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Looking to get a 32" or 37" LCD for my gym.
Obviously don't need anything great, but was thinking of the Samsungs, 32c450 or 37c530. Any others I should go look at? Need something of decent quality.
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Taking it back today and going with the Samsung 40LNC670 at Best Buy. This TV just looked flat out better than the others.

I think thats a great choice they have been popular.
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Budget
$2500-$3000 max, if i'm able to penny pinch i will.

Seating distance
8-12ft, it's a standard size bedroom.

Size/placement limitations
There is no limitations on size or placement. I did not plan on wall mounting it, but i was looking at a larger size tv (55-65")

Uses and sources
Mostly blu-ray and xbox360. I do watch some hd cable now and then too, as well as running pc video to it.

Room lighting
standard ceiling fan lights, but typically i have the room low lit or dark when watching movies, unless it's a scary movie then the girl insists on leaving the lights on.


I've been looking at some tv's at my local BB & frys but a push in the right direction would be greatly appreciated it. I would like to stay within the 55"-65" size range and LED preferably. Not at all interested in the 3D technology.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Samsung is close to you budget UN65C6500 which is 65 and the bigger the better UN55C6500/BDC5500/LS is the 55 unit not sure if you need the Bundle that is a package from Samsung with the BLU Ray player. Those are the options I would look at.
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Looking to get a 32" or 37" LCD for my gym.
Obviously don't need anything great, but was thinking of the Samsungs, 32c450 or 37c530. Any others I should go look at? Need something of decent quality.

THose would be my choices.
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THose would be my choices.

Thoughts on the LG 32LD350? or Panasonic TC-L32X2? or Sony KDL-32BX300
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Can only talk MSRP Pricing on the forum I am a big Samsung fan because of overall value, those models are good choice but oveall again Samsung is my choice for the PQ.
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Dear Experts,

I am a noob on a mission to find the best TV within my budget, so I need as many inputs as I can get from all you guys. Currently I have a few in minds. As I have stated on the subject, the choices are:
47LE5400 or UN46C6300SF or LC-46LE810UN. Please share your thoughts with me as I am really overwhelmed right now with so many information. also please give me your reason of why I should pick "that one"

I would truly appreciate your time and help.

Regards,
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Can only talk MSRP Pricing on the forum I am a big Samsung fan because of overall value, those models are good choice but oveall again Samsung is my choice for the PQ.

Thank You!!!
btw, i fixed that pricing issue.
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Although I've read until my eyes bled, I'm still a total newbie at this. I really don't understand what all the jargon means. I've looked at different brands and I can see that some of them have better pictures than others. Thanks for your help.

1. Budget-1200 at max
2. Seating distance-10-12 feet
3. Size/placement limitations-46-55?
4. Uses and sources-just watching tv
5. Room lighting- fairly dark room
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any help on a led tv with excellent image/quality between 700 - 900 dollars, samsung, sony or lg? i will mostly game but im gonna use it for watching tv too
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Hello All,

I am looking for a 32" LCD ( i am okay with a Edge lit LED also) and my budget is $800

Usage : PS3 and Watching SD content
Viewing Distance: 8 feet - 10 feet

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Dear Experts,

I am a noob on a mission to find the best TV within my budget, so I need as many inputs as I can get from all you guys. Currently I have a few in minds. As I have stated on the subject, the choices are:
47LE5400 or UN46C6300SF or LC-46LE810UN. Please share your thoughts with me as I am really overwhelmed right now with so many information. also please give me your reason of why I should pick "that one"

I would truly appreciate your time and help.

Regards,
Bill

Personally I'm not sure there would be much of a difference between the 3, just be aware that all sets have some kind of problem. The Sharp is supposedly hard to calibrate but offers a very bright picture if your into that.

Samsung edge lit sets are probably the worst for clouding and flashlighting and Samsungs support is supposed to be below average. Although I believe it does have a very good picture.

Do not know much about the LG but am thinking why don't you go fro the LG 47LE8500, would have the best PQ of the bunch.
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I've spent a lot of time looking at TVs these past few days and feel like nothing really fits what I'm looking for... I find tons of edge & dynamic edge listings but hardly any properly backlit.

Requirements:

0) Minimal input lag, solid gaming capabilities are very important to me
1) 42" - 47"
2) LED Backlit, not edge
3) Excellent Picture Quality: Good black levels + excellent color reproduction
4) 3D nice to have
5) ~$1k - $2k, may go a little higher for the perfect TV
6) At least 120Hz

edit: Hmm the LG 47LE8500 looks like it might be the winner... thoughts?
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Wife wants new TV for our bedroom. Wall-mounted, watched mostly at night (low lights). Not too much money. I'm picky (we have a Kuro 500M downstairs), so decent PQ would be nice.

1. Budget- 800, but cheaper is better
2. Seating distance-12 feet
3. Size/placement limitations - none. 42-47" would be what we want
4. Uses and sources - TV/BluRay/Streaming
5. Room lighting - Bedroom, dark.

Hearing good things about the local dimming Vizios and Panny plasmas, but not sure what else is good.
Thanks.
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Looking for a LCD, trying to stay under $1700 and lower is naturally better. Doesn't matter if it uses LED or not.

