Sign Up Log In Thanks for this roundup, although not sure about the affordability! To post formatted content follow these rules: Overall, it is a good TV for the price. However, the balance of cost and image quality is spot-on. Where the A1E really shines, though, is its ability to deliver pictures that are beautifully colorful, rich in contrast and exquisitely detailed.
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Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. That's not really realistic, though. To that end, it's absolutely fair to say that the TCL 6-Series is the best TV you can possibly get in this price range. Its performance-per-dollar is unmatched, and its picture quality — despite a few minor flaws — will truly impress you.
It has an integrated W, six-driver soundbar and a motorized stand that lets you tilt the screen to suit your viewing position. That means perfect black and excellent color, if not quite as strong motion handling as the very latest high-end Sony LCD TVs. However, this is one TV you can't just boil down to its image versus the price: This set even delivers on sound performance through their unique screen vibration technology.
Where the A1E really shines, though, is its ability to deliver pictures that are beautifully colorful, rich in contrast and exquisitely detailed. Samsung was the first brand to introduce an HDR-compatible screen way back in , but it's not been sitting back and taking it easy since.
Outside of an impressive-sounding number, this brightness has a real impact on the set's image quality. Detail is preserved in even the brightest areas of the image, and colors are exceptionally vivid and bright. No TV is perfect: In other regards, the KU is actually a superior 4K TV in terms of black performance, contrast and black uniformity. It also does offer decent color performance. What ate my choices? My content is all cable quality from Optimum, no streaming. The XD offers superb color performance, great brightness, superb motion control for movies and gaming and is also a very decent performer at contast and black level.
In terms of upscaling and overall picture quality?? What is your thought? I found an affordable model — 55KU Would you advice to buy this TV??
I had a terrible experience with the Sony XBR55xC with poor light bleed, horrible blacks in dark scenes, and pretty poor performance while watching 4k HDR movies with the letterbox along the bottom and top of the screen due to significant light bleed.
I have since returned my Sony television and am in the hunt for a new television. My main concern is great black levels in dark scenes and 4k HDR movies with a letterbox, no light bleed, and smooth gameplay and TV watching during sporting events. With that being said, the picture quality is the most important aspect for me and something with low levels of blur.
Do you have any recommendations? I want the best bang for my buck but do not want to skip on quality where I have to replace the set in a few years. HDR would be fantastic, especially 10 bit vs 8 bit.
I am getting both these models at same price. Thank you in advance. The only difference I hear is brightness and 3D for me I will never use 3D. So is it really worth paying for the x93d? The one thing that makes the XD a bit tricky is the fact that it offers an IPS panel display in all sizes except the 85 inch model.
This means much weaker black levels and far poorer contrast. On the other hand IPS does deliver really good wide viewing angles. If you do want good black levels, go for the XD. All other performance specs will be more or less identical. Hi stephen, i hesitate between three 55 inches 4k tv. Hello Charles, the model numbers you list are very different from their U. S counterparts but if I recognize the TVs correctly, you should go for the Sony model.
Buy the Sony TV. They almost uniformly deliver excellent motion handling, superb color delivery and at least very decent black levels and contrast. As long as the content is compatible with display on the TV at all, the upscaling happens automatically.
Do i buy the lg uh or the samsung kufxza. Prices are quite similar. The KU offers the best black performance of the three models. We usually watch movies, sports, news and concerts. We will also buy a soundbar — do you have advice on what we should buy? I thought the Samsung HW K looked good but are there Sony or other brands — other than Sonos which is too pricey and more than we need.
Are these models from ? Thank you very much. Since that model also lacks local dimming technology, the black levels will be particularly noticeable for almost any content you watch on it. It has a very nice low input lag. There are Panasonics on the U.