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Links to the Best 4K Gaming TV’s listed below. โœ… At Consumer Buddy, we’ve researched the Best 4K Gaming TV’s on Amazon saving you time and money.
โ˜… BEST 4K OLED GAMING TV โ˜… 0:00โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹ – Intro
๐Ÿ”ถ LG Cx Oled ๐Ÿ”ถ 0:56 Time Stamp
โžœ https://amzn.to/3yhIs7T

โ˜… BEST 4K LED TV โ˜…
๐Ÿ”ถ Samsung Q80/Q80T Qled ๐Ÿ”ถ 2:24 Time Stamp
โžœ https://amzn.to/33VAinE

โ˜… BEST BUDGET 4K GAMING TV โ˜…
๐Ÿ”ถ Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2020 ๐Ÿ”ถ 3:26 Time Stamp
โžœ https://amzn.to/2S1mxkT
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โœ… At Consumer Buddy, we’ve researched the Best 4K Gaming TVs on Amazon saving you time and money. Hey guys Taylor here with another video. Now if you’re interested in getting the latest gaming hardware like the Sony PlayStation five or the Xbox series x, you’re definitely going to want to maximize your console’s potential by adding a great 4k TV into the mix. This will make your games look sharper, and also play much better with increased frame rates. Now being a gamer and looking for a great 4k TV, there are tons of different options to consider, including how much input lag is on the TV, not to mention the resolution itself. So today, we’re going to be breaking down some of our favorite 4k TVs for gaming and going through some of the benefits and features of each to see which might be perfect for all of your gaming needs. Now, as always, I will include links to each of these products in the description below. So you can check them out further and do a little bit of your own research. Also, if I happen to come across any deals or discounts, I’ll drop those down below for you as well. So first up, we have the best 4k OLED gaming TV, and that’s going to be the LG cx OLED. Now, this is definitely the best gaming TV with an OLED panel that we’ve tested. It has fantastic picture quality, it can actually produce perfect blacks by turning off individual pixels, making it fantastic for darkroom gaming. It also has wide angles. So if you’re interested in Co Op or having your friends watch you on the couch, you won’t have to worry about them losing picture quality by being off to the side. Also, if you are in a bright room, it does handle reflections very well. And it gets very bright to overcome glare in most lighting conditions. This one also does have a wide color gamut to help deliver HDR content with vibrant and saturated colors. Now obviously motion handling is going to be a big benefit here. It has a native 120-hertz refresh rate that makes motion look incredibly smooth. You’ll also notice a near-instantaneous response time with almost no motion blur and fast-moving scenes. And there is an optional black frame insertion feature here to help further improve clarity. It also supports freesync HDMI form VR AR and is compatible with G sync. This one also has an auto low latency mode that detects when a game is launched from a compatible device and automatically switches the TV to game mode. Just note here that oh LEDs are susceptible to permanent burnin and that occurs when static elements are left on the display for long periods of time. So perhaps if you do have a video game up on the Start screen for a long period of time, it could damage your panel so it’s just one thing to be aware of. But again, if you are just looking for the best 4k Gaming TV with an OLED panel, definitely check out the LG cx OLED. Next, up we have the best 4k LED gaming TV and that’s going to be the Samsung q 80 slash q att q lead. Now, this is definitely the best option with an LED panel. It’s a high-end 4k model with impressive picture quality and tons of gaming features. Now with this one, you won’t have the risk of permanent burnin, so you don’t have to worry about potentially damaging your TV after exposure to static elements. This one also has an HDMI 2.1 input which allows you to play 4k games up to 120 hertz. It also supports VR to reduce screen tearing, and this one does have an incredibly low input lag. And the response time is excellent. There’s also a black frame insertion feature here to help reduce motion blur. And its native contrast ratio is lower than most VA panels. Also, despite being a VA panel… runs out of the 5k characters limit, sorry guys.

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13 Comments

  1. Naimul Hasan on June 14, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    Ever since I saw an OLED at Best Buy, I was telling myself that I must get one of those. Well, I finally got everything together and ordered an LG CX with the 55 inch option. I can not stress how good an OLED picture looks enough – I know this saying has become a meme at this point but this is the way games were truly meant to be played! I’m never going back to a non-OLED TV ever again!



  2. Ocean Princess on June 14, 2021 at 7:34 pm

    OK I’m not going to talk how good an OLED TV looks because words seriously can’t do it justice, especially in gaming. The difference between a regular LED and this is like night and day. The image quality is so good that I put up with the software issues. I’m going to say it out loud: I don’t like WebOS. It’s an OS that was designed for mobile phones and it shows. Like, to bring up some menus you have to press OK for more than 2 seconds. If I did not read about that on the Internet, I would have never found that out myself. The remote is horrible as well. And you can’t install any of the VPN apps to unblock streaming. Since the picture quality is so good, I put up with these. But they are super annoying nevertheless



  3. Wellington Barcelos on June 14, 2021 at 7:36 pm

    We were on a tighter budget so we went with the Vizio M55Q8-H1 TV. This is our first 4K TV so naturally, we’re blown away by it! It has all the streaming services we use so that’s a plus too. We didn’t care a lot for the sound quality, however, that is to be expected from all TV’s these days. So make sure you get a decent soundbar and you will be golden!



