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Black Ops 2 Multiplayer What TV do you use?

Discussion in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 2' started by Dean_Tizzle, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. CycloneJon

    CycloneJon Member

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    An older 46“ 1080p Sony LCD, and a 32" 720p Insignia LED. The Xbox looked kind of blurry on the Insignia compared to my Sony until I found out the actual native resolution on it was 1366x768 which is slightly more than 720p (1280x720). Changed the Xbox output resolution to match the set rather than 720p and it looks great. Rivals the Sony which I'm pretty happy with considering I only paid 200 bucks for it.
     
  2. Dogger

    Dogger Active Member

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    55" Samsung Plasma, for refresh rate(600HZ) you can't get any better than Plasma.
    Will consider a LED when they achieve higher refresh rates than 240HZ, like how slim LED's screen are.
    My Plasma is linked to a Harmon Kardon 7.1 surround sound system with Klipsch speakers.
    All gold plated cables are used they were purchased through Monoprice. http://www.monoprice.com/
    Had my TV for 3 years now and never encountered burn-in.
     
  3. badiban

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    40" Sony Bravia. Not sure, but some people say it's more comfortable to play on a smaller screen because you have to move your eyes less. While I agree, I think it's more enjoyable on a bigger TV. The closer you are to the television, the more you have to look around with your eyes, so I sit a nice distance away so I don't hurt my eyes.
     
  4. MattyGadoosh

    MattyGadoosh New Member

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    According to MLG

    I use a 32 inch HDTV. 32 inch is the most optimal size TV for your eyes according to MLG. Now with that said im sure a 34-37 inch wouldn't be bad either but MLG stated that utilizing a 32" is the highest that your eyes naturally adjust the best to,anything over your eyes are working overtime which will allow stress and eye fatigue to set in quicker. If you do have a larger TV and notice your eyes getting stressed or getting headaches get some Gunnar Gaming Glasses, they are awesome.
     
  5. theedeadmau5

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    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/LG - 55...pp04-166?id=1218652750013&skuId=5485591&st=lg 480hz&cp=1&lp=1

    however i wouldnt buy this tv as the picture looks very cartoonish and grainy. the 480hz is kinda pointless at this point in the game because by the time the kinks are worked out the OLED tvs will be taking over the market
     
  6. Hunter codf

    Hunter codf Super Moderator

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    I have the greatest TV in existence, 60" Pioneer Elite Plasma.
     
  7. theedeadmau5

    theedeadmau5 Active Member

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    Kuro?
     
  8. Hunter codf

    Hunter codf Super Moderator

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    Technically no. Kuro was their line of TV's below the Elite line.

    Fun fact: Kuro is japanese for black.
     
  9. jefferson9

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    The sharp aquos line is great, also reasonably priced for the size. Mines 70" and they make a 90"
     
  10. Dean_Tizzle

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    I wish I had the greatest TV in existence! Damn you!!!!

    Thanks for everyones input into this thread, has helped me on my quest.
     
  11. emilygrunt69

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    I don't use tv but I have been using AOC CQ32G1 monitor and it is one of the best I've used. One of my friends suggested me this monitor to and I couldn't find this monitor. Then I found this website: AOC CQ32G1 Review. It has a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms of response time. If you want to go with this I'm 100% sure you will not regret it.
     

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