How To Pick The Right Gaming TV

How To Pick The Right Gaming TV

How To Pick The Right Gaming TV

Hey guys, I hope you are all well and gearing up for Thanksgiving weekend. I have a lot of family coming this thanksgiving so I thought maybe I should pick up another TV and some other good online at http://www.for-sale.com/ so that nos one if fighting over playing games or watching football. I personally like watching my football games without commercials so I have them all streamed on demand. My father however like to watch football games all weekend long leaving me and my brother to play split-screen halo on the old TV we got for free with a mattress. Not any more, with my used 3D-TV. Why a 3D-TV you ask? For the gaming of course!

Split Screen 3D Gaming

It was discovered a couple years ago that 3D-TVs have a hidden feature for split screen gaming. Instead of you both being forced to share a screen with impossible to see icons and bars that all look the same, you just need two pairs of cheap 3D cinema glasses with the lense swapped so that each pair of glasses has two identical lense. You then enable a feature on your Television set that layers the images on top of each other instead of split screen so that you both can see only your view and on the entire screen. That means no more screen peaking, no more getting confused who is in the lead in Mario Kart. The companies making these Tv’s have embraced the new discovery, and now sell Dual Play Glasses to use with this feature.

 

Split Screen 3D Gaming

Solo Gaming-High End

The absolute best, high end TV you can get for gaming by yourself right now is not a 3DTV, but a new TV from Samsung. The Samsung KS9800 is a curved television possible of achieving brightness never seen before from a TV. Starting at 65 inches, this eye catchingly bright set combines HDR brightness with a level of darkness not often seen in an LCD TV. Featuring Samsung's patented Quantum Dot technology gamers can also enjoy the widest range of colors seen on a TV ever before. There is even a uniquely effective ‘HDR+’ function, which is capable of making older games(and by that I mean 2015 and before that) look just as good as the new ones and from the little I have seen with this thing it works like a charm. Although for $4000 USD this isn’t going to be the first choice for everyone.

 

Samsung KS9800

Solo Gaming- Mid Range

For those not wanting to go into crippling debt from a  television set, I would suggest the LB OLEDB6. This is actually the model I picked up online to put in my living room so that I could bring the 3DTV downstairs. To anyone in the AV scene, you will already recognize the OLED technology as the closest the legendary you can get. That's because unlike LED’s, OLED’s are capable of producing any color completely independent of its neighbor. This obviously is amazing for contrast, as you can have the darkest black pixels sitting next to some very bright whites and there be no impinging on each other. This also helps to bring in those subtle details when crawling through a cave or flying through space and the whole screen is black. The OLEDB6 only suffers from a small amount of input lag, however in HDR mode it can sreep up to above 50ms which is barely playable but still something to take note of. The speakers are also a note of issue, however anyone buying this TV probably has some other speakers.

 

OLEDB6

Solo Gaming-Entry Level

This is the ‘I just moved out and now want to finally game in the living room TV’. Its nothing to be ashamed of, we were all there at one point. And now, you have better choices than ever when it come to being stingy buying a TV. The Samsung J4000 leads the pack in my opinion. Samsung makes a mean TV, we all know this. The J400 is no exception, being the best 32 inch television that they have to offer. Capable of playing games at 60fps, this Tv clock in at under $400 in some markets and car be found for even cheaper online. It also included 3 HDMi ports and a powered up USB 3.0 allowing you to play movies, Tv shows or listen to music or even look at pictures. There is even a built in BLuetooth receiver so you can use your Bluetooth headset with it and not wake anyone up, or simply save some money on a home theatre set up( a bluetooth headset with 7.1 surround is way cheaper than a whole surround sound setup).

 

Well those are the TV’s I would look at getting for as a gamer, and from my personal experience they work great. Hope you guy have a great thanksgiving, see you next week.