Only 2 requirements..

55" size,
and MUST be guaranteed IPS based panel, NOT MVA/PVA! No screen "lottos." Very important!

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Samsung is close to you budget UN65C6500 which is 65 and the bigger the better UN55C6500/BDC5500/LS is the 55 unit not sure if you need the Bundle that is a package from Samsung with the BLU Ray player. Those are the options I would look at.

thanks for the suggestions. I did a quick google search for the UN65C6500 and I see it going for around ~$4000. While it looks like a fantastic TV that definitely isn't close to my budget. haha
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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)

Finally settled on a Sony 46NX711 at Costco. It was the best value 46" 3D TV I could find and came with the normally optional transmitter and two glasses. I went in planning to get the UN46C6400, but in the end couldn't resist the 3D.

I was also thinking about getting the UN46C7100 but for some reason Costco jacked up the price higher than the new 9000. As a matter of fact, Costco jacked up most TV prices over the last couple of days.

The only problem I've found with NX711 so far is that it doesn't tune the coax very well and has some blockiness on HD channels that my Toshiba XF550 didn't have.
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Personally I'm not sure there would be much of a difference between the 3, just be aware that all sets have some kind of problem. The Sharp is supposedly hard to calibrate but offers a very bright picture if your into that.

Samsung edge lit sets are probably the worst for clouding and flashlighting and Samsungs support is supposed to be below average. Although I believe it does have a very good picture.

Do not know much about the LG but am thinking why don't you go fro the LG 47LE8500, would have the best PQ of the bunch.


Firstly I would like to say thank you so much for your opinion.

About Sharp I heard from many reviews, people said they look good right off the box, because the factory has pre-calibrated it. also someone somewhere said they offer free calibration. So I checked with the Sharp's CSR by chatting online. they said "the TV has Aquos feature that would let us to connect to your tv, and we can calibrate it through internet once you give us the code." so according to them they can calibrate it for us online.

but I will definitely check that LG that you mentioned bfore
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thanks for the suggestions. I did a quick google search for the UN65C6500 and I see it going for around ~$4000. While it looks like a fantastic TV that definitely isn't close to my budget. haha

Yea google can get tricky price wise
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Howdy All. I had posted this in the official thread for the SHARP, but it looks rather quiet over there compared to this thread, so I thought I might relocate it in case some experts here had experience with the sharp aquos lc-60e88un:

I've been looking to upgrade my 57" Sony rear projection TV to an LCD in an effort to take back half of my living room, and after reading some comments on this SHARP it sounds like a rather sweet TV. However, after reading some comments on the input lag wars thread, and seeing some visual issues on an older model SHARP my brother had tried out I had a couple of concerns I was hoping users here could touch on. With that, here are a couple things I was looking for some feedback on.

1) Motion Blur. I've read (and seen historically) that while SHARPS have a decent input lag level and color pallet they tend to have really bad motion blur. I plan on using this TV mostly for gaming and watching sports, so that would be a big issue for me. Have folks seen an improvement over SHARP's previous models in this area, or does this TV still suffer from a bit higher than normal motion blur during fast paced programming?

2) Input Lag. As noted above I do a lot of gaming (xbox 360) and mostly play shooters and Hockey. So far I have been unable to find any tests completed specifically for this TV, so I was hoping someone here might have some figures they could share so I can compare this TV to others in the price range. Since I do a lot of shooters online this would be an area where I can't compromise.

3) Artifacting. Another issue I saw on the older SHARPS were visual artifacts on the screen. Often it was odd pixels or noise seen around character models in NHL11, or even during TV shows. I get the sense from the rave reviews that this TV doesn't suffer from that same issue, but would like to confirm.


If the others suspect this TV might ultimately leave me dissapointed, any other suggestions would be welcomed. I'm currently looking to spend around $1500-$1800, but could easily swing a bit more if it would get me a better TV.
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Hello all, I know people have asked for things similar to this, but after going through about 8 pages I can't seem to find someone that wants the same things and has the same budget as I do, so I've decided to post.

1. Budget - Around $700
2. Seating distance - At most, maybe 6 feet away. This may change, however.
3. Size/placement limitations - No limitations, really, but ideally I'd like something between 37" and 42", although I think the former is more realistic for my budget, and I'm fine with that.
4. Uses and sources - I'll be using this for watching blu-rays and playing games, both on PS3 (and games on 360), so 1080p, low input lag, 120Hz refresh and that 24p cinema mode thing, if it's worth noting.
5. Room lighting - Not terribly bright, but I'm usually home at night, so the light is either artificial or off

So far the models I've been looking at are:
LG 37LE5300
Samsung LN40C630
LG 42LD520

And a few others, although I've been hearing really mixed things about all of them. The top two and a few other LGs are what I've been looking at mostly, namely the LE5400 series, although I really don't have much use for the Net apps so paying more seems a bit wasteful

I really appreciate any help, and sorry if something similar has been asked, but as I stated before, after a few pages I couldn't find anyone with the same budget as me
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Personally I'm not sure there would be much of a difference between the 3, just be aware that all sets have some kind of problem. The Sharp is supposedly hard to calibrate but offers a very bright picture if your into that.

