Curved TVs by PaulT

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PaulT
Has anyone got one? If so does it make for better viewing than a flat screen or is it just a marketing ploy?
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Posted 09 Mar 2016, 08:03 #1 

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They are poor by comparison to the same model flat screen (if available), the viewing angles are far worse on the curved screen, you need to be head on or at most 15 degrees off centre, and the picture quality even in UHD isn't as good as same spec flat screen. Most test reviewers still ask why the companies stick with the curved screen, but most companies are now giving option of either or just flat except Samsung. Price and size (50" +) of course can make a difference, but the same above still applies.
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Posted 18 Apr 2016, 21:26 #2 


PaulT
Thanks John, very useful, so basically a gimmick - good to see you posting.
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Posted 19 Apr 2016, 06:20 #3 


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