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post #991 of 5641 Old 11-10-2010, 08:57 PM
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What is the maximum total height that you must not exceed? 28"?

The lowest 46" LED TVs on the market (without stand height):

Sony KDL-46EX710 - 25.88" (27.13" with stand)
Sony KDL-46EX600 - 25.88" (27.13" with stand)
Samsung UN46C7100 - 25.7" (28.5" with stand)
Samsung UN46C6800 - 26.1" (28.5" with stand)
Samsung UN46C6400 - 26.0" (28.5" with stand)
Philips 46PFL7705D/F7 - 26.38" (28.7" with stand)

Thanks for the info. The actual max is 28.4", but I was able to use a Toshiba 46XF550 that had a stated height of 28.5" and it fits by about .1".

I'm leaning toward the 6400 from Costco since I can return it right away if it doesn't fit. The other option would be the Sony 46EX711 (I'm guessing it's the same as the 700) but I'm not that thrilled by it.
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Thanks for the info. The actual max is 28.4", but I was able to use a Toshiba 46XF550 that had a stated height of 28.5" and it fits by about .1".

I'm leaning toward the 6400 from Costco since I can return it right away if it doesn't fit. The other option would be the Sony 46EX711 (I'm guessing it's the same as the 700) but I'm not that thrilled by it.

EX711 should be the same as EX710, but EX700 is higher (27.5" without stand), according to Sony specs.

But Samsung UN46C6400 should be a bit better than Sony. I don't have much info if UNC6400 has glossy or matte screen (it should be Matte looking at reflection performance) maybe you can check it when you go to store and let me know?
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Since brightness is a big issue, how about an LED TV. The sony 52" is under $1600 (Model: KDL52NX800) and has 3 HDMI inputs for your ps3, blue ray and HD cables. Does anyone have any LED experience to share?

LED is the type of TV backlight and it has no relation with screen reflection. The type of front panel is what matters here.

There are LCD TVs that have glossy screen and matte screen and there are LED TVs that have glossy screen and matte screen.

Unfortunately NX800 has glossy screen so reflection could be higher. BUT it might be not as bad as you could think.If you have opportunity, check it in store yourself.
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The Sony 46EX711 is unique to Costco according to Sony Online customer service. It is an EX710 with the Sony WI-FI dongle included.
Screen is matte.
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found this review and thought I will share it with all
"Deep Black Panel - watch incredibly vivid pictures with an impressively high contrast and deep detailed black levels; the screen is specially designed to reduce glare in bright rooms and looks stunning whether the TV is on or off"

Do let us know how you find it in the store.
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Samsung LN55C650 there you go, that was easy for your requirements.

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Thanks guys, actually yes I left out a huge thing, is that I was looking towards LED displays. The Sharp model I was looking at is an LED.

Thanks for this Sony model, I'll check it out locally, it looks exactly like what I'm looking for.

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1. Budget: < $1000
2. Seating distance: 10-12 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: none.
4. Uses and sources: 1) OTA HDtv 2) SDTV No gaming.
5. Room lighting: minimum. Windows on the right of the room, but curtain can be closed.
6. Location: Will be mounted on the wall. Will determine the height after purchase.

I have been looking at local BM retailer for a TV, but too many to choose. I thought it would be great if I could have some help.
I like to get the largest TV possible for the money due to elderly parents who cant see well on small TV. I dont think they can see a difference between 720 vs 1080, but if there is a decent 1080 within the budget Hoping to purchase between now and Christmas.

I dont care if it is LCD or plasma. I am replacing a 32in Sony HD crt, so anything is an improvement
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Here's an interesting spin on choosing an LCD.

I have Best Buy gift cards from getting married so I need to find the best TV that can be purchased from Best Buy.

1. budget < $2000
2. size 55" -60"

I will be mainly using it to stream netflix and watch SDTV.

I have already found a couple options that seem promising
a. Samsung LN55C630
b. Sony KDL55EX500

I would REALLY appreciate any input.
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1. Budget: < $1000
2. Seating distance: 10-12 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: none.
4. Uses and sources: 1) OTA HDtv 2) SDTV No gaming.
5. Room lighting: minimum. Windows on the right of the room, but curtain can be closed.
6. Location: Will be mounted on the wall. Will determine the height after purchase.

I have been looking at local BM retailer for a TV, but too many to choose. I thought it would be great if I could have some help.
I like to get the largest TV possible for the money due to elderly parents who cant see well on small TV. I dont think they can see a difference between 720 vs 1080, but if there is a decent 1080 within the budget Hoping to purchase between now and Christmas.

I dont care if it is LCD or plasma. I am replacing a 32in Sony HD crt, so anything is an improvement

Hey there,
If you want the largest size possible for the budget and don't care about the technology, go for a plasma. Plus, Plasma works well in dark room conditions. If you are okay with a non premier brand, you can get a zenith 50" plasma TV model Z50PJ240 for around $600 or you can step up to a panasonic TCP50C2 for another $100. In short for under $1000 you should be able to get a 50" plasma. If you want to go to a 60" size, an LG plasma would be around $1500. Hope that helps. the zenith Z50PJ240 sounds like a good deal !!

