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Thank you for your clarifying the narrower angle of the screens...
I too am concerned less with grammar than with understanding and appreciate your helpful reply...I am looking at the 55s but would have gone with 60 if that one had the wider angle of view...but it looks like the 55 is my size...again, thanks.

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Thank you for your clarifying the narrower angle of the screens...
I too am concerned less with grammar than with understanding and appreciate your helpful reply...I am looking at the 55s but would have gone with 60 if that one had the wider angle of view...but it looks like the 55 is my size...again, thanks.
Narrow viewing angles are a problem for all VA panels. The max VA panel off angle viewing without degradation is around 20 degrees but some are limited to just 15 degrees. IPS panels are from 30 to 50 degrees, while OEDs and old plasmas go all the way to just about 90 degrees. If you have any significant off angle viewing, VA panels are not for you.
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How i see lot of people are SONY fans but how i know SAMSUNG got much higher quality standards and failing less.
Correct me if am i wrong .
Isn't Samsung UN65KS9000 a better choice and why?
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Narrow viewing angles are a problem for all VA panels. The max VA panel off angle viewing without degradation is around 20 degrees but some are limited to just 15 degrees. IPS panels are from 30 to 50 degrees, while OEDs and old plasmas go all the way to just about 90 degrees. If you have any significant off angle viewing, VA panels are not for you.
Having an IPS pc monitor for my photography I do understand that...and know that VA panels have a limited horizontal viewing angle...
What I didn't know is that some VA panels may have a MORE limited viewing angle than others...and appreciated learning of that here.

Thanks again to Dave.

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SH*T, i just watched LD OLED TV review and tell you the truth : F***K SAMMY and SONY, i'll buy LG OLED LOL
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