Just a quick update. 3 days back, I watched the Leafs VS Senators and the game was amazingly perfect. The sports mode made it even better. I was vividly able to see the holes in the Jerseys, the Senators logo on the puck, it's so breathtaking picture quality.
I was looking at getting the Vizio M series - BUT one of the SERIOUS shortcomings for future proofing that TV is it only has ONE 2.0 HDMI port - and I figure I'll need one for hooking up to my computer (as I do now in 4K at 60 Hz), and two more for a 4K Rogers box and a 4K Blu Ray player - and possibly more for future needs.
Very true, I also have this set. You can mitigate this problem by using an AVR that supports HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 - feed all equipment into it, then only one HDMI input is required on the TV.
But...this set also does not support HDR (deep color). Still looks great when playing UHD content though!
That is the frame rate of your new TV , Also check if it has 2 TWO prossesing engines like you need for 3-D shows , On the 4-K the picture will drop to 1080 to show the 3-D show .
Using the proper HDMI outlet is a must also check if the connectors are gold plated .
Right , Sony as expensive as it is still sets the standard . Another good one was Zenith .
Also a couple big boxes with blue and yellow RG-45 , laying around , right ? also usb cables ,, 1 ,, 2 ,,,, ans 3 USB and each one will use a different driver . But now most mew tv's will come with fibre-optics and Tos-Link from Toshiba .