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  1. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Hey, I'm planning out upgrades to my existing Gaming/Home Theater setup. The features I want to simultaneously take advantage of are: Dolby Vision/Atmos My room isn't suited for rear surround, so will be using front and/or rear height speakers GSync/FreeSync/VRR on my gaming PC Should I...
  2. Xbox Area
    Hey guys, as someone who is purchasing the next gen series of consoles, one topic that always seems to cause a little bit of stir is VRR and LFC. There seems to be 2 different implementations of VRR that Xbox supports, which is HDMI Forum VRR and Freesync. The Xbox One/Series supports Freesync...
  3. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Hello, I recently purchased a denon x2700h with the hope of being able to use vrr via passtrough. The TV is a Samsung nu8049 and the console is a xbox one x. When used without the avr in the chain it works fine, but when used via passtrough the screen goes to black one or two seconds every...
  4. AVS Forum® Articles
    Having a good TV to game on is the difference between appreciating all the work that went into the game and having only a vague idea. It might also be the difference between a win and a loss online. If you’re looking for a new TV to game on, check out our list. We are committed to finding...
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    In recent years, TVs have focused on gamers by reducing input lag and allowing for high refresh rates. As a result, monitors are no longer the only game in town when it comes to high-performance gaming displays. But until recently, there was one huge difference between TVs and dedicated gaming...
  6. OLED Technology and Flat Panels General
    As the subject says. I'm mostly interested in VRR for the Xbox One X as I sold my UN60JU7100FXZA rather than pay to move it to Mexico with me and want a new 4K with VRR. I actually prefer WebOS and LG TVs but if they won't have VRR in their 2019 models(or those won't be out til January) I will...
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