Have you made the jump to 4k?

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    Whats the story with Panasonic TVs - are they only sold in ANZ?

    Looked at https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/t...rod181888.html

    And the picture looked pretty good

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    Pennywiser NZ wrote:
    Whats the story with Panasonic TVs - are they only sold in ANZ?

    Looked at https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/t...rod181888.html

    And the picture looked pretty good
    Just different model.names. the Panasonics are bloody nice

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    Pennywiser NZ wrote:
    Whats the story with Panasonic TVs - are they only sold in ANZ?

    Looked at https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/t...rod181888.html

    And the picture looked pretty good
    Panasonic TV's are not sold in the U.S
    They sort of went downhill with Plasma panels and didn't fully recover.

    They do now sell excellent OLED panels, but since they left that major market, it's left their brand awareness in a worse spot. They'd have to now compete with Chinese brands like TCL should they re-enter and with even more cheap OLED competition coming in the next 1 to 2 years, it will only get harder for them.

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    Think I'm finally gonna get a Xbox One X next week. Lots of multiplat games coming out that I want play in 4k.

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    Valeyard wrote:
    Think I'm finally gonna get a Xbox One X next week. Lots of multiplat games coming out that I want play in 4k.
    Do it son!. May as well grab the gears consoles while they are around

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    Hey all,

    Old shitty TV died so, quick question for the hive mind:

    Looking at getting a quick replacement I found something fairly cheap that looks to have pretty decent specs for the price of $1280.

    Panasonic TH-55FX640Z / Panasonic TH-55FX600Z

    Am I missing anything? Is there some hidden catch or are these ok.. anything better in the same league?

    Trying to stay under $1500

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    Massive news for TV gamers just out.

    LG has partnered with Nvidia and 2019 LG OLED TV's, like my C9 will get a firmware update in a couple weeks that adds Nvidia G-Sync to the TV.

    This also means LG's 2019 OLED TV's will become the first panels to support G-Sync over HDMI.

    And going forward it's likely all LG TV's will support G-Sync out of the box.

    https://www.techradar.com/au/news/lg...-screen-gaming

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    Roman.K wrote:
    Hey all,

    Old shitty TV died so, quick question for the hive mind:

    Looking at getting a quick replacement I found something fairly cheap that looks to have pretty decent specs for the price of $1280.

    Panasonic TH-55FX640Z / Panasonic TH-55FX600Z

    Am I missing anything? Is there some hidden catch or are these ok.. anything better in the same league?

    Trying to stay under $1500
    Yes I have that exact TV. It's bloody brilliant,was the best looking TV I could find in my price range. Also was $1500

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    Pulled the trigger on the Panasonic today $1999

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    Mighty ape have introduced their own brand of tv's with 3 models. 32,55,65. Seem quite reasonably priced too.

    https://www.mightyape.co.nz/electron...rand%7Egorilla

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    CSOT panels - so TCL rebrand?

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    Valeyard wrote:
    Mighty ape have introduced their own brand of tv's with 3 models. 32,55,65. Seem quite reasonably priced too.

    https://www.mightyape.co.nz/electron...rand%7Egorilla
    Brightness: 280 cd/m2

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    SirGrim wrote:
    Brightness: 280 cd/m2
    Really depends on your environment though right? That could be ample for some, others may need double that.

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    They look like Dick Smith's cheap TV's and use the same panel manufacturer.

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    My parents bought a $4,200 Samsung QLED 65" TV. I was amazed it had a built in Apple TV as well, but was surprised to find it did not have the ability to record terrestrial TV, like my cheap 55" Panasonic FX600.

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    What model did they buy for $4200? Maybe they did away with recording TV when everything seems to be ondemand these days. I didn't know people even needed to record TV these days. Could slip past me though as I don't watch broadcast TV.

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    KiwiTT wrote:
    My parents bought a $4,200 Samsung QLED 65" TV. I was amazed it had a built in Apple TV as well, but was surprised to find it did not have the ability to record terrestrial TV, like my cheap 55" Panasonic FX600.
    Apple TV app and Airplay 2 is amazing. Easily my favourite feature on new TVs.

    It's not as good as buying a seperate $300 Apple TV 4K box but it's still pretty good.

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    Fragluton wrote:
    What model did they buy for $4200? Maybe they did away with recording TV when everything seems to be ondemand these days. I didn't know people even needed to record TV these days. Could slip past me though as I don't watch broadcast TV.
    Prime TV does not have an on-demand option.

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    Probably because no one watches it.

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    FYI 2019 LG TV owners

    GSync is now working over HDMI, you just have to install the latest Nvidia beta driver 440.52

    https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED/commen...nc_is_working/