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Hello guys. I am going to purchase a ps4 soon so for it I need to get a new TV. I am thinking to get Sony Bravia w700B. But it doesn't support 3D. So that means I won't be able to play any ps4 games? If so what tv would you recommend me to get?

And yeah I am a noob when it comes to TVs.

Sorry for my english :(

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You don't have to have a 3D enabled television to play PS4 games, you do have to have a television with HDMI ports though because there are no other output options for the PS4. For a television recommendation, take a look at this thread...

 

https://psnprofiles.com/forums/topic/17723-parkers-game-room-work-in-progress-need-some-ideas/

 

Seriously, if you have Craigslist (or something like it) where you live you can find some incredible deals. If a rear projection television isn't feasible for you, a Sony Bravia would be a wonderful choice. I've had my PlayStation 3 hooked up to a multitude of televisions, LG, Sony, Sharp, Samsung and many others and the television I believe looked best and performed best was a Sony Bravia. Honestly though, go to a local electronic store and check out the televisions and see what looks best to you. Whatever it is, look online and I bet you can find a good deal on it. 

 

 

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Which model of bravia do you use to play games? And I am really worried about the input lag. Is lag a really noticeable on TVs?

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I Purchased this Tv a few months ago : 

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00HZAVAC0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

It's a Sony bravia , out of all the tv's iv'e used 

it's undoubtedly the best , it has a 200hz refresh rate 

and very low input lag , i believe it's the 4th lowest tv for input lag 

which makes it perfect for Gaming , it also has a Game standard mode

which decreases the input lag even more and adds color 

 

It's an excellent tv ,

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Hello guys. I am going to purchase a ps4 soon so for it I need to get a new TV. I am thinking to get Sony Bravia w700B. But it doesn't support 3D. So that means I won't be able to play any ps4 games? If so what tv would you recommend me to get?

And yeah I am a noob when it comes to TVs.

Sorry for my english :(

 

Heey Samiir.

 

 i will say get this Televion Sony sony kdl 46w905 (

)

 

It is Amazing Really good for gaming

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/kdl46w905a-201311263450.htm

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If you're worried about input lag, Tv's input lag are bigger than any monitor

I have a Benq gaming rts monitor with an input lag of 1 ms, the shortest in the market, so if you have played games on a monitor you'll feel the tv response quite laggy

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For this year 2014 number is one tv for is Samsung UN46H7150AFXZA and second is Sony KDL-48W600B. But the W600b it has a terrible cheap design. I personally, wanted to get Samsung UN46H7150AFXZA and it was on sale for 1899 but it was online only which I didn't want to make the payment. If you have the money get the Samsung UN46H7150AFXZA if not than your best second choice is Sony W600B and it sale I think for 799 or 899.

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i always check the displaylag from the site "http://www.displaylag.com/display-database/"    i think that's a problem we need foucs on 

I was looking for Sony W802A as it has the best low in put lag but the TV has been discontinued. I'm looking to get  Samsung H7150 around September.

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Does anyone know when sony bravia w700b will be discontinued? Because I want to get it in October

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