TV for console gaming

jliedeka

jliedeka

Audioholic General
Besides BluRays and streaming, my TV gets a lot of use from Xbox games. I'll probably replace my plasma TV next year to get something more modern that supports HDR. So OLED or LCD?

There's a lot of noise about OLED having burn-in issues from HUDs that are always on screen. They said the same thing about plasma and I've been gaming on my plasma TVs for years without issues.

Is the OLED thing overblown?
Also, are LCD TVs better for HDR content?

Jim
 
panteragstk

panteragstk

Audioholic Ninja
Besides BluRays and streaming, my TV gets a lot of use from Xbox games. I'll probably replace my plasma TV next year to get something more modern that supports HDR. So OLED or LCD?

There's a lot of noise about OLED having burn-in issues from HUDs that are always on screen. They said the same thing about plasma and I've been gaming on my plasma TVs for years without issues.

Is the OLED thing overblown?
Also, are LCD TVs better for HDR content?

Jim
If I were to replace my plasma it would be with an OLED that supported variable refresh rates and all the other new tech that game consoles/PCs can take advantage of.

Rtings is a great place to see what is and isn't recommended for gaming as well as normal movie/TV viewing.
 

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