Samsung edge lit sets are probably the worst for clouding and flashlighting and Samsungs support is supposed to be below average. Although I believe it does have a very good picture.

Do not know much about the LG but am thinking why don't you go fro the LG 47LE8500, would have the best PQ of the bunch.

So I did check the tv that you recommended me, but it is kinda out of my budget, it would be lovely to have one if I had the money though. but anyway... maybe any of you guys experts out there can help me with the TV specs that im looking for?

Size: at least 46"
Budget: around 1000
Type: LED (preferably backlit/full array, local dimming)
1080P

PS: I weight my judgment the most on picture quality (deep black, rich color, no bleed), I dont care about 3D and internet features.

Thank you,
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I need about this model...Please just give a ling or thread from where I can get all the information for my this LCD...

Thank you so much..
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So I did check the tv that you recommended me, but it is kinda out of my budget, it would be lovely to have one if I had the money though. but anyway... maybe any of you guys experts out there can help me with the TV specs that im looking for?

Size: at least 46"
Budget: around 1000
Type: LED (preferably backlit/full array, local dimming)
1080P

PS: I weight my judgment the most on picture quality (deep black, rich color, no bleed), I dont care about 3D and internet features.

Thank you,
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UN46C6300 Best unit for that range and specs IMO
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After lots of research I have narrowed my choice down to a few. I know the features of each tv I'm considering. If I dont get a TV with interweb apps, I will purchase a blueray player to cover those features. My price range is $1000-1400. I will be using this display for gaming, movies (BR and DVD), and HD DirecTV. Here are my choices.

1) LN55c630 (if I can haggle to get the price down low enough), if not then:

2) LN46c650 or c670 (BB)

3) UN46c6300 - H&H Gregg here, said they would match Abe's price but I would have to pay tax on it. This is nice since it is here locally, but I'm not too crazy about the matte finish on this panel. They dont carry ANY of the 650 models so there was no way to negotiate price with H&H on them.

4)UN46c7000- Again, if I can get the price down low enough I might consider this.

After reading multiple threads on these displays I am still undecided. I know that some of these have panel and other issues but I'm willing take take a chance on Samsung because that's all I've owned, and they to me just look better than anything else in the store. I plan on taking my quote from H&H Greg to BB to see if they will compete. If not, then I guess it will either an online purchase or I will be a new H&H Greg customer. Thoughts?
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UN46C6300 Best unit for that range and specs IMO

Thank you so much for your opinion Roman! maybe I could wiggle a little more room to 1200 MAX. and you said the UN46C6300 is the best, how would you compare it to Sharp Aquos LC46LE810 and LG that has maybe a little less feature compared to the 8500 series EX: without the 240hz and internet, (probably the 5500 series)?

The reason I asked you this because as I mentioned at the beginning, I weight the light bleed a lot, and I read a lot of reviewers said samsung UN46C6300 bleeds really bad.

once again thank you so much for your opinion, and would also love to hear as many opinions as I can from all of you guys Experts out there
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No problem My opinion comes from feedback and the UN46C6300 is a great overall unit for the investment. The owners of the other units you mention can chime in and give you their opinions as well. If you are worried about the bleeding, return it, I hate to say that but thats when a good return policy comes in to play. But I would not worry about it since people are happy with them. Also take a look at the owners threads for more feedback on each unit
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I am looking to buy a new TV within the next week and I narrowed my selection down to the LG 42LD450 and the LG 42LD520. The only differences between the two sets besides the price is that the LD450 is a 60Hz set and the LD520 is a 120Hz set, and the LD520 has an extra HDMI port. I will be using this to watch cable TV, gaming with a PS3, and occasionally hooking up my computer up to it for Netflix. I don't plan on watching too many BluRay movies at this point, although that could change. Is it worth it to spend the extra money just to get 120Hz? I'm not sure if I would see any benefits from it, but I figured I would ask before pulling the trigger.
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I'm getting a TV for a narrow room with a long couch. I want as big a TV as possible, but the distance from the eyes to the wall will only be about 5.5-6 feet. My wife feels 55" is excessive.

Given the confines of the room, I want an LED since it will take up minumum space, but I also want the best possible viewing angles (since, as I mentioned, the room is narrow). I was hoping to get the LG8500, but am disappointed that there's no 50" version. Not sure how I feel about going down to 47". Also considering the 52" Sony NX800, but not sure about the off angel viewing.

I already have a 46" Sony in the basement for the videogames, so this would only be connected to a DVR and blu ray player. I'm willing to go as high as $2,500, but would be happy spending much less.

Also, if anyone can suggest an LED mount that's articulate, but has the ability to go completely flat against the wall (on par with a static mount) it would be much appreciated.

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LN52C530 52" LCD TV Samsung is as a budget saver, however try to convince your wife to go up bigger like to a UN55C8000 , just tell her its perfect for your distance

take a look at SUA750PU for the mount, obviously verify that it works for the exact tv you are getting but that the world's thinnest articulating mounting solution at less that 2.8cm
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