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I had that lg 42le5200 Its not 120 hz. its 60 hz with a sublay thats 120. I had it for 2 hours and shipped it back. They say its a isp led. but im fond of faster refrest rates for gaming 120hz or nothing. Anyways, you cant get a better picture then a plasma . ya they are hotter but image is Good nice. But the tv was nice but i just got the plasma and wanted a bigger screen for pc. the plasma i feel the delay on so i will stick with the 24 inch 120 tn panel. but ya 5200 was nice.
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I had that lg 42le5200 Its not 120 hz. its 60 hz with a sublay thats 120. I had it for 2 hours and shipped it back. They say its a isp led. but im fond of faster refrest rates for gaming 120hz or nothing. Anyways, you cant get a better picture then a plasma . ya they are hotter but image is Good nice. But the tv was nice but i just got the plasma and wanted a bigger screen for pc. the plasma i feel the delay on so i will stick with the 24 inch 120 tn panel. but ya 5200 was nice.
I don't want another plasma... its already hot enough in my room with my computer running, xbox 360, mini fridge and other various electronics. The main reason I need a new tv is because of the heat.
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I got LG SL90, compared to the classic one my little brother has the popular 5500 series I believe. Different inbuild SSAO and classified picture(he modified picture like that). =/

SL90 different are glossy and tradional high powering LED color, Therefore it looks better than natural views. O btw it won't blind you eye.
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I play mostly FPS such as, Call Of Duty, Homefront, BFBC2 ect.
Go the Samsung C650 then. I would of recommended the EX500 but has decent input lag. LG TVs are generally quite average. Visio's are all over the place quality wise.
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Samsung LN40C630
Amazon.com: Samsung LN40C630 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black): Electronics

Add to cart and proceed to checkout to see the price. Should be $680~. I bought this set brand new from sears right after christmas. Replaced a 32" Vizio. It's a night and day difference. The menu setup is much more robust(something you WILL appreciate as time goes by) and has plenty of inputs. Not to mention, it's just plain sexy .

2010 model
120Hz(looks amazing)
4 hdmi
turn-table stand(love it)
non-glossy screen(0 glare)

Before buying this tv I would just get cheap budget brands like Vizio or Dynex. Not anymore. Don't punish yourself, spend a little more to roll with the big boys. Get a Samsung.
I recommend this samsung as well. My father purchased the larger and better 46" 650 model and its awesome! The image is crisp and just beautiful with very bright colors.

You can plug in a flash drive and watch movies which is something not all TV's have.
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Go the Samsung C650 then. I would of recommended the EX500 but has decent input lag. LG TVs are generally quite average. Visio's are all over the place quality wise.
I have the LNC550 that my kids play the PS3 on and BC2 looks amazing. Even HD television looks fantastic...I wouldn't hesitate to buy another. They can be found for around $900 if you shop around
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I wouldn't go for Samsung, they got display problem. O btw If peeps think LG are low quality, they actually pretty much scored first place on the CES.

If you check on forums such as AVS. They dislike LED because.

1. Color are unnatural to them
2. They viewpoint considering one of the previous 2009 LG model holy grace which my little brother has, by tuning them you got eyeview where you are walking in sunny desert and have no drinks for weeks and about to collapse. In general blurry, SSOA and super warmth color, which 2 of the function are directx11.

If you buy Samsung don't regret it with the problems. One of the many are unstable input lag.
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Philips 40" Class LCD 1080p 240Hz HDTV for $500
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Philips-40...5D-F7/14860126
Reviews are pretty good.
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Samsung LN40C630
Amazon.com: Samsung LN40C630 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black): Electronics

Add to cart and proceed to checkout to see the price. Should be $680~. I bought this set brand new from sears right after christmas. Replaced a 32" Vizio. It's a night and day difference. The menu setup is much more robust(something you WILL appreciate as time goes by) and has plenty of inputs. Not to mention, it's just plain sexy .

2010 model
120Hz(looks amazing)
4 hdmi
turn-table stand(love it)
non-glossy screen(0 glare)

Before buying this tv I would just get cheap budget brands like Vizio or Dynex. Not anymore. Don't punish yourself, spend a little more to roll with the big boys. Get a Samsung.
i got the 46 inch version if this same tv (LN46C630) at amazon for 850$ with no tax and free shipping. my sister still had the trial of amazon prime, so the tv got here in 2 days.

i am very pleased with the tv. i am also glad that i went with the 46inch version instead of the 40 inch i originally planned.

i looked at tv's at bestbuy, and this tv had the best picture to me... so i went and got it on amazon so that i dont have to pay tax or hassle with getting the thing home.

the tv picture settings need tweaking out of the box, but someone on this forum gave me a great calibration settings that i just put into the tv and now the picture looks great.

the only thing thats a bit problematic is the motion blur reduction and judder reduction. although these settings work fine on most shows, some shows on my hd cable dont look good with them... instead of removing judder, it makes it more apparent. i just ended up turning this feature off and its better this way. i turn it on only when i want to. turning it on gives the soap opera effect which i only like on a few shows. there are also some minor artifacts during some movies... but i dunno if its the tv or the hd cable... i think its the hd cable though.

overall i'd recommend this tv. i am very pleased with it. i give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. its great for its price.
Edited by Buka The Earthworm - 5/23/11 at 9:47pm
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