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post #5431 of 5455 Old 07-22-2014, 08:59 PM
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You will like the 4K better so it becomes a $900 choice. You can buy a lot of stuff for $900, like a 3d blu-ray player and a lot of 3d movies, but you'll always wonder if you should have gone 4K.
Have you compared the kdl 65w850a with the xbr 65x850b ? Aside from the 4K how do the two sets compare with HD content ?
I have the w850a and like it (returned a sharp q+ (s series)) . Need another set. Will the real world 4K picture be that much better.?
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Depending on how close you sit I would say probably not for regular TV viewing or even blu-ray. On the flip side, if you decide to try some 4k stuff from say Netflix you will see a difference or from a 4K blu-ray. Keep in mind that to enjoy 4K you not only have to pay extra for the TV itself but also for any 4k content. It really all boils down to value and that's an individual thing.
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I'm in the same boat here.. Trying to decide on the best 60" for around $1300-$1400. Leaning towards the Vizio M602i-B3 because of the positive response its getting, but I've always been a Samsung/Sony fan.

I'm looking for good PQ and would like to be able to do some occasional gaming without noticeable input lag. Any recommendation between these three? Vizio M602i-B3 vs Samsung UN60H6350 vs Sony KDL60W630B.
I ended up purchasing the Vizio M602i-B3. I went to Costco and they had the Vizio next to the Samsung UN60H6350 and I thought the Vizio looked better. The CNET review on the Samsung also mentioned that the picture quality was basically mediocre, so I ruled that one off. They had the Sony KDL60W630B, but it was off on an end corner and not next to another TV. I thought it looked good, but ended up not getting it because of the lack of reviews/information on that model. They didn't carry the Sharp, but I saw it in Best Buy and again thought it looked good. The only reason I ruled that off is because when I looked on Amazon it was listed for ~1150 from PaulsTV. I wouldn't have to pay tax with Pauls, but I guess they sold out because it switched back to sold by amazon.com and the price went up about a hundred dollars, and then I would have to pay tax. The Vizio is being delivered Friday.
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Howdy folks!


I have a 32 inch Panasonic TC-L32C3 in my bedroom that needs replacing.
I've come to realization that the general picture quality from this television is a bit blurry.

I've recently bought a 43 inch Samsung PN43F4500 (plasma) for the living room and the clarity is vastly superior.


1. Budget: $350
2. Seating distance: 4-8 feet
3. Size/placement limitations: 42 inches max (although my budget will probably hinder the size to 32 inches)
4. Uses and sources: Gaming on Wii U and Satellite from Dish Network
5. Room lighting: I live in a cave!


I hope there's a budget LCD out there for me!
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1. Budget- $400 max
2. 9 ft.
3. 37-40 inches
4. Connect to my computer just for watching movies and shows. HDMI
5. The room has a sunroof in the middle, plenty of natural light.
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I am looking for a 75 Inch tv
budget 1700 to 2200
15 feet viewing
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I am looking for a 75 Inch tv
budget 1700 to 2200
15 feet viewing
www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN75H6350-75-Inch-1080p-120Hz/dp/B00ID2HI7U/

for 75 inch you have to shed out $2800 for a proper tv or you ll have to look at a 65 inch tv to fit into your price range
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need help making a decision i have around $1500 to spend maybe a little more little less

i watch a bunch of comcast cable and i game on ps4 and xbox one a lot, also watch the occasional bluray

I WILL NOT BE USING THE 3D......i have one eye due to unlucky circumstances....it works just fine knock on wood**
i know the sonys have better input lag....but how is the picture quality?

the samsung is nice but doesnt do so hot with games 40ms input lag

at the very least which of those sony tvs are the better tv?

Sony W800B 50 or 55 inch
Sony W850B 60 inch
Samsung H7150 55 inch


id appreciate any help...im stuck in the Internets swirling pool of misinformation and fake reviews
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Hello,

We are looking to upgrade from our current Samsung DLP HLP5685W to a larger LED. We are looking at the Vizio 70" M701D-A3R and also the Samsung 65" UN65H6400AFXZA.


