Though gaming on a regular monitor is still considered the best way to play a game, the widespread of console gaming has created a need for TVs that compete with monitors in how faithfully they recreate a gaming environment. This is why we decided to let you know what you need to be aware of when buying a gaming TV.So how to choose a high quality high definition(hd) 32/40/60 inch lcd TV set at cheap price in 2015?
First and foremost you need a TV with a very good response time. LED TVs with refresh rates between 120 and 240 Hz guarantee that you will never miss a second of the action. Refresh rates are important when playing first person shooters or driving games. Called “twitch” games, they rely on a gamer’s reflexes more than they do on his or her experience.
It is also good to have a TV that comes with both side and front inputs. While newer TVs come with a plethora of input options, make sure you have the proper audio and video inputs so that you can safely and easily connect your console to the TV. Having a frontal input panel is important if you like to switch between gaming and TV modes or you want to have your computer connected as well. Among video input methods, make sure your TV comes with HDMI, VGI and DVI inputs since most if not all gaming consoles need one of the three in order to output the video signal to your TV.
Because gaming can oftentimes be a strain on your back, make sure you have a TV that sports a wide viewing angle so you can continue playing even while lying on your side. A native resolution of 1920 x 1080p, or Full HD resolution is a must have for your gaming TV.
Last but not least, don’t go crazy with the expenses. While gaming TVs used to be quite expensive, nowadays you can find gaming TVs to suit all pocket sizes. Manufacturers such as LG, Samsung or Philips offer various models with a wide price range depending on what functionalities you need your HDTV to have.
If you still find them to be on the expensive side, don’t be afraid to try a lesser known brand: the days when lesser known brands meant low quality products have long been extinct. If you are curious what are considered to be the best gaming TVs currently on the market, we have compiled a list so that you have a faster way of choosing what you desire. When quality is the only thing that matters, you can’t go wrong with Samsung’s UN46H7150. In terms of value over price, one will be hard pressed to find a better device than Sony’s KDL-48W600B.
If instead of an LED gaming TV you would like to go for a plasma based device, keep in mind that prices are still high and you have to take into account the burn-in factor. Burn-in is what happens when static images such as a logo or the skill bar are kept on screen for long periods of time. The image is burnt into the screen and stays there no matter what game you play. On the plus side, you will be able to play World of Warcraft with the Dragon Age: Inquisition skill bar.