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Old 04-14-2017, 04:37 AM
 
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We live in a dome house, so a curved TV fits right in.

Actually not sure I'd recommend investing in one. Large format flexible and ultra thin TV's are just around the corner. This will be "up to" wall size and mount using magnets instead of the big mounts of today. In the next ten years TV will make huge strides. (To empty your wallet faster??)
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Old 04-14-2017, 10:10 AM
 
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We bought a curved 55" 4K Samsung tv a few months ago. We actually think there is less glare on it than was on our flat tv. And we don't always sit directly in front of the tv either. I don't notice any less quality from viewing from a more side angle than I do when viewing straight on. We have it mounted in a corner and honestly just looking at it you can't really tell it's curved.

That being said, any issue we have with the tv I think is due to it being 4k and not the curved-ness. Content that is not 1080p or higher doesn't look as good on the 4K tv as it does on our non-4K tv.
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