  4. Livia Pรฉrez Tello on June 14, 2021 at 7:45 pm

    Samsung’s QLED TVticked all the boxes for me: I wasn’t interested in OLED because of screen burn-in, it had to support 120 Hz and it needed to have HDMI 2.1 because I was going to game on this thing. Good thing is, all of these features work well. Image quality needs no introduction, we’re getting true 4K with 120 Hz refresh rate. I’m a bit annoyed that only one of the ports is HDMI 2.1, the other ones are HDMI 2.0. If you want to connect more than 2 devices to your TV for 4K/120Hz gaming experience (like a PS 5 and a PC), you’re going to have to get up fiddle around since you can’t have both of them connected at the same time. I guess Samsung thought people would have either a PS5 or an Xbox Series X, but not both of them! Kind of annoying, but it’s not a dealbreaker. Overall, the great non-OLED choice for all the gamers out there, highly recommends this!



  5. MarLaeTa เธกเธฒเนเธฅเธ•เนŠเธฐ on June 14, 2021 at 7:50 pm

    I was looking for amazing picture quality, but I also was avoiding OLED TVs since we have two kids in the house – ages 5 and 8. I knew they would not care about screen burn-in so I wanted to be on the safer side. Samsung’s QLED Q80T piqued my interest. The delivery was fast, I got my buddy to help me set up the new TV so it was relatively easy. I did not use a wall-mount or anything, it’s on the stand right now, which is not flimsy like some other TVs. First off, wow! The picture quality is just great, I know OLEDs are the real deal but this one is really close too! Be ready to fiddle around with image settings though, because I did not like some of the choices Samsung made for me when I got it. But after I set it up for my taste, I couldn’t be happier. Considering our old TV was a 10-year-old Samsung, the upgrade is definitely noticeable.



  6. Jorge Bolaรฑez on June 14, 2021 at 7:51 pm

    Does the screensaver on the LG CX OLED TV get activated whilst you’re playing a game as well? I know it normally has a screensaver but I wasn’t sure. I’d be careful about the burn-in issue but I’m not sure my teenage son will!



  7. Nellyber Ugas on June 14, 2021 at 7:58 pm

    Samsung’s QLED Q80T is an amazing TV for picture quality and gaming! I tried Forza Horizon on this, and it just looks butter-smooth at 4K/120Hz! My issue is the software Samsung put. Tizen is not bad itself, but why am I dealing with ads that are yelling at me when I just spent over $1500 on a TV? I figured out how to turn off these ads, but it’s still annoying that you have to agree to terms and conditions that give a lot of power to Samsung regarding data collection and stuff. I just bought a huge TV from you guys, do you have to blast my living room with your ads? For anyone out there who is considering buying this: Get a FireTV stick or Roku or something and decline the ToS you get when you turn on this TV. It’s a shame because, underneath all these software problems, there is a great TV.



  8. Boutique Fefu on June 14, 2021 at 8:00 pm

    I had a screen burn-in issue on my LG CX OLED TV after 3 months of use, luckily I was able to get it replaced by the warranty. You have to be paranoid about this issue, I did not care about it to be honest since there’s a screensaver but then I left it on ESPN. When I woke up, I was greeted with a nice scoreboard that burned in my screen! Be extra careful with these OLED TVs!



  9. Consumer Buddy on June 14, 2021 at 8:05 pm

    โ˜… BEST 4K OLED GAMING TV โ˜… 0:00โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹ – Intro
    ๐Ÿ”ถ LG Cx Oled ๐Ÿ”ถ 0:56 Time Stamp
    โžœ https://amzn.to/3yhIs7T

    โ˜… BEST 4K LED TV โ˜…
    ๐Ÿ”ถ Samsung Q80/Q80T Qled ๐Ÿ”ถ 2:24 Time Stamp
    โžœ https://amzn.to/33VAinE

    โ˜… BEST BUDGET 4K GAMING TV โ˜…
    ๐Ÿ”ถ Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2020 ๐Ÿ”ถ 3:26 Time Stamp
    โžœ https://amzn.to/2S1mxkT



  10. Temistocles Diaz on June 14, 2021 at 8:09 pm

    I don’t want to deal with any screen burn-in issue after spending so much on a TV, so I’m going to go with the Samsung Q80 series. My question is: Does it have anti-glare? During certain times of day, our living room gets a lot of sunlight!



  11. Pick Adviser on June 14, 2021 at 8:12 pm

    I have confidence in Samsung.



  12. Salamat Ullah Riad on June 14, 2021 at 8:13 pm

    What’s the point of HDMI 2.1 ports? I bought my son a PS 5 for his birthday but he keeps saying our old TV does not have HDMI 2.1 ports and we need to replace it? I don’t understand what the issue is, it looks fine to me!



  13. MAIK SIERRA on June 14, 2021 at 8:16 pm

    Which one of these TVs support HDMI 2.1?