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QOTW: Which TV do you own?

by Parm Mann on 10 January 2020, 16:31

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TVs have once again featured prominently at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, with plenty of stunning sets to behold. The likes of 4K, HDR and OLED have quickly become the norm, and the focus for 2020 appears to have shifted toward a staggering 8K resolution. Add to that impossibly-thin bezels, larger screen sizes and transformative operating systems, and you have plenty of temptation to upgrade.

It has been a few years since we last visited the topic, so let us restart the discussion by asking: which TV do you own? Let us know the make and screen size, and be sure to share your thoughts on how the set fares in terms of value, picture quality and features.

I'll get the ball rolling with my Pioneer Kuro LDP-LX5090, a 50in plasma purchased way back in 2008 that's still going strong. The Kuro hasn't put a foot wrong in over a decade, and I continue to enjoy the picture, though with the increase in 4K HDR content, I must admit to being tempted by a larger OLED somewhere down the line. Over to you, share your TV impressions using the comments facility below.



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Samsung 32“ 1080p

Hardly ever used as we have an Optoma 1080p projector with 92” screen and a bespoke built surround sound setup

Doubt a new tv will happen too used to projector now
3dcandy
Samsung 32" 1080p
Same.

Will buy another when they settle on a format. Seem hardly many 4k signals, hell some streaming sites are just 720p. Not sure what's going on with HDODR de R de R or whatever it is.

Mind you, not really kept up so not sure the state of play.
Just replaced a Panny (42“) that went wrong with a cheapy (seems great for the money) HISENSE H50B7100UK 4k HDR 50” until I get some more funds for another Panny.
Old samsung 40" 1080p. Not used that much as everyone just watches stuff on tablets/phones/pcs/chromebooks. No one sits down in front of the tv to watch stuff these days.
adidan
Same.

Will buy another when they settle on a format. Seem hardly many 4k signals, hell some streaming sites are just 720p. Not sure what's going on with HDODR de R de R or whatever it is.

Mind you, not really kept up so not sure the state of play.

Virgin here and we can get 4k but most of it is upscaled 1080p. Yup streaming is rubbish in many many ways with crappy 720p streams which is why we don't watch much. HDR IS available on Virgin but nothing that plays HDR back here yet