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  1. Following on from asking who had yet joined the current gen and from seeing someone mention they didn't have a HD TV yet, I'm just curious as to what screen the console gamers here are using for their gaming? I know just stating resolutions isn't answering the whole story, as a Panny plasma is vastly different to some cheap supermarket 1080p set but I felt adding even more options for Plasma, LCD, OLED etc could get a bit much. I also included projectors separately as they are highly different in terms of cost and set up. Personally I have used a 720p Panny projector showing a 96" picture for years, I was impressed with how games looked on it on PS4 and Bone. I've recently bought a 2016 Sony W8 49" 1080p TV and I can definitely see the difference though, Battlefield 4 immediately looked more detailed and crisp. I'd love next to upgrade the projector to a 1080p model and run the screen a bit bigger. 'So'... what do you use and are you happy with it, or are you planning on upgrading for the shiny new Xbox One S / PS4 Pro? I avoided adding 'so' to the beginning on the title this time as I saw someone annoyed by that and it feels a bit 'Gaf.
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