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Here's an interesting spin on choosing an LCD.
1. budget < $2000
2. size 55" -60"
a. Samsung LN55C630
b. Sony KDL55EX500

I would REALLY appreciate any input.

LN60C630 is the one I would shoot for since its bigger and that is better.

Just read the Best Buy part sorry, yea the 55630 is a great unit. Sony is good but I would look to see what looks better to you!
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Hey there,
If you want the largest size possible for the budget and don't care about the technology, go for a plasma. Plus, Plasma works well in dark room conditions. If you are okay with a non premier brand, you can get a zenith 50" plasma TV model Z50PJ240 for around $600 or you can step up to a panasonic TCP50C2 for another $100. In short for under $1000 you should be able to get a 50" plasma. If you want to go to a 60" size, an LG plasma would be around $1500. Hope that helps. the zenith Z50PJ240 sounds like a good deal !!

~PT

I would also add the Samsung PN50C550 plasma.
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Hi. I'm want to get the sony ex400for my bedroom. I have a 20inch now and i want to get the 40inch. My bedroom is small and i sit about 5-6 away. I was wondering if the 40 would be too big. I always here that people wish they'd gone bigger though.
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1. Budget 1500 - 2500
2. 7-10ft seating distance

Hello, I am in the market for a tv and am looking for the best PQ in my price range. I am looking for a 55" Tv. Use is mixed, from HD tv, Blu Ray, CPU, PS3, Xbox 360, some dvd and sd tv. I do some gaming. There are no windows behind the tv, but a sliding glass door is to the right and slightly behind. There is a light that is on sometimes at night so I am thinking matte finish. So far I am between the Vizio XVT 553sv and the Samsung UN55C8000. Which has the best PQ and what would you recommend (another brand/model is ok too)
3D is nice, but not necessary. 2d, HD PQ is #1 importance.
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Hi. I'm want to get the sony ex400for my bedroom. I have a 20inch now and i want to get the 40inch. My bedroom is small and i sit about 5-6 away. I was wondering if the 40 would be too big. I always here that people wish they'd gone bigger though.

40 inch 1080 would work no problem and woul be perfect IMO
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1Vizio XVT 553sv and the Samsung UN55C8000. AdderBlackII

Honestly in my opinion you chose the two I would recommend. So now I would first go take a look at them maybe side by side if possible if you have not done that yet. After that visit the individual threads on these forums for both TV's and read about them in detail since there are so many owners that have either one. THEN it will still come down the one you loved the most when you saw it Hope this helps!
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1. Budget: less than $1000
2. Seating distance: 8-9 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: 42"max (want a 42")
4. Uses and sources: 1) HDTV 2) Xbox360/Ps3 3) Blu-Ray
5. Room lighting: Large Family room with 2 windows and a sliding glass door.
6. Location: Will be enclosed in an entertainment center
7. Preference: LED
8. Note: BestBuy has a 42" LG LED 42LE5400 with an Xbox 360 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops. I already own an Xbox 360 and Black Ops, so I am planning on selling them to drop the price even further. What other good LED or LCD sets come in the 42" variety? I would prefer an LED, but if an LCD or Plasma has a better picture that is fine. Thanks for the help!
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Hello, I am going to need a bedroom TV, wallmountable.. probably going to watch it while in bed and narrowed it down to between 37"-42". I'd like LED (LCD), NEED 120hz or higher, prefer 1080p. Budget is around $700 as long as it's from amazon.com

Thinking about Panasonic?
Don't know how good they are in that field though.
or LG
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1. Budget: < $1000
2. Seating distance: 8-9 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: 46" min - 55" max
4. Uses and sources: 1) HDtv 2) BluRays 3) SDTV 4) Wii
5. Room lighting: Ample sunlight from 2 skylights, 4 windows directly right of TV with black drapes.
6. Location: Will be mounted above fireplace. About 5' off the ground.

Thinking of Vizio XVT473SV -- Comments?
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Best Buy will have a good price on Black Friday for the Samsung 46C600, is that a good TV or is the 630 model better?

Thanks
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GT25 has little bit better black levels than G25, everything else performance wise - equal. Sony EX700 - typical lowish LCD black levels and this particular model has high input lag if you play fast action games. LN40C650 should be good, you should check it. UN40C6500 - Edge lit without local dimming so nothing special about it except depth (compared to LCD-CCFL).

You've been very helpful, I've narrowed it down to te G25 and C650. But can't seem to decide which to go with. It seems like performance is very similar but the G25 is slightly better but Samsung Apps blows away VierraCast. Using Amazon as a benchmark (have Prime) the G25 is cheaper with benefit of 2 day delivery, shopping around the C650 is about $17 cheaper with no benefit of 2 day shipping.

