I think I am almost ready to get a new TV. I think I have a semi-difficult room for a TV setup. The wall opposite the TV has a big window, 1 wall is open to the kitchen and the other wall has a set of French Doors. I attached the link to two photos. They also show the current position of my Samsung DLP.
This TV is used any time of day or night. It will be our main viewing TV. I have RG6, power and Cat6 run to the wall behind the Samsung. There is a plug/outlet on the wall at about 4.5' off the ground. I plan to mount the new TV to the wall to save some floor space. You can see the electronics cabinet in the corner.
I was leaning toward a LCD/LED with a matte screen (Like the Sharp LEDs).
I spoke with Chris at Cleveland Plasma and he likes the Panasonic Plasma TV.
I spent a couple minutes watching my Father-in-laws plasma and it was like looking into a mirror at the right/wrong angles.
Distance from the window to the mounting location is just over 17'
Viewing Distance from the couch to the mounting location is just over 13'
Would an angled mounting bracket get rid of the light from the window? I'm thinking no.
Other than a blackout treatment on the window, do you have any other ideas?