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post #4141 of 4184
hi,

i am searching inputlag for sony 42w802. i only found for 47 and 55 one. maybe its the same, maybe not.
post #4142 of 4184
Hello everyone, I have another small update just in time for the next generation consoles. The following Sony HDTVs were added to the input lag database:


(24″) Sony SVL24147CXB LED Touch PC

(32″) Sony KDL-32W650A LED HDTV

(65″) Sony KDL-65W850A 3D LED HDTV

(65″) Sony KDL-65S990A 3D LED HDTV

(55″) Sony XBR-55X850A 4K 3D LED HDTV

(65″) Sony XBR-65X850A 4K 3D LED HDTV

(65″) Sony XBR-65X900A 4K 3D LED HDTV


Also, these displays were added in the beginning of October:


(42″) Hitachi LE42S606 LED HDTV

(32″) JVC EM32T LED HDTV

(32″) JVC LT-32DE73 LED HDTV

(50″) LG 50LA6970 3D LED HDTV

(40″) Samsung UN40F5500 LED HDTV

(43″) Samsung PN43F4550 Plasma HDTV

(46″) Samsung UN46F5500 LED HDTV

(50″) Samsung UN50F5500 LED HDTV

(51″) Samsung PN51F4550 Plasma HDTV

(65″) Samsung UN65F7050 3D LED HDTV

(32″) Vizio M321i-A2 LED HDTV

(40″) Vizio M401i-A3 LED HDTV

(47″) Vizio M471i-A2 LED HDTV

(55″) Vizio Vizio M551d-A2 3D LED HDTV

(80″) Vizio M801d-A3 3D LED HDTV


All of these displays, and many more can be found here: http://www.displaylag.com/display-database/
post #4143 of 4184
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Originally Posted by FourWude View Post

Hello everyone, I have another small update just in time for the next generation consoles. The following Sony HDTVs were added to the input lag database:

Excellent work FourWude!

And man, Sony is kicking butt in the input-lag war!
post #4144 of 4184
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Originally Posted by beerninja View Post

Put your receiver into "Direct" video mode, or at the very least the "Through" video mode. I'm on an 818 and if you choose "Direct" then it passes it through with no scaling or processing whatsoever. If you choose "Through" then it will put it through with no processing, but it will add scaling. If you choose "game" then it will put it through with minimal processing plus scaling.

thanks for the suggestion, i tried game and direct mode with the leo bodnar device and the difference is rather insignificant:
totals:
40ms in direct
44ms in game

think i´m gonna go with a hdmi splitter, any recommendations?
post #4145 of 4184
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Originally Posted by dahive View Post

thanks for the suggestion, i tried game and direct mode with the leo bodnar device and the difference is rather insignificant:
totals:
40ms in direct
44ms in game

think i´m gonna go with a hdmi splitter, any recommendations?
I would just look at monoprice.com. They have multiple choices, for great prices.
post #4146 of 4184
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Originally Posted by ElectronicTonic View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by dahive View Post

thanks for the suggestion, i tried game and direct mode with the leo bodnar device and the difference is rather insignificant:
totals:
40ms in direct
44ms in game

think i´m gonna go with a hdmi splitter, any recommendations?
I would just look at monoprice.com. They have multiple choices, for great prices.

 

MediaBridge & MonoPrice are the two companies I trust for cables and related items.  You can find their stuff on amazon too.

post #4147 of 4184
hmm, i´m in europe so monoprice isn´t (easily) available.
generally speaking, an active splitter is preferable to a passive one?
post #4148 of 4184
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Originally Posted by dahive View Post

hmm, i´m in europe so monoprice isn´t (easily) available.
generally speaking, an active splitter is preferable to a passive one?
Yes, unless it's a very short distance.
post #4149 of 4184
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Originally Posted by FourWude View Post

(32″) Sony KDL-32W650A LED HDTV
How come other people who tested the W65 tvs with the Leo Bodnar machine found the input lag to be around 15ms ... and you say it is 30ms !!!???
Is this real ?

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-kdl42w653-201308113237.htm

http://www.avforums.com/threads/sony-w6-input-lag-test-results.1783914/
post #4150 of 4184
They tested the European 42" version, and I tested the NTSC 32" version. It's very possible that there are differences between the processors and panels.
post #4151 of 4184
well, bought an active splitter, looks like i´m set (measured 20-21ms for the new setup). ps4 eu launch can´t come soon enough...
post #4152 of 4184
Brought a LG 47LH30 several years ago because of it low input lag. Just curious as to whether the new 2013 models have improved and whether they would best the LG LH30?
post #4153 of 4184
Quote:
Originally Posted by FourWude View Post

(32″) Sony KDL-32W650A LED HDTV

Disappointing. I was certain it would have been my next purchase after seeing the results of the 42".

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Originally Posted by jgman View Post

Brought a LG 47LH30 several years ago because of it low input lag. Just curious as to whether the new 2013 models have improved and whether they would best the LG LH30?

