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I've been researching buying a new TV for weeks now and finally settled on this one. Most 65inch TVs are well over $1,000 and if you follow a lot of the "best" guides the picks are pretty close to $2,000. Most of the time I'll be using this for Netflix etc but I really wanted a screen that could handle games so I double checked the input lag of this TV vs some of the more expensive panels and it's pretty great. Rtings.com did a review of this TV here and they recommend it as their general budget 65inch TV, with gaming being the best use-case for it. The only thing I will note is as a few reviews do indicate this panel doesn't get super bright and the optimal viewing angles is pretty narrow. I have black out curtains in my apartment so it's not a big deal for me, but if you live in a really bright apartment I'd actually consider not getting it as the details in the screen can be lost. Overall love it. See More
Stuart Kearney's Experience
If you don't live in a very bright apartment, there is really nothing you're giving up buying this 65inch TV for $850 vs the alternatives at $1400+. If you want OLED and all the other fancy features you're looking at well over $1,500 and at basically half that price this TV is a great deal. See More
There are two main considerations when looking for a gaming TV: Input lag and does moving objects tend to leave a trail behind them. The input lag of this TV is under 40ms which is about average when looking at 4k TV's all the way up to $1500 and beyond. See More