Originally Posted by mefan101
I'm a Console Gamer and I love watching Movies. I was thinking on buying the Samsung UN46EH5000. Is this a good buy?
Or would anyone like to recommend a much newer Samsung TV. I heard that the new Samsung TVs have very high input lag.
Or does anyone recommend a different brand altogether? Plasmas are out of the question. I'm on a budget too. I want to stay below $1000, but still have a great picture, great motion clarity, no motion interpolation, and great blacks for an LED
My room is about 10'x12' (a little more).
Is the Vizio E Series (2014 Release) a good brand? How is the clarity on these TVs? Do they have bad motion blur?
Sony 50W800B and (50 W700B Best Buy only ) will probably be the best clarity, picture and gaming sets under $1000.00
My choice Under $1000.00 would be ofc be the Sony 50W800B it's supposed to be the best LCD game set on the planet at these prices . I haven't seen the 700B yet but it should be on your short list along with the 48W600B or any Sony in your budget .
I would look at this specific VIZIO-M552i-B2
and probably skip the rest of the Vizio lines.
with the exception of the VIZIO E600i-B3 60-Inch 1080p
LED Smart at $799.00 it got a decent review at rtings.com
Gaming on a 60" is good https://www.rtings.com/reviews/tv/lc...vizio/e-series
The 4K Vizio P sets
w/active pixel tuning come out on 25 Sept. I think they may have a 50" for $999.00 that should definitely be on your short list like or above the others including the Sony's in fact it may end up being the best $1000.00 LCD on the planet http://www.vizio.com/p-series
The above Vizio M and E might be well worth a look for a good value vs picture quality + screen size I haven't seen them myself .
Sony KDL48W600B at $ 599.00 everywhere is always a safe bet good picture and low game lag probably the best gamer of all these non Sony . http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...f-640c401eb943
Really good deal at Best Buy on 50" and other Panasonic now
Model: TC-50A400U $ 449.00 it's almost a steal at this price
The VIZIO-M552i-B2 linked below has a very bright 400 nit panel instead of the usual 250-300 in these price ranges should be plenty bright for your room and the pick of the litter as 55" Vizio goes . The Visio M's are getting decent reviews. http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-M552i-B2.../dp/B00JP7OW9E
When looking at Vizio the B1,B2 and B3 may all have different panels and mfrs. and performance within the same size and series that's why I stated these specific models
aggrigated some Vizio specs here : 2014 Vizio Thread All models
Samsung UN46H6203AFXZAm is $649.00 at Best Buy . Samsung 5xxx,6xxx are decent but then there is the Samsung panel lottery thing if you don't know how to play it you might want to buy something else but if you win and get the right panel inside they can be very good .Samsung 5xxx and 6xxx and up sets usually also have good bright room results
if you win the right panel . http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-...iYZ4VcC.uQdi_A
Samsungs tend to have higher game lag than Sonys some Vizio lag times are decent all the Sonys are decent gamers and good colors Sony and Samsung as a rule are very good color wise OTOH the 2014 Vizio are getting some decent marks there also especially at the price. 50" Panasonic above is a steal.
Vizio E series competitive comparisons @ rtings.com did rather well ,Vizio M series review will be up at rtings.com Monday it should be good based on what the E series scored .