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  • monkman76 13 Sep 2016 16:49:53 12,020 posts
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    Heh yeah, I think my mum would notice half a second :)

    D'oh, weird start to a new page :/

    Edited by monkman76 at 16:50:17 13-09-2016
  • MrMattAdz 13 Sep 2016 16:51:17 3,671 posts
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    Gregolution wrote:
    @MrMattAdz

    half a second? 50ms is 5% of a second.
    Well that's embarrassing haha

    Umm, I'm going to blame that on my young age, and lack of experience in life with dealing with milliseconds ;)
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 16:51:50 29,597 posts
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    Actually, being old as fuck, maybe I won't even notice 1 second lag
  • monkman76 13 Sep 2016 16:52:04 12,020 posts
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    I'd agree with Greg, I think you'd be hard pressed to notice much if any difference between 30 and 50ms.
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 16:52:52 29,597 posts
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    Yeah, it's just when it goes into the 100's
  • Gregolution 13 Sep 2016 16:54:31 8,597 posts
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    monkman76 wrote:
    I'd agree with Greg, I think you'd be hard pressed to notice much if any difference between 30 and 50ms.
    7 years on this forum, and you finally agree with me! /high5 :D
  • MrMattAdz 13 Sep 2016 16:56:53 3,671 posts
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    Yeah, presented with this new information, everything I said before might as well be shit haha, you probably aren't going to notice a difference like that.

    Still though, if it's high enough it is noticeable in a negative way.
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 16:58:53 29,597 posts
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    Am I on ignore? :)
  • monkman76 13 Sep 2016 17:11:41 12,020 posts
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    Gregolution wrote:
    monkman76 wrote:
    I'd agree with Greg, I think you'd be hard pressed to notice much if any difference between 30 and 50ms.
    7 years on this forum, and you finally agree with me! /high5 :D
    Oh piffle, that can't be the first time!
  • ozthegweat 13 Sep 2016 17:36:43 1,631 posts
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    You guys should keep in mind that the lag will increase when enabling HDR mode. The LG B6 has worse lag than the next step up, the E6. Non-HDR/HDR is something like 50/70ms on the B6 and 30/50 on the E6.
  • Dirtbox 13 Sep 2016 17:46:37 89,372 posts
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  • urban 13 Sep 2016 17:58:24 12,991 posts
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    Aren't you a PC gamer? That'd make it expensive, not *too* expensive.



    Sony's only 1000+ nit tv is £4000 for the 65" or £60k for the 100" That says enough about the current state of things for me
  • Dirtbox 13 Sep 2016 18:04:49 89,372 posts
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  • ozthegweat 13 Sep 2016 18:08:40 1,631 posts
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    Yes the "please update your console UI" is UHD, you will be able to replace it with a PS5 in the future and it will cost you 4k to upgrade your entertainment system.

    I don't see where they're lying.
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 18:29:29 29,597 posts
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    Dirtbox wrote:
    PC gaming is too expensive!
    Haha touché :)
  • Pazie 13 Sep 2016 18:56:07 1,160 posts
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    I might just stick with the Samsung KS7000 49", as I'm getting fed up and more confused the longer I'm looking. Just one question, has this TV got HDR10. That's what the Xbox S supports.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R5dFfbVrjIA

    Edited by Pazie at 18:56:49 13-09-2016
  • Derblington 13 Sep 2016 19:01:44 29,900 posts
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    @Pazie

    Yeah, it supports 10 bit HDR.
  • ibenam 13 Sep 2016 20:05:02 3,091 posts
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    @Pazie I'm going for that tele as well, where are u planning to purchase from?
  • Technoishmatt 13 Sep 2016 20:10:41 2,128 posts
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    @quadfather

    I'm also still in that annoying situation where I can only listen to dolby atmos stuff on the ps4 in HD, and/or watch 4K on the xbox one s in dolby surround.

    This is really doing my head in :)
    Easy solution: play the UHD BR on the Xbox One S routing the picture to the TV directly through HDMI.

    Play the HD BR on the PS4 routing the sound to the atmos receiver through HDMI / optical.

    Make sure to press play at the same time, Bob's your uncle.

