PS4 Pro HDR 4K TV Buyer’s Guide: Five Sets to Get the Most Out of Your Games

on November 16, 2016 9:49 AM

Thanks to Sony’s PS4 Pro (and next year’s ‘Project Scorpio’ from Microsoft) we are officially in the era of 4K consoles. Unfortunately, buying the right 4K TV to go alongside your shiny new machine can be  alittle tricky. We recently published an article about why you should steer clear from the 4K TV “deals” out there this black friday. This helped clear the air for some but left others not knowing where to turn when the time comes to jump into 4K. And we are here to help.

We decided in to call in the reinforcements from B & H Photo Video in New York City. We spoke with Sales Trainer Anthony Tiletnick about everything there is to know about buying a 4K TV for your PS4 Pro. Anthony filled us in on a handful of different model 4K TVs (at various price points) that gamers should keep their eyes on. When choosing sets to present Anthony kept in mind what’s important for gamers who are looking to take advantage of what 4K console gaming has to offer. You can check out the video below. Underneath the video we’ve linked to where you can pick up the TVs we featured in the clip.

Featured 4K TVs from the video (in order of appearance):

Vizio – M Series

Samsung – KS8000

Sony – XBR X850D

Samsung – KS9500

LG – E6

B-Roll Footage YouTube Sources (in order of appearance):

Tomb RaiderRise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration 4K PS4 Pro Footage

Vizio – 2016 VIZIO SmartCast™ M-Series Home Theater Display

DailytekkSamsung KS8000 8 Series 4K HDR TV Review

CanoopsySony X850D 4K HDR Android TV Review! (BEST 4K TV 2016?)

Digital TrendsSamsung KS9500 SUHD 4K LED TV

LG GlobalCES 2016 LG – LG SIGNATURE OLED TV

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Joel Taveras is one of the founding members of DualShockers. He hails from New York City where he lives with his wife and two sons. During his tenure with the site, he's held every position from news writer to community manager to editor in chief. Currently he manages the behind the scenes and day-to-day operations at the publication.