Quick search says no.
post #4154 of 4184
Anyone test any of the monoprice splitters for lag, I have a pile of consoles here now with the ps4 and xbox one now been added to my collection.
post #4155 of 4184

Is it possible to find lag input timings on capture devices? For instance, video gamers use recording capture devices to stream or record gameplay. Products such as Blackmagic Intensity Pro/Shuttle, Elgato, and many more. Also splitters such as the Sewell SW-23500, Orei HD-102, and the ViewHD which I forget the model number.

post #4156 of 4184
I've tested a few splitters and switches, and none of them added any input lag. That's not to say that it's possible though.
post #4157 of 4184
thanks thats good to know
post #4158 of 4184
http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=101&cp_id=10110&cs_id=1011002&p_id=5557&seq=1&format=2


going to give this try. has one optical out for the receiver and one hdmi for the display . hope it works well
post #4159 of 4184
Ive got xbox one, ps4, 360, and ps3 all running through it to a redmere slim hdmi out and all the sound from them coming out the optical 5.1 and dts . works perfect.
post #4160 of 4184
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Originally Posted by addict gamer View Post

Ive got xbox one, ps4, 360, and ps3 all running through it to a redmere slim hdmi out and all the sound from them coming out the optical 5.1 and dts . works perfect.
Glad everything is working for you. Happy gaming!
post #4161 of 4184

Hi , i wish i had read this forums before purchasing my new tv that i almost hating right now , past month i saw this tv SHARP LC60LE650U at a amazing price ( for my country mexico) and loved it , i am a gamer since 1999 and thought that all my games , i actually own a ps3 , xbox 360 , PC will look very nice in this tv so i bought it . The issue is that when i plugged in my consoles i experienced a input lag beyond limit (game mode on ) , really made all my favorite games unplayable, i play street fighter , mortal kombat , injustice , call of duty , devil may cry so i searched the web and the tv has 58ms lag! near 4 frames on delay , so now i dont know what to do with the tv , here in mexico there is no return policy so what do you recommend?

 

P.D sorry for the bad english XD if any :)

post #4162 of 4184
Is it safe to say the lag on the Samsung UN50EH5300 would be the same as the UN40EH5300?
post #4163 of 4184
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Originally Posted by theslug View Post

Is it safe to say the lag on the Samsung UN50EH5300 would be the same as the UN40EH5300?
I would think so. Also, if you label the source "PC", you'll get about 3ms less lag. I picked up a UN40EH5300, and tested it. It calibrates quite well too.
post #4164 of 4184
Can you guys recommend something in the 32-42" range that would be good for gaming and still have "smart tv" functions? The wife has given me the green light to buy a TV for the bedroom. We prefer plasma but since she might let me play Xbox on it every now and then I guess I should be looking at LED now. There are three windows to one side of where the TV will mount as well. I can make it dark but we don't want to always want to be watching in the dark. Most viewing will be the wifes shows through Netflix and Amazon.
post #4165 of 4184
I'm trying to figure out the best connection setup for my system. My big question is how much ms lag does a AV proccessor/Receiver ad to my setup? Based on a recent post in this thread with a LeoBodnar my guess is 21-25ms. I mainly play games like Gran Turismo and FPS's.


My setup

TV Sony 46hx929 (30ms camera rating) So 40-45ms if tested with a LeoBodnar?

AV Proccessor Marantz AV7005
HDMI Auto Lip Sync off
HDMI Control ON
Video Mode Game
Video Convert OFF

PS4 and PS3
post #4166 of 4184
What to do with a Sony KD-34XS955N? I'm going to miss the wonderful picture and low input lag with my old SNES games, but we are starting to remodel the living room and my wife wants the old tube moved out in favor of my Pioneer plasma. The unit has been calibrated and still looks amazing but I don't think someone will want it (and I certainly don't want to ship it anywhere). I even have the matching stand. I've been asking friends but no one wants it. Any ideas?
post #4167 of 4184

@FourWude

 

hi,

 

i have bought a leo lagtester several weeks ago and i wonder how your tvs are set up for the measures.

when the panellightning is set to max, the leo tester will measure a lower lag. how do you measure ?

with calibrated setting, or with settings to get the lowest inputlag ?

 

best reagrds,

Tatti

post #4168 of 4184
Hello,

I'm looking for a big tv to both watch movies with a great picture, and play games with excellent response time (SFIV, COD, etc.).

I've been to the displaylag.com website and have been back and forth on a few tvs

So far I'm looking at the 80" Vizio M801d-A3, Samsung UN75F6300, and 2 Sony's the 70" KDL-70R550A and the 65" KDL-65W850A .

I currently have a Samsung UN55D8000 which I love. It is a few years old now and I'm looking for a larger tv for the living room.

On displaylag, they don't have the Samsung 6300 but they do have 6400 which has a lag time of 39ms.

My 2 questions are:


Does anyone know if the input lag for the Samsung F6300 is the same as the 6400?

and

Of those 4 listed, or if there's another large tv that I didn't list that would be good, which would give the best picture for movies and the best lag response? So far the KDL-65W850A has the best lag response at 18ms, but it's not as large as the others obviously and I haven't seen it in person so I don't know what the picture looks like.

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
post #4169 of 4184

hi,

 

the f6300 (60") has a inputlag of 43ms (leo bodnar lagtester) in gaming mode. maybe it will be lower when the hdmi input is labeld to PC. i doesnt tested this setting, because i dont like it.

 

regards,

Tatti

post #4170 of 4184
I'm wondering what the lowest input lag 32" screen available is. I have my eye on a Samsung UN32EH5000 at the moment.
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