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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824002525

Something with these specs or better is what I'm looking for response time wise. I can NOT find a 40-50 inch S-IPS display. I'd like HDMI, bright display, and price is not an issue. 2550x1600 would be awesome too.

Why the hell don't they make displays like this? I'd literally pay THOUSANDS for one if I knew where to get one. I want a 40inch+ display that looks better than my S-IPS monitor. EVERYTHING in Sony style is garbage, EVERYTHING at microcenter is garbage, even the dell ultrasharp doesn't look as good. Iv'e never seen a display look as good as my monitor I dropped $680 for in 2007, why can't they make more S-IPS? because AMOLED looks nice, but can not touch IPS in color accuracy. it's not just about black levels, contrast ratio, Hz, response time. THESE ARE THE WRONG NUMBERS TO BUY A TV FROM.

Basically I'm looking for a 40-50 inch S-IPS panel that I can literally photo edit on better than my current S-IPS and would LOVE 2550x1600, but isn't that big an issue...6ms or less response is ideal to prevent ghosting, contrast doesn't matter at all, anything past 450nits brightness is fine... 178 viewing is a must, or it is not IPS, S-IPS panel technology is a must for me.

Iv'e literally gone to sony style, they tried to tell me they had the best TV's in the world, then I walked up their tv, said "this tv is garbage, see how the colors smear all across the screen, making avatar look even more like a cartoon?" and the guy looked at me weird and said they have excelent TV's. I then said, "Look closely at the subpixel array, see how it is horizontal, and not vertical? This means it's a crappy Twisted Nematic display." I then digressed to him, talking about how the TN crystals have Digital to Analog converters that convert RGB code into voltage that goes into electrodes which emit small EM fields to control the degree in how much the crystals will twist, which in turn will block light up to 192 shades of light each sub pixel, giving a total of 7.07 million real colors in 6 bit, but TN panels will use adjacent sub pixels to fill in color, that's why avatar looked so smeared in color to me. IPS doesn't have this problem because each sub pixel blocks 256 shades of light, yielding 16.7 million true colors, in a vertical sub pixel array, with better viewing angles, and an overall more natural image.

After I said twisted nematic, the sales rep was completely lost, to sum it up, The best TV's sold in outlet stores that money can buy look like complete garbage to me.I need to find a large display with the quality I'm looking for.

I doubt I'll ever even find one, and the link I provited is an Active matrix TFT display, and will not suffice, at all.
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You won't find any monitors in the 40"+ range, therefore the highest resolution TV you'll find is 1920x1080. You also won't find any OLED monitors/TVs either. If you want to get something that large that rivals S-IPS or the likes, look into Plasma TVs. Since they display actual black colours, you'll get some amazing colours. Since Pioneer don't produce TVs anymore, I think they've sold their Plasma technology to Panasonic, so look out for new Panasonic TVs. Pioneer KURO Black TVs where one of *the* best TVs available during their time.
    
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You won't find any monitors in the 40"+ range, therefore the highest resolution TV you'll find is 1920x1080. You also won't find any OLED monitors/TVs either. If you want to get something that large that rivals S-IPS or the likes, look into Plasma TVs. Since they display actual black colours, you'll get some amazing colours. Since Pioneer don't produce TVs anymore, I think they've sold their Plasma technology to Panasonic, so look out for new Panasonic TVs. Pioneer KURO Black TVs where one of *the* best TVs available during their time.

I love plasma's. I really do, but what about burn in? I'd prefer not to have to deal With this huge issue. My friend's Runco plasma looks better than any tv I've ever seen.
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Don't worry about burn in, just get a plasma.

And Kuros STILL have the lowest black levels out of any plasmas. It's just that (long story short) getting black levels that low costs a lot of money, and Pioneer was the only company that said "screw costs, let's make the best plasma we can". Everyone else, while they can get the same black levels, choose not to because it's more profitable to keep their prices competitive.

As long as consumers don't really care, the companies don't care either.
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