    You are welcome.
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 20:20:06 29,597 posts
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    @Technoishmatt

    You know, with the lip synching that bad on some films, it might just work :)
  • quadfather 13 Sep 2016 20:22:12 29,597 posts
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    Also, it won't work, as the receiver will be focused on whatever is the primary console. Can't split it
  • Blackmarsh63 13 Sep 2016 20:22:21 1,096 posts
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    quadfather wrote:
    I'm also still in that annoying situation where I can only listen to dolby atmos stuff on the ps4 in HD, and/or watch 4K on the xbox one s in dolby surround.

    This is really doing my head in :)
    John Lewis are doing the Samsung 4k player half-price if you buy a Samsung TV ;)
  • Technoishmatt 13 Sep 2016 20:36:40 2,128 posts
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    @Pazie Just make sure whatever TV you have has the UHD PREMIUM badge (and is made by Sony or Samsung).

    It's a standard agreed by the UHD alliance which includes bunch of TV manufacturers and film companies. It means the TV must be 4k, have 10-bit colour minimum, a certain level of peak brightness, and have HDR. If the TV has that badge and is Sony or Samsung, it will have HDR10...

    All UHD Blu-rays will have HDR10 as a minimum. HDR10 is an open format, whereas Dolby Vision is proprietary (it requires Dolby licensing, and a different chip, so no software upgrade is possible). LG tvs have DV.

    Basically, the KS7000 is Samsung's lowest level top tier TV, and it has UHD Premium. So if you go with a new Samsung model, you're safe... Even my 2015 Samsung model got the HDR10 software upgrade.
  • ozthegweat 13 Sep 2016 20:44:51 1,631 posts
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    Technoishmatt wrote:
    LG tvs have DV.
    To be precise, LG TVs have both Dolby Vision and HDR10 and are also UHD Premium certified. Or is there another reason why you recommend Sony and Samsung but not LG?
  • Gregolution 13 Sep 2016 22:03:25 8,597 posts
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    Dirtbox wrote:

    Preying on the technical illiteracy of it's customers is just a way of life.
    What... A .... Cock
  • Carlo 13 Sep 2016 22:29:36 19,893 posts
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    monkman76 wrote:
    Heh yeah, I think my mum would notice half a second :)

    /r/confusedboners
  • Technoishmatt 13 Sep 2016 22:32:03 2,128 posts
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    ozthegweat wrote:
    Technoishmatt wrote:
    LG tvs have DV.
    To be precise, LG TVs have both Dolby Vision and HDR10 and are also UHD Premium certified. Or is there another reason why you recommend Sony and Samsung but not LG?
    Yeah, you're right:

    "All LG Super UHD TVs feature HDR Super, which includes premium Dolby Vision™ in addition to industry-standard HDR10 together in one TV"
  • Dirtbox 14 Sep 2016 00:44:22 89,372 posts
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  • Deleted user 14 September 2016 03:01:08
    I have the ks8000 with the Xbox s and I had a huge problem with the hdr. When I turned on the hdr (not that hdr+ under the special viewing mode) it would turn my screen to static, but when I turned it off it would auto detect itself back to 4k. After trying 3 different 4k hdmi's I had around the house it seemed to be the Xbox malfunctioning. I returned the Xbox s and got another one and this one seems to be fine so.i. assuming I just had a lemon. But for those asking about hdr, don't use that hdr + in the special viewing mode use game mode in that menu option. Then you will have to go into expert settings then hdmi uhd color and depending on which hdmi ports you are using for hdr you have to turn that specific port to on to get hdr. I'm pretty sure if you don't have that turned on and are trying to just use that hdr + it's not actually outputting hdr. Regardless, I see very minimum input lag if any while in game mode and hdr turned on. I only buy samsung tvs and this is my 3rd different samsung in the last 3 years and by far the best TV I ever owned. if you are on the fence, don't be, this tv is an excellent choice for any use and at $2000 for a 65" it's a great deal
  • ozthegweat 14 Sep 2016 07:56:53 1,631 posts
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    @Dirtbox Hardcore defenders of any group, company, team, whatever are fucking dickheads.
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