BUDGET:

$2000 but the less the better.

SEATING DISTANCE:

Approx. 15' from the wall to the center of the couch. We will also be able to see the TV from the open dining and kitchen area behind the living. It's an open floorplan.

SIZE PLACEMENT:

The room is pretty large but is a mess with all the kids toys and huge entertainment center. We will look to get rid of all that and try to have as clean an area/install as possible. I know something is needed for the components but I will likely look for a decent table / cabinet to sit under the tv and fish the cables behind the wall.

USES AND SOURCES:

35% Sports via Direct TV
20% Movies via Direct TV (HBO, etc)
20% Flipping through channels via Direct TV
15% Movies, shows via Netflix and Amazon Instant
10% Gaming with PS3/Blu Ray Movies

Components - Direct TV Genie, Samsung Blu-Ray Player, PS3. Have not decided on on sound. It will likely be a home theater in a box type...something budget friendly. We have a dedicated home theater in basement so this is primarily for everyday viewing..late night flipping and watching sports a lot of the time.


ROOM LIGHTING: The room has a lot of light. There are two windows on the side of the room about 12' apart and the other side is the foyer / frint door..that is about 15-20' from the viewing area.


OTHER: I know the Vizio M701D-A3R 70" is about $1899 at several places. Direct TV is giving us a $200 gift card for BJ's (similar to Sam's Club and Costco) but if BJ's doesn't have it we may just swap the card with someone who uses Costco and get it there.


Area that TV will go...please disregard the messy area...my 3 year old loves toys.



The only other question I had was what to do with my 8 yr old DLP. We got it about 8 years ago from Tiger Direct or another online retailer for about $2500. Circuit City (who?) had it for $3200 and would not price match. It has been GREAT. We have replaced the bulb a couple times (3-4) and actually just put a new one in about a month ago. Recently it has started acting up a little....maybe 2-3 times a week it flickers and gets a solid line across the bottom or will shut itself off and put a little "triangle" in the display on the pedestal. Not sure if it is a color wheel or something else...definitely above my pay grade. Works great 85% of the time and has served us well, but definitely time to upgrade. What is a reasonable expectation on trying to sell this 56" DLP? Not expecting much but hopefully don't have to just give it away either.


Thanks in advance! Any advice is welcomed and greatly appreciated.....
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We are looking to upgrade from our current Samsung DLP HLP5685W to a larger LED. We are looking at the Vizio 70" M701D-A3R and also the Samsung 65" UN65H6400AFXZA.
Avoid any 70" TV with the Sharp panel. They tend to develop unfixable white spots that are very annoying. Not sure if that model Vizio contains a Sharp panel or not. The non-3D Vizio 70" "A" model apparently does - that's the one that I've noticed with the white spot issue.

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What is a reasonable expectation on trying to sell this 56" DLP? Not expecting much but hopefully don't have to just give it away either.
Honestly, since it's obsolete and not working you'll be lucky to get some poor schlub to take it away for free. I can't see anyone giving you anything for it, but that's just MHO. I had the same issue with a 50" Sammy DLP (paid $3,200 for it new) that I had handed down to my parents. They ended up having to give it away just to get it out of the house.

Best of luck with whatever you decide to do...

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Avoid any 70" TV with the Sharp panel. They tend to develop unfixable white spots that are very annoying. Not sure if that model Vizio contains a Sharp panel or not. The non-3D Vizio 70" "A" model apparently does - that's the one that I've noticed with the white spot issue.
Can you elaborate a little on "sharp panel"? I am not overly familiar with that description...thanks in advance...
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Can you elaborate a little on "sharp panel"? I am not overly familiar with that description...thanks in advance...
Sorry, I was referring to the actual manufacturer of the LCD panel in the set. The 70" Vizio (non-3D) uses a Sharp panel, and shares the white spot issue with the lower-end Sharp Aquos 70" set. I saw both TVs next to each other at multiple stores, and both sets had developed the white spots.