Like I've said I mostly watch sports on TV, play some PS3 games, and watch blu-rays. But thinking about it I have issues with blacks on LCDs especially my Macbook Pro, it's a little better with my Samsung LED monitor. Darkness is probably only a factor for certain movies and Dexter.
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guys, i'm looking to get an lcd/led that isn't much more than about $2500 that will have black levels that rival the best kuro models.


does this even exist? lol my samsung A650 from two years ago has taken its toll on my entertainment. looking to step it up a bit

Windows 7 Home Premium, Intel Core i7 920@2.67ghz, 1.5TB HDDx2, 8GB DDR3@1066mhz, Nvidia Geforce GT220
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Starting my search for flat panel/HD TV, and would welcome advice and suggestions. I've seen some posts about 'wrong room' and that fits my situation... windows and sliding door across from TV = LOTS of sunlight and reflections.

Are there any "magic words" in descriptions of TVs (like on Amazon or cnet) to figure out if the TV has a matte screen/display? In reading the descriptions I can't tell how reflective the screens are.

Since I'm here...
1. Budget: < $1500
2. Seating distance: ~10 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: <55, 46 - 50 ideal, but might squeeze 52
4. Uses and sources: 1) Satellite HDtv (sports, movies) 2) DVD/Blu-ray 3) Wii (Xmas present) 4) SDTV
5. Room lighting: Awful. Windows/Sliding doors across from TV
6. Location: will stand on TV console/table

No potential TV models yet, so open to advice. Looking to purchase before Xmas.
Thanks in advance
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LED is the type of TV backlight and it has no relation with screen reflection. The type of front panel is what matters here.

There are LCD TVs that have glossy screen and matte screen and there are LED TVs that have glossy screen and matte screen.

Unfortunately NX800 has glossy screen so reflection could be higher. BUT it might be not as bad as you could think.If you have opportunity, check it in store yourself.

I have the nx 810 with a glossy screen, no problems with reflections.
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Starting my search for flat panel/HD TV, and would welcome advice and suggestions. I've seen some posts about 'wrong room' and that fits my situation... windows and sliding door across from TV = LOTS of sunlight and reflections.

Are there any "magic words" in descriptions of TVs (like on Amazon or cnet) to figure out if the TV has a matte screen/display? In reading the descriptions I can't tell how reflective the screens are.

Since I'm here...
1. Budget: < $1500
2. Seating distance: ~10 Feet
3. Size/placement limitations: <55”, 46” – 50” ideal, but might squeeze 52”
4. Uses and sources: 1) Satellite HDtv (sports, movies) 2) DVD/Blu-ray 3) Wii (Xmas present) 4) SDTV
5. Room lighting: Awful. Windows/Sliding doors across from TV
6. Location: will stand on TV console/table

No potential TV models yet, so open to advice. Looking to purchase before Xmas.
Thanks in advance…

Lots of reflections so you should get a LED or LCD. For 1500 you could get the Sharp 52 inch 810 or 820, very bright picture, lots of guys don't like them on here but most owners reviews on other sites love them. The only other 52 inch I can think of is the Sony HX 909 but its way over your budget. Lots of 46 inches out there, one that most people seem to really like is the LG 8500. However at 10 feet a 55 inch would be perfect, probably get the Sony 710 within your budget.
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LN52C530 not to forget the Samsung, best choice IMO nudget wise so you have some money left over for goodies
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Great choice!
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will have a good price on Black Friday for the Samsung 46C600, is that a good TV or is the 630 model better?

Thanks

LN46C600 would be a BF special for them it is a little stripped down version so the 630 is better I will try to post specs to compare in detail.
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1. Budget: $1000
2. Seating distance: 12 feet
3. Size/placement limitations: 40"
4. Uses and sources: Sat TV, DVD
5. Room lighting: Very dark

My entertainment center can only handle a 40". Watch alot of Sattv (Directv).
Please recommend a new LCD. Don't currently watch HDTV, waiting for new Tivo HD receiver.

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LN40C650 Samsung or not sure if you like Vizio go take a look and i can recommend a couple models
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I am going to be purchasing a new TV in the next couple of days, and I have been comparing prices and features, but I am just not sure if I will be happier with a bigger TV or with a smaller TV with 3D. I am looking at both samsung TV's one a 46" with 3D or a 55" Samsung without 3D. Any help and input would be appreciated!
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I am going to be purchasing a new TV in the next couple of days, and I have been comparing prices and features, but I am just not sure if I will be happier with a bigger TV or with a smaller TV with 3D. I am looking at both samsung TV's one a 46" with 3D or a 55" Samsung without 3D. Any help and input would be appreciated!

Questions to think about:

How much 3D content will you be watching?
Do you mind wearing the glasses for extended periods?
Will your household have sufficient sets of glasses for everyone who wants to watch?
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