makes it appear 3D without the specs on.. however I'm cool with my 48" 100hz Samsung right now since I sit about 6ft away at most 😁👌


100hz doesn't make any difference unless you're PC gaming, even then due to input lag being significantly worse on TVs, its useless. I'd say the 65 would better the 55, if the 65 was at least a somewhat decent brand.
Davejay8108/12/2019 15:44

Haha I don't deny a big telly is awesome.. but a previous post I tried to …Haha I don't deny a big telly is awesome.. but a previous post I tried to point out a 65" Logic is certainly bettered by a 55" ULED 100hz with a 10bit screen - the depth makes it appear 3D without the specs on.. however I'm cool with my 48" 100hz Samsung right now since I sit about 6ft away at most 😁👌


Wow how polite and agreeable I wish there were more intelligent and reasoned peeps like you on here.
Haha we shall agree to disagree or just diagree and have a laugh its just that most folks just want to shove their preferences down yer throat but as @rev6 says its all subjective and the thing is most peeps on here wouldnt know 1080p from 4k and all they want is the CHEAPEST!

And the prolblem is that all the good old listening and viewing rooms they use to have in hifi shops and comet etc etc are all gone now so you cant go anywhere to compare these things except maybe currys nd even then its just on display with no room to sit or sit 6 foot back because the laptops are sitting behind you on the shelves lol

Currys should get heir act togehter and bring back a play room where you can have a play about with the xbox ps4 and test the various tellies if they dont want to join comet and end up going under!
Edited by: "omendata" 8th Dec 2019
RealTalkDealz08/12/2019 16:20

100hz doesn't make any difference unless you're PC gaming, even then due …100hz doesn't make any difference unless you're PC gaming, even then due to input lag being significantly worse on TVs, its useless. I'd say the 65 would better the 55, if the 65 was at least a somewhat decent brand.


Most new tellies have a gaming mode anyway which mitigates the lag by swapping the processor and sync mode chips into boost mode at the expense of other features!

I repair tellies and to be honest there isnt much between the low end and mid range these days in terms of quality components and screens and they all last the same tme 4-5 years before an led goes pop and the screen goes black.
omendata08/12/2019 16:32

Most new tellies have a gaming mode anyway which mitigates the lag by …Most new tellies have a gaming mode anyway which mitigates the lag by swapping the processor and sync mode chips into boost mode at the expense of other features!I repair tellies and to be honest there isnt much between the low end and mid range these days in terms of quality components and screens and they all last the same tme 4-5 years before an led goes pop and the screen goes black.


Gaming mode improves the lag, but it still doesn't compare to a gaming monitor where lag is several times lower than even gaming mode. Normal game consoles don't pass 60 fps and neither does TV content, so 100hz is pretty much useless in TVs.

I'm surprised its only 4-5 years, I got an LG I bought in 2008 and its still going strong
Dispute me if you all wish then 100hz makes a major difference to 50hz unless you're one of the lucky ones that doesn't notice motion blur at all. My old Toshiba was suffice to that 😁
RealTalkDealz08/12/2019 16:44

Gaming mode improves the lag, but it still doesn't compare to a gaming …Gaming mode improves the lag, but it still doesn't compare to a gaming monitor where lag is several times lower than even gaming mode. Normal game consoles don't pass 60 fps and neither does TV content, so 100hz is pretty much useless in TVs. I'm surprised its only 4-5 years, I got an LG I bought in 2008 and its still going strong


Depends how you use it most folks leave the backlight on 100% 8hrs+ a day sure to blow a 25p led and take the telly out!
I would say 70% of tellies i see have that fault and all for a single 25p led and poor original design of backlight strips by putting them in series instead of parallel just to save on voltage regulator chips - built in obsolescnce its true it has always existed since the 80's!

Good going 2008 thats pretty impressive you must look after yer gear but most folks arent like us they use abuse then junk after 4 years for the latest 3d holographic cube storage virtual reality telly lol

Yeah dont disagree with that at all a gaming monitor trumps a tv everyday but they are both designed for different uses but as i said most folks wouldnt notice the difference and just want the cheapest telly!

Cannot really comment much on gaming consoles as i just got my frst x box one s and have never repaired one so i really only comment on thngs i know about! 60fps really? interesting!
Edited by: "omendata" 8th Dec 2019
Davejay8108/12/2019 17:01

Dispute me if you all wish then 100hz makes a major difference to …Dispute me if you all wish then 100hz makes a major difference to 50hz unless you're one of the lucky ones that doesn't notice motion blur at all. My old Toshiba was suffice to that 😁


Not disputing, you all make good points and everyone has their own perception not everybodys eyes are the same!
Chill baby chill!
Keep the heid!
Edited by: "omendata" 8th Dec 2019
voted cold cos it's got a top corner missing on the left hand side screen. expected more for this price.
rkshotbuy07/12/2019 08:08

This is edge lit LED screen which is not great for day time watching and …This is edge lit LED screen which is not great for day time watching and gaming..


What would you recommend instead?
MonkeyG0D11/12/2019 14:02

What would you recommend instead?


Direct Lit LEDs are better, go for LG 49” for similar price or a Sony if you are willing to spend more quids.. LG’s WebOS is really good if you are looking for good user experience..
rkshotbuy11/12/2019 23:14

Direct Lit LEDs are better, go for LG 49” for similar price or a Sony if y …Direct Lit LEDs are better, go for LG 49” for similar price or a Sony if you are willing to spend more quids.. LG’s WebOS is really good if you are looking for good user experience..


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