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$700 Budget TV for Movies and shows

I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions for a TV that's 4k with good features. My family bought a TV a year or so ago and I cant watch with the screen tearing but it was relatively new. So something in my budget without the screen tearing, good audio, 4k, just great all around TV for only movies and shows no gaming going on. If anyone has some suggestions id really appreciate it.

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57 minutes ago, WavyDavy said:

I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions for a TV that's 4k with good features. My family bought a TV a year or so ago and I cant watch with the screen tearing but it was relatively new. So something in my budget without the screen tearing, good audio, 4k, just great all around TV for only movies and shows no gaming going on. If anyone has some suggestions id really appreciate it.

Do you want to use it as a monitor?  That’s kind of the only sort of TVs that even get looked at around here.  Latency matters for video games but it doesn’t for video

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7 hours ago, Bombastinator said:

Do you want to use it as a monitor?  That’s kind of the only sort of TVs that even get looked at around here.  Latency matters for video games but it doesn’t for video

No not as a monitor just a TV for movies. Dont know the one my family bought but i notice the screen tearing and I don't want that so good refresh rate would be nice.

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4 hours ago, xg32 said:

A friend of mine found this one https://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-55nano90upa-4k-uhd-tv i think with the higher refresh rate its better, but all i know about is refresh rates and 4k are all the other features of the one my friend found better?

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8 minutes ago, WavyDavy said:

A friend of mine found this one https://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-55nano90upa-4k-uhd-tv i think with the higher refresh rate its better, but all i know about is refresh rates and 4k are all the other features of the one my friend found better?

The Nanocell 90 isn't bad, but it's no OLED. 

If you live near a MicroCenter, they have refurbished C1's starting around $800. Those are a killer deal.

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14 hours ago, Colty said:

The Nanocell 90 isn't bad, but it's no OLED. 

If you live near a MicroCenter, they have refurbished C1's starting around $800. Those are a killer deal.

Sadly no MicroCenter think ima bite the bullet with the Nanocell found the one I linked at BestBuy for $600, But if you have any other recommendations id love to hear. Not going to buy one until Thursday.

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18 hours ago, WavyDavy said:

No not as a monitor just a TV for movies. Dont know the one my family bought but i notice the screen tearing and I don't want that so good refresh rate would be nice.

Refresh rate has nothing to do with tearing. If a TV has screen tearing in movies it's flawed from the ground up.

 

A good 60Hz TV will have no tearing, just like a good 120Hz TV.

 

When you can control the light in your room, the A1 can be a great choice, but like others mentioned it wouldn't be my first choice for gaming.

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8 hours ago, Stahlmann said:

Refresh rate has nothing to do with tearing. If a TV has screen tearing in movies it's flawed from the ground up.

 

A good 60Hz TV will have no tearing, just like a good 120Hz TV.

 

When you can control the light in your room, the A1 can be a great choice, but like others mentioned it wouldn't be my first choice for gaming.

Well its not for gaming(might do some gaming in the future with it but not as of right now), just movies and shows, and I didn't know that about the 60Hz wonder how bad the TV is my family got

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2 hours ago, WavyDavy said:

Well its not for gaming(might do some gaming in the future with it but not as of right now), just movies and shows, and I didn't know that about the 60Hz wonder how bad the TV is my family got

60Hz is the standard for mid range TV's nowadays. Some entry-level TVs only run on 50Hz.

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I went ahead and splurged and got the LG G1

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