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Im in the market for a tv between 55 and 60 inches but looking at all these different ones that have all the 3d stuff is confusing. Few things I know I want 1080p plenty of hdmi ports 120hz or higher great picture quality LED. My budget less than 1800. Quick question on the ones that are 3d do you have to always wear the glass's when watching regular tv shows I heard it doesn't look right if your not wearing them even while watching regular hdtv?
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Only 3D programming will be distorted without the glasses, Normal HD/Standard programming works just fine. Check out newegg for some good deals thumb.gif.
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3D tech for TV is gimmicky, and a fad that many consumers aren't buying into. I would love/recommend the Samsung 120Hz LEDs

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Uh, just watching TV shows or console gaming as well?
When do you watch the TV?
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Yea pretty much, just tv shows and movies on the weekend. I have directv was thinking what would be cool is to have one that would use wireless internet to play movies and shows from netflix or hulu. I have a friend that has one but she doesn't know how to use all this stuff.
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I recommend you go into a store and take a look at them in person. Personally, I Love Samsung Displays. But the Sharp Quattron's are amazing. I'm also in the market, and that's what I am buying.
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post #7 of 7
Quote:
Originally Posted by AIpha View Post

I recommend you go into a store and take a look at them in person.

Which is actually one of the most flawed ways to do it.
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