I was ready to pull the trigger on one or the other, but after seeing how prevalent the white spots are on display units I decided against it. These sets are way too big to have to be schlepping them back if/when it happens at home.

It's hard to know what panels are used in what TVs, but just because the TV is Brand "X", doesn't necessarily mean it's a Brand "X" panel inside of it.
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new tv search

Celebrating my new home purchase with the search for a new tv.

1. Budget: Would like to be under 2k but I will say 3k is the absolute ceiling.

2. Seating distance: about 10 feet.

3. Size/placement limitations: no real limitations. Plan to wall mount.

4. Uses and sources: movies off a htpc, live sports, 3d. Directv. Xbox. Live sports are important and I actually like 3D (not sure I care between active/passive as long as it looks good). I use a htpc so the "smart features" I doubt I will ever care about. Also don't care about built in sound quality.

5. Room lighting: Windows on wall that is parallel. No Windows directly facing tv. Will have some darkening window treatment.

I (think)I want something in the 70" range. Maybe a little less could work. I keep going back and forth on going for 4k or not. Part of me feels it's silly to buy a new tv at this size now and not get 4k. The other part says it is pointless and wasted money. I am patiently waiting a good deal, but would rather purchase sooner than later (maybe a labor day deal?)

Curious what the recommendations would be? Some of the ones I've entertained are:
Sony kdl 70w850b
Lg 65la9700
Vizio m701d-a3r

There seem to be a ton of different Sharp models as well. Also do I need to be concerned about hdmi 2.0 if I don't get 4k?

Appreciate help.
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I am Looking for a 60 inch LED under $1200, primary use will be with PS4 and Wii U for games and netflix / Amazon prime videos
- I care mostly about image quality!
- I don't care about Smart TV functionnalities as I will be using all that from the PS4
- I will probably get a sound bar so sound doesn't matter much!
- I also don't care about 3D!

I would appreciate any help!!
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I am Looking for a 60 inch LED under $1200, primary use will be with PS4 and Wii U for games and netflix / Amazon prime videos
- I care mostly about image quality!
- I don't care about Smart TV functionnalities as I will be using all that from the PS4
- I will probably get a sound bar so sound doesn't matter much!
- I also don't care about 3D!

I would appreciate any help!!
www.amazon.com/Sharp-LC-60LE650U-60-inch-Aquos-1080p/dp/B00BG5M93Y/

A 60 inch SHARP around the $1000 mark
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I am looking for a TV between 55-60 inches. My budget is around 899. I have been looking at 3 different TVs.

Vizio M552I-B2 - 899
Vizio E600I-B3 - 849
LG 55LB6300 - 899\year of netflix

I have never owned a Vizio and am a little worried about that, but I have also seen that Vizio is getting pretty good reviews with this years models. I sit about 12 feet away. 50 50 on gaming an TV watching. I currently have Dish which with the Virtual Joey in the LG I could see as beneficial because I could get rid of the cable box. I just don't think the Vizio entry series might be a good idea. Thing like pixel tuning and the extra active led zones might be worth the smaller size. I am not certain if LG has the led zones or if it does pixel tuning. I haven't been able to find any info anywhere. I am going to go look at them today and plan on buying today if all goes well.

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Ok, time to retire my Pioneer Kuro ( sadly ) I always had plasma display, this will be my first LED or other, experience... So i am used to bright, crisp images.

Budget : +/- 4000$

Size : 55-65 max

Distance 6-10 feet mounted on wall

I've been out of the loop for a while, and having trouble finding my way with all the new models , lol

Thanks for the help

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Recommendations for best 80" 1080p set under 4000$?
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Howdy folks!


I have a 32 inch Panasonic TC-L32C3 in my bedroom that needs replacing.
I've come to realization that the general picture quality from this television is a bit blurry.

I've recently bought a 43 inch Samsung PN43F4500 (plasma) for the living room and the clarity is vastly superior.


1. Budget: $350
2. Seating distance: 4-8 feet
3. Size/placement limitations: 42 inches max (although my budget will probably hinder the size to 32 inches)
4. Uses and sources: Gaming on Wii U and Satellite from Dish Network
5. Room lighting: I live in a cave!


