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I have a polaroid 32'' LCD that has lasted me seemingly forever. It may sound silly but the picture quality rivals that of even what i see in stores nowadays and this set has to be at least 5 years old. Don't laugh! Unfortunately I've been having problems with it turning itself off randomly.. it almost always happens within 10-20 seconds of first turning it on. If it makes it past that point, it will continue to stay on like normal for quite a while. Assuming this thing will eventually stop turning back on one day I want to start researching immediately.

I run my tv as a PC screen (VGA) as well as XBOX 360, Bluray, and Digital cable. I would require 1 VGA port, and a combination of components and HDMI for the rest (higher preference to HDMI). Looking for something with maximum picture quality, and picture in picture that will go between VGA and HDMI or VGA and component. This is probably the only feature I care about, I use it alot. see attachment, digital cable left, lo quality pc stream right.
My eye really distinguishes alot of difference between pictures so I am kind of picky. Don't like anything that gets that pixelated look or you can't see depth well (even in 1080p some sets have it, it might just be that they are junk? IDK.) I don't want any other features like "internet apps" because that just drives up the price and I have zero use for them as it is already functioning as my computer monitor. Something that might not burn in easily, I use PC about 6+ hours a day on average. I currently run 1280x1024, not sure if this is commonly supported now-adays but it is on my really old polaroid for some reason. Even 1600x1200 is.

IF i need to step up to $500 it will be manageable but I'm hoping not to. What would you guys recommend in this price range? I'm at 32'' right now and I think I'd like a 42.. the 37'' looks almost the same to a 32'' to me for some reason. What are your thoughts! Thanks in advance.
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Check out the highly rated Samsung LN32D550, LN37D550, LN40D550 models on sale.
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I started looking at plasmas (which lead me to pansonic) then went back to LCD's, why does it seem like pansonic's LCDs get no attention? Their brand new L37E5 seems nice, theres also the older L37U3, Can someone give me more info directly between those two..namely picture quality.
both a tad over $500 though. Hard to find info on these new E5 especially.
How would you compare the LN37D550 to the two above?
also the LG 37LK450 was compared to the samsung, LG is a bit cheaper. I guess I'll need to see these all in person but some of them I probably won't be able to find.
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From the posted screenshot it does look quite good and a matte screen as well, sorry it's giving you problems.
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I think I'm gonna have to change my critera to $500-600 range.
did some shopping, and just not finding anything around 400.


The Sam D550 and Panny E50 both looked like they had some 'digital pixelation' to me. (both 42''s)
If the E5 is a step under the E50 that could be bad news, and I can't find an E5 to look at.

My favorite was the Sam D630 by a good margin. (120hz model, is that the only difference? picture seemed way better to me than D550; 40'' priced $650). This was looking at the 46'' though and the 40'' was not displayed. Does this matter or "should" they be identical?

The LG LK450 had nice PQ at ($476) and the Sony KDL40BX420 seemed to have much better contrast ($530). These are all best buy prices btw, most aren't being directly sold by Amazon, their 3rd parties have them overpriced. If there are any good sellers I'm missing let me know, I generally go with Amazon/Bestbuy/Walmart for most all of my purchases.

What are your thoughts on these models? I'd really love to compare that KDL40BX420 and D630 side by side but of course that's asking too much. D630 is probably nicer but idk about $120 nicer.. I'd have to manage with 2 HDMI, 60hz on the sony.
sony apparently has 8ms response time and 100,000:1 contrast, vs Sam 2ms and 300,000:1? Or is someone putting wrnog info out there
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I think I'm gonna have to change my critera to $500-600 range.
did some shopping, and just not finding anything around 400.


The Sam D550 and Panny E50 both looked like they had some 'digital pixelation' to me. (both 42''s)
If the E5 is a step under the E50 that could be bad news, and I can't find an E5 to look at.

My favorite was the Sam D630 by a good margin. (120hz model, is that the only difference? picture seemed way better to me than D550; 40'' priced $650). This was looking at the 46'' though and the 40'' was not displayed. Does this matter or "should" they be identical?

The LG LK450 had nice PQ at ($476) and the Sony KDL40BX420 seemed to have much better contrast ($530). These are all best buy prices btw, most aren't being directly sold by Amazon, their 3rd parties have them overpriced. If there are any good sellers I'm missing let me know, I generally go with Amazon/Bestbuy/Walmart for most all of my purchases.

