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grumpyGamer

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Hello fellow people.
I am looking to buy a new tv and i need some help.
First of all i dont watch Tv, i only do gaming and youtube, but i do want a 75 inch tv, no smaller.

So here it is, i play on the ps4 pro and i want a tv for ps5 thats afordablle, i dont care for many features and stuff like that.

It needs to be 75 inch.
To have hdr 10+
And a panel 10 bit, ar at least 8+frc.

The cheapest tv i saw was hisense b7510 for the price of 1100 here in europe.
Does someone know it? Can someone educate me ? Is it good? Is hisense good? No previous experience with them.
Thanks to all :)
 
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What's your budget

Or whats absolute most you're willing to spend

I've played around with a lot of the best "mid-range" gaming TVs of the last couple years, I can offer a couple suggestions based on what your price range is
 
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THE:MILKMAN

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Hello fellow people.
I am looking to buy a new tv and i need some help.
First of all i dont watch Tv, i only do gaming and youtube, but i do want a 75 inch tv, no smaller.

So here it is, i play on the ps4 pro and i want a tv for ps5 thats afordablle, i dont care for many features and stuff like that.

It needs to be 75 inch.
To have hdr 10+
And a panel 10 bit, ar at least 8+frc.

The cheapest tv i saw was hisense b7510 for the price of 1100 here in europe.
Does someone know it? Can someone educate me ? Is it good? Is hisense good? No previous experience with them.
Thanks to all :)
Seems like that is the only option that ticks all boxes (but it is HDR 10 not '+') and it seems to have decent reviews for a budget super large screen.

I myself don't like the massive screens so went with the 55" Panasonic GZ950 OLED that effectively set me back £1200. Well worth it though.
 
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Dark Star

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Yeah my family loves this TV. It's expensive, but a very good investment. We keep it in the living room of the house, over the fireplace, and watch a lot of 4K movies. Great for gaming as well. RDR2 looks fantastic on this TV. The colors are great, the application interface is smooth, the speakers are loud and clear, the remote is great, too.
 
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I've had the 55" version for more than year already. What this TV accomplishes for its price range is astonishing to say the least.

Obviously it doesn't have the widest viewing angles, but you're gonna run into that problem with anything that isn't an OLED anyways.
 
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X900e 65' I have and is fucking amazing. F has to be better.
I have that tv. Avoid.

An update fucked up the ARC so sound doesn't really work. I had to get an optical cable. Google the x900 systems update from a year or so ago.

I don't know if the F series has the same issue.

If you can get the audio working right, the TV is good though.

I have a few dead black pixels already. Not a distraction as it's near the side so I don't care. I;m under the 5 year Costco warranty, so I'm going to wait another year or two and get Costco to fix any issues together.

My only tip is get it at Costco. You get two years warranty. And for an extra $100 an additional 3 years. Also, any repairs are done by a repair guy who does delivery. I had an old TV fixed under Costco warranty. They came, picked it up. Fixed it in a week and brought it back. Zero hassle.

If you are planning on getting a next gen console soon, skip this TV anyway. It is not HDMI 2.1 compliant, which is that VRR thing.

Look for a TV that is 2.1
 
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I have that tv. Avoid.

An update fucked up the ARC so sound doesn't really work. I had to get an optical cable. Google the x900 systems update from a year or so ago.

I don't know if the F series has the same issue.

If you can get the audio working right, the TV is good though.

I have a few dead black pixels already. Not a distraction as it's near the side so I don't care. I;m under the 5 year Costco warranty, so I'm going to wait another year or two and get Costco to fix any issues together.

My only tip is get it at Costco. You get two years warranty. And for an extra $100 an additional 3 years. Also, any repairs are done by a repair guy who does delivery. I had an old TV fixed under Costco warranty. They came, picked it up. Fixed it in a week and brought it back. Zero hassle.

If you are planning on getting a next gen console soon, skip this TV anyway. It is not HDMI 2.1 compliant, which is that VRR thing.

Look for a TV that is 2.1
I use optical on my Sonos playbase. No issues. Never updated the tv ever tho, lol.
 

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Mate, by any chance are you grumpy gamer on Xbox and recently changed your tag?!

As for TV’s I don’t know if a 75” is ideal for games or if any of them actually has a low input lag

I have Sony X930E 4K HDR and I know Sony is expensive where you at but this is an older model so check it out