Are decent low-latency 4:4:4 1080p TVs still a thing?
The best and one of the cheapest LCDs I've owned has been the LG 32LD450. It's 1080p, 4:4:4, low latency for a TV of its day, and the one I found has an IPS or IPS Alpha panel in it. I've had it for 10 years as my main PC monitor.
I need something similar in 40". I don't want to risk buying a 10-year-old display, and the LD450 has an issue that precludes it from my current project anyway.
I tried to find a similar TV 4-5 years ago and ended up with the abominable Samsung J6200. The ghosting makes playing most games a dreadful experience, after some years use it began to burn in every scene held for more than a few minutes at 3/20 backlight (never been higher), and it really only works passably for film (at least before the perpetual burn-in began). After a lot of research, I felt that was the best I could do at the time.
Is there a TV still on the market that fits these needs?:
Low latency (for a TV)
Preferably not a budget panel tech unless things have improved substantially since I shopped last
Do TVs like this still exist? I'm not even sure if they still did when I bought the J6200... 4k is not an option due to scaling and processing limitations inherent to the project.