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Wow. Talk about baseless negative comments based upon no personal experience.

Dt_Freak1 is correct the Sony Bravia series has excellent picture quality terms of visual fidelity, definition, and crispness of contrast. Its the only reason why I bought mine after spending 45 minutes hands on at Futureshop looking at dozens of different models carefully scrutinizing every minute detail.

No need to bash a perfectly good brand and company..

What makes you say he has no personal experience? Maybe he also spent 45 minutes in a futureshop, which is about as much experience as my grandparents have when it comes to TV technology.

His post didn't come off a bash to me at all. They really aren't best-in-class for your money, and most review sites would point you elsewhere. No need to be upset that someone doesn't like your TV, people have different tastes and there are plenty of capable competitors that most people find to be better options for their money.
    
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My current TV is a 65" plasma by Panasonic. I spent an unhealthy amount of time researching online, reading reviews, looking at options and went with the Panasonic.

It was the highest rated TV in its class, best black levels, has built in wifi with all the major apps, such as Netflix.

I am a gamer and I always bought LCD/LED screen before, scared of plasma burn in, but that is a non-existent issue today and for overall picture quality I don't think an LED or LCD can touch a plasma screen.

I am generally a Samsung person however I noticed all the comparable Samsung TV's had a slight red hue when looking at the whites of the TV. I don't have an issue with Sony, they just price themselves out of the equation for a comparable product.


Regardless of the brand you chose I urge you to check out the TV in person before you purchase. Furthermore make sure you set the TV back to its factory defaults when viewing. Most retailers love to turn all the settings up to make everything pop. This lower the life of the TV over time and you lose definition and detail in the images.

I also recommend calibrating your TV. If nothing else use the calibration software that comes on most Blu Rays.
post #13 of 19
I've never had good luck with plasma's in terms of life span. With LED/LCD so far no issues. If I had to buy a TV today it would be LED and I would go with:

1) Samsung
2) Sony
3) LG
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4) Sharp
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5) Those one or two Vizio models that are better than the rest (and honestly, doubt I'd really truly consider them)

In that order based on a combination of quality vs value. In the case of Sony the quality is there but the value isn't, in the case of LG they're a good balance of both. For Samsung I find you get the best quality and value for the price. I find Sharp to be overpriced and overrated, but if you pick the right model and get it on sale, it's a good TV.
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My current TV is a 65" plasma by Panasonic. I spent an unhealthy amount of time researching online, reading reviews, looking at options and went with the Panasonic.

It was the highest rated TV in its class, best black levels, has built in wifi with all the major apps, such as Netflix.

I am a gamer and I always bought LCD/LED screen before, scared of plasma burn in, but that is a non-existent issue today and for overall picture quality I don't think an LED or LCD can touch a plasma screen.

I am generally a Samsung person however I noticed all the comparable Samsung TV's had a slight red hue when looking at the whites of the TV. I don't have an issue with Sony, they just price themselves out of the equation for a comparable product.


Regardless of the brand you chose I urge you to check out the TV in person before you purchase. Furthermore make sure you set the TV back to its factory defaults when viewing. Most retailers love to turn all the settings up to make everything pop. This lower the life of the TV over time and you lose definition and detail in the images.

I also recommend calibrating your TV. If nothing else use the calibration software that comes on most Blu Rays.

I have a 60" LED 240hz 7000 series Samsung and there is no red hue, however I did calibrate it a ton. The black levels are what impressed me the most, for an LED they're very good. Most other LED I saw kind of had that "construction paper black" type of tone to the black.
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My two cents :

Brands to trust : Samsung. Great picture, great features, great sound, but pricey.
Sony. Good picture, awesome features (going off the Bravia I owned), great sound, pricey.
Panasonic. Awesome picture.....that's about all I've gathered for them.

Sharp is good, but from what I understand and have experienced, they are prone to failure. Ive had my Aquos 60" LED for about 2 years now and its only gone bad once (under warranty).
LG used to be a forerunner....they have fallen out of the game as far as I'm concerned. Feel free to prove me wrong.

Plasma VS LED :
People used to think LED was behind plasma, and some others thought vise versa. both have made major improvements in the last few years though. They rest just about on par.
LED : if you're in a high light situation, such as a living room with windows.
Plasma : If you are in a darker area. Better for sports lovers.



Refresh rate (hz)
Higher is better.
A lot of TVs have "fake" refresh rates. It will take a 60hz signal and just re-apply frames to make it seem 120hz. Some people dislike this effect. Some however have real 120hz/240hz refresh rates.
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post #15 of 19
Wanting a plasma to get the best bang for your buck especially if you are going to be viewing it in a room that is not overloaded with windows and light due to glare issues with the glass screen. Panasonic IMO has the best plasma out bar none. They bought out Pioneer years ago for their plasma tech whom at that time produced the finest plasmas around just could not keep up with the demand for their extra large screens (100" ) Panasonic's lifespan is rated at 100,000 hrs. 600hz refresh rate is great for sports and gaming and the depth of color is amazing that only a high end LED LCD can come close to achieving and only with a full array panel.

For a room with a large amount of light LED would be the way to go and I would suggest for any size larger than 46-50" a refresh rate of 240Hz. i believe that 120Hz is sufficient for Sizes 50" and under.

Also, Vizio is not a Wal-Mart brand only brand as some may believe. Its just not widely carried by majority of stores.

Reccomended brands would be: Panasonic, Sony, Samsung, LG and I would recommend Vizio for a true budget LCD.

But unless you truely have an over abundence of light in the room I would go plasma. Price per performance is just unreal. 2cents.gif
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I like Samsung, but try 7000 series rather than 6K; 8K is pricey.
Generally, I prefer a TV brand that also produces its own LCD panels - Samsung, Phillips... don't know about Sony, Panasonic.
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post #17 of 19
After starting to buy new HDTV,s a few years back, I desided after a great amount of research on line and going to best buy/walmart/sears/ect.
To go with Panasonic plasma. I have 5 tvs in my house now because of the kids and gameing, they range from 27 inch to 50 inch.
So far I will say I will never buy anything but Panasonic plasma,s, I love the picture-easy to clean and the whole looks are great and the price is pretty dam good.

Even my sons gameing friends say they love theses tv,s and a couple have even asked there parents for one. Oldest tv is my 42 inch that is 5 years old now, newest is 1 year.
Not one prob with any of them. Plus they have great features to them that will please anyone.
    
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I love the quality of the picture on Panasonic Plasma's but I find Samsung LED has really caught up. I do agree that CR720hz isn't the same as a 600hz legit plasma, but 240hz is still good and the picture quality is definitely better than either of my dads Panasonic Plasma's. (Which I admit is saying a lot, because the picture quality on those things is amazing)

That having been said, both his plasma's have died for no reason once already. One within 3 months for no apparent reason (stopped turning on) and the other which was the much more expensive model died after just over a year. It got a gigantic black line down the side. He's the type to always get extended warranties and *knock on wood* the replacements are still OK, but I don't know anyone who has had an issue like that with their Samsung LED so far. I guess it's luck of the draw.
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Not sure why you said no to plasma, unless energy consumption is an issue, The picture cant be beat. My pc connect to my tv so smart tv features are meaningless. 3d is a waste. This is an awesome tv for a great price,

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/60-600hz-plasma-tv-1080p-3-hdmi/prod9360112.ip?sprodId=prod9360112
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