I hope there's a budget LCD out there for me!
Look here maybe.

The sets are almost always brand new and unused just out of the new retail sales channel mostly if not always like that mostly just minor carton damage .


I bought the 40" Sony R4 linked here for my bedroom ( 5 mo almost constant use) no issues they have the 2014 Viseo E/b ,Samsung etc . models here also in similar size if not same.


Sony R4 has better picture,than same size 2014 FALD Viseo IMO and many others here at AVS +,superior blacks and contrast as likely the 2014 Sony W600B and the W5xx equivalent Sams Club Costco models would (and reportedly do ) as one would expect of Sony + all the Sony have low game lag also


IMO Viseo isn't quite in the same league as Sony for picture quality,overall quality (parts and assembly ) in and out or fit and finish. That's understandable they serve different market demographics and are priced accordingly
As a rule Sony customers don't shop the Viseo sets or much of any thing else no need to if willing to pay the expected Sony premium cost of ownership ,well worth it long term in IMO Even though I broke the rules and looked at 2014 Vizio FALD and decided on 2013 Sony (better picture ,fit and finish and quality IMO )

The 2013 Sony R4 I bought from Quickship Electronics Ebay store was pristine , new and unused but ofc tested as are all of their sets . (only minor orig carton damage) Fast free shipping 5 days CC no tax + 45 day product warranty same !no buyers remorse though !Have to have your long pants on and man up when shopping there ! A top rated plus seller that moves about 1500 sets a month in all sizes and many different top rated brands .They have been featured at Cnet and maybe USA today I believe. I got R4 for about 40% below then current selling price , close to current price as shown. Sometimes they have 2014 Sony W600 B/ W5xx also . 2013 R4 has slightly better Samsung SPVA-4 panel although both are fine and probably best in class . 2014 Sony Wxx also has decent Samsung SPVA-4 panels

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Ok, time to retire my Pioneer Kuro ( sadly ) I always had plasma display, this will be my first LED or other, experience... So i am used to bright, crisp images.

Budget : +/- 4000$

Size : 55-65 max

Distance 6-10 feet mounted on wall

I've been out of the loop for a while, and having trouble finding my way with all the new models , lol

Thanks for the help
www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN65H7150-65-Inch-1080p-240Hz/dp/B00ID2HIJS/

No need to spend $4000, $2100 will do for one of the better 65 inch TVs.
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Question Which sony

10ft away, switch ing from a 58" plasma, panasonic.

I was looking at the two

70” W850B LED HDTV
Or

65” W950B LED HDTV


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Budget
$1500 - $1800

Seating distance
10 ft

Size
60" - 65"

Uses
60% HD TV
30% Movies
10% Gaming

Room Lighting
Decent amount of light. I can darken the room, but I would prefer a matte or semi matte screen. Glossy is not welcomed in my home.

I would also like to mention that smart features is not a requirement since I have an Xbox One and a HTPC. 3D is not a requirement also.
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I'm looking to buy an LED TV with the following criteria:

- 40 to 42"
- Slim profile (Under 2")
- Narrow bezel (Under 1")
- Decent viewing angle

This is for casual viewing and will mainly be used in a living room which never gets too bright. Smart features and 3D are not required but tolerated. I am not opposed to buying older models as I can see in the case of Samsung sets that 2014 models are thicker than their 2013 models. I have no preferences of manufacturer.

I've noticed that the slimmest 2013 Samsungs are about 2" depth with a 0.5" bezel. Is this the best I can do or are there better/similar options out there? I'd prefer it if they were 42" instead of 40".

Budget: < $800
Distance: 6-12'
Size: 40-42'
Use: Casual viewing, needs to be thin/low profile
Lighting: Living room, not much natural light
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I just laugh because I am in the market for a new tv , and have so many questions.

This whole never ending thread should be closed cause there are so many legitimate people asking what
to buy and very rarely someone answers. This thread is a waste of time
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Ask away. I've seen lots and lots of recommendations, especially for the larger displays.
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