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If possible can you do an input lag test on a Sony XBR-65X950B? I appreciate your hard work and continually updating your database for us.
It may be apples to oranges but Hdtvtest.co.uk tested the X9005 4k screen and got 41ms Leo Bodnar and 32ms the old fashioned way. Good but not nearly as fast as their Bravia 1080p sets! This seems to be the story of the 4k sets so far.
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I believe, without exception, all the 4K scaling that is happening in the current crop of sets out there introduces significant lag.

That Really Large River store has an LG 55" 4K that's within $200 of an LG 1080p set.........with the 4K set you get HDMI 2.0 and the new streaming codec to do 4K feeds from netflix, etc, you even get to watch BD 3D with passive glasses at full HD I believe......but forget gaming. Which is tragic when you're like me, and currently looking for a 55" set....because that LG4K would have found a home.


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I guess nobody still has any input lag results for the 50" 2014 Vizio E?
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It may be apples to oranges but Hdtvtest.co.uk tested the X9005 4k screen and got 41ms Leo Bodnar and 32ms the old fashioned way. Good but not nearly as fast as their Bravia 1080p sets! This seems to be the story of the 4k sets so far.
I saw that, it was kind of a relief to see since most other 4k sets have a much higher input lag. The Samsung UNxxHU9000 hasa 73ms input lag which is horrendous. I am coming from a Sony w900a 1080p set with a 17ms, seeing these higher numbers was making me a little nervous if 40ms would be noticeable or not.

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I saw that, it was kind of a relief to see since most other 4k sets have a much higher input lag. The Samsung UNxxHU9000 hasa 73ms input lag which is horrendous. I am coming from a Sony w900a 1080p set with a 17ms, seeing these higher numbers was making me a little nervous if 40ms would be noticeable or not.
Is the 17ms measured with a camera or the Leo Bodnar device?

Not sure if you'd notice it or not but it will always be in the back of your mind if you lose a game of CoD or fail a reversal in SF!
I've given up this pursuit and just game with a BenQ gaming monitor now. I miss the picture, immersion and proper motion handling my plasma gave me but my back is thanking me for not slouching on the couch anymore.

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I saw that, it was kind of a relief to see since most other 4k sets have a much higher input lag. The Samsung UNxxHU9000 hasa 73ms input lag which is horrendous. I am coming from a Sony w900a 1080p set with a 17ms, seeing these higher numbers was making me a little nervous if 40ms would be noticeable or not.
I've owned 2 16ms capable sets, another that was 32ms, then 34ms, another than was 46ms(terrible) and an LG that dipped over that(yikes!). I've done so many comparisons between these sets and my lag free CRT. :P There's even a noticeable difference between 16ms and 32ms, going to 40ms? No thanks...been there, done that. never again. :P it may be ok for some, but playing platformes in 40ms and up feel heavy, unintuitive, clunky and no where near as fun. My rule of thumb is 'hell no' to anything past 32ms/2 frames.

My last S60 even wasn't 'that' great....34ms, by no means bad. but expect your character to have a little more weight and slight sluggishness to them and this right here hampers the fun factor. You do adjust, but with me there's always that what if....what if i were playing on a lag free set or even a 16ms set. would i be having more fun and getting the experience/controls the developer originally intended? you bet!
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Is the 17ms measured with a camera or the Leo Bodnar device?

Not sure if you'd notice it or not but it will always be in the back of your mind if you lose a game of CoD or fail a reversal in SF!
I've given up this pursuit and just game with a BenQ gaming monitor now. I miss the picture, immersion and proper motion handling my plasma gave me but my back is thanking me for not slouching on the couch anymore.
Haha I hear you on that one, and yes it was tested with the Leo Bodnar device via displaylag.com as well as other sites.


The F8000 Samsung TV that I tried had terrible lag that was completely noticeable. I was playing GTA 5 and it made me just turn off my game. The Sony w900a is one of the best TV's regarding input lag and PQ, I wanted to make the 4k jump and the XBR-65x950b has been one the best PQ sets that I have seen, adding the fact that it has the lowest input lag of current 4k TVs it seems like a winner.


I unfortunately cannot do a dedicated gaming TV, just don't have the room for it. That's why I am trying to find a happy medium with a great 4k TV and a gaming TV as well. Sometimes its not only the lag through the TV but through the ISP as well (currently have Fios 75/35 speeds), I am just hoping 40ms will not be noticeable compared to the 17ms I am using now.

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Haha I hear you on that one, and yes it was tested with the Leo Bodnar device via displaylag.com as well as other sites.


The F8000 Samsung TV that I tried had terrible lag that was completely noticeable. I was playing GTA 5 and it made me just turn off my game. The Sony w900a is one of the best TV's regarding input lag and PQ, I wanted to make the 4k jump and the XBR-65x950b has been one the best PQ sets that I have seen, adding the fact that it has the lowest input lag of current 4k TVs it seems like a winner.


I unfortunately cannot do a dedicated gaming TV, just don't have the room for it. That's why I am trying to find a happy medium with a great 4k TV and a gaming TV as well. Sometimes its not only the lag through the TV but through the ISP as well (currently have Fios 75/35 speeds), I am just hoping 40ms will not be noticeable compared to the 17ms I am using now.
The panasonic AX800u is just as fast as the Sony.

Why not wait until the next generation of 4k sets? It's not like there's a lot to watch in 4k right now and the prices are ridiculous. It was the same thing with 3d just a few years ago-- you used to pay through the nose for a 3d equipped tv and now it's baked into every set practically for free.
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