Is it worth buying the LG CX 65 inch TV at 1.6 Lacs ?

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solarisx21

I need to start some freelance work from home and am building a system for it. I need a 55/65 inch TV as my monitor as I’ll need to keep minimum 2 browser windows open at a time and work lying down. So, I am searching for a good tv that will last me well and has good picture quality at the same time.

Thought of buying the LG CX65 as its getting a lot of discounts. Is it worth buying ? Any recommendations / suggestions ?

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Why don’t you look for cheaper options like Oneplus, Motorola, or Nokia?

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Not worth

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@solarisx21 are you planning to mount it on ceiling and work lying down

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Sudarshan61 wrote:

@solarisx21 are you planning to mount it on ceiling and work lying down

No, on the wall. I would be 7-8 feet away from the TV.

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Gouthamcharan wrote:

Why don’t you look for cheaper options like Oneplus, Motorola, or Nokia?

None of them have a low input lag or any reviews as a monitor. Can’t return the TV after buying if it does not serve the purpose.

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solarisx21 wrote:

No, on the wall. I would be 7-8 feet away from the TV.

Did you buy any? Any update?

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solarisx21 wrote:

No, on the wall. I would be 7-8 feet away from the TV.

using samsung 55inch frame tv as monitor from last 6months. got it for 57k and its worth every penny

as its 120hz, games run smooth and visuals are beautiful and best for my trading in multiple tabs

ive been using samsung tvs as monitors from last 7years never had any issues

NOTE : if your budget allows it goahead, don’t ask others weather its worth it or not cause, its you working on it and you have to think how much you are going earn from that equipment you have invested? does it serves yours purpose well? doe you feel comfortable working on it?

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Don’t get OLED for browser windows or just PC use in general.

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Instead of buying 55/60" TV and using it for two browser(wont fit properly on screen anyways)

Better get 2 or 4 Monitors (28"). Arrange them as per your need
Monitor and TV are for different purpose(Their is a reason why all those stock traders keep multiple monitors instead of just 1 large TV)Monitor will serve you better and will be cheaper as well.

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hese wrote:

Did you buy any? Any update?

Nope, OLED has burn in problems. Will either go for QLED this year or wait for another year or two.

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