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To experience the full potential of Xbox One X, you need to use it along with a capable TV. Thanks to its 6 teraflops of graphical processing power, Xbox One X delivers true 4K gaming experience. It supports HDR technology that will allow you to experience richer, more luminous colors in games. With a higher contrast ratio between lights and darks plus Wide Color Gamut, you can enjoy the true visual depth of games. Apart from supporting great games, Xbox One X is also a great media player. It supports 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs and you can also stream 4K HDR videos from Netflix, Amazon, and other streaming services.
Even though Xbox One X will support a wide range of TVs, the cutting edge OLED TVs are the most preferred ones to use along with it. Thanks to the OLED display’s ability to produce deep and dark blacks, 4K HDR content coming from Xbox One X looks amazing on these TVs. When you look at the current set of OLED TVs available in the market right now, we think LG’s OLED TV lineup is the best.
If you don’t want to spend several thousand dollars on an OLED TV, check out the LG B7 OLED TV. This entry-level model of LG’s OLED lineup comes with the same display panel which is found on LG’s premium $10,000 OLED TVs. LG B7 TV model will allow you to enjoy great visual experience without compromising on the price. The 55-inch LG B7 costs just $1,600 on Amazon right now. If you want somewhat better looking and better sounding model, check out the 55-inch LG C7 OLED model which costs about $1,800 on Amazon right now. Based on our experience, these are the two OLED TVs which will greatly complement your Xbox One X. You can order LG’s OLED TVs using the below links,
- LG Electronics OLED55B7A 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2017 Model)
- LG Electronics OLED55C7P 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV (2017 Model)
For people who prefer LED over OLED, check out Samsung’s Q7F QLED TV which costs about $1,600 and offers visual experience comparable to the above LG OLED TVs.