What are your thoughts on these models? I'd really love to compare that KDL40BX420 and D630 side by side but of course that's asking too much. D630 is probably nicer but idk about $120 nicer.. I'd have to manage with 2 HDMI, 60hz on the sony.

I have a LG 42LK450 (with the S-IPS panel). I recommend it as it's the most bang for the buck at the $500 mark (I got mine for about $450). The only flaw PQ-wise is poor black levels, though a good bias light and properly set backlight control can make it much less noticeable with real program material. Also, movies that have no letter-boxing make it less noticeable as well, by quite a large margin.

If you're deciding between the LG and the Samsung D630, look at these links:

http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...=rvwBody;page2

http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...=rvwBody;page2

see the "performance" section and "geekbox" specifically



http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...=rvwBody;page2

The last link is for the Sony, though I don't consider it to be as good as the LG and Samsung.
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I think I'm gonna have to change my critera to $500-600 range.
did some shopping, and just not finding anything around 400.


The Sam D550 and Panny E50 both looked like they had some 'digital pixelation' to me. (both 42''s)
If the E5 is a step under the E50 that could be bad news, and I can't find an E5 to look at.

My favorite was the Sam D630 by a good margin. (120hz model, is that the only difference? picture seemed way better to me than D550; 40'' priced $650). This was looking at the 46'' though and the 40'' was not displayed. Does this matter or "should" they be identical?

The LG LK450 had nice PQ at ($476) and the Sony KDL40BX420 seemed to have much better contrast ($530). These are all best buy prices btw, most aren't being directly sold by Amazon, their 3rd parties have them overpriced. If there are any good sellers I'm missing let me know, I generally go with Amazon/Bestbuy/Walmart for most all of my purchases.

What are your thoughts on these models? I'd really love to compare that KDL40BX420 and D630 side by side but of course that's asking too much. D630 is probably nicer but idk about $120 nicer.. I'd have to manage with 2 HDMI, 60hz on the sony.
sony apparently has 8ms response time and 100,000:1 contrast, vs Sam 2ms and 300,000:1? Or is someone putting wrnog info out there

Show me a Samsung 42" D550 and I'll buy it for you.
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I think the D630 and 42LK520 would better compare than LK450 and even then the LG is cheaper. Haven't seen one though. Since I'm looking in the $600 range now what would you recommend there? The D630 has my vote so far. I'd like to confirm if the 2ms response time i read was accurate.. and I haven't looked at the type of panels these use, I've only gone in and looked at whatever programming the store had running. might not be the most accurate way to tell but it's all I've got so far. If one is going to crush the other in gaming or something like that it would be good to know the differences there.
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Show me a Samsung 42" D550 and I'll buy it for you.

If they don't make one best buy marked it wrong on the tag. Said open box too $519, so that's likely. It might have actually been a D630 cuz i remember it had that weird plastic border. If so, my brain will explode because it looked pretty bad, yet the D630 in 46'' was one of the best in the store. Or maybe it was just a 40'' d550 and i read it wrong, so all that meant nothing. Triple edit: i think it was just a 40'' 550. Either way you seem to know alot about these so let me know what you think about the d630 vs d550 and if I should really be seeing a big difference in quality/resolution. I didn't like the digital pixelation I saw in it from up close. is there a better term for describing that.
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I think the D630 and 42LK520 would better compare than LK450 and even then the LG is cheaper. Haven't seen one though. Since I'm looking in the $600 range now what would you recommend there? The D630 has my vote so far. I'd like to confirm if the 2ms response time i read was accurate.. and I haven't looked at the type of panels these use, I've only gone in and looked at whatever programming the store had running. might not be the most accurate way to tell but it's all I've got so far. If one is going to crush the other in gaming or something like that it would be good to know the differences there.


If they don't make one best buy marked it wrong on the tag. Said open box too $519, so that's likely. It might have actually been a D630 cuz i remember it had that weird plastic border. If so, my brain will explode because it looked pretty bad, yet the D630 in 46'' was one of the best in the store. Or maybe it was just a 40'' d550 and i read it wrong, so all that meant nothing. Triple edit: i think it was just a 40'' 550. Either way you seem to know alot about these so let me know what you think about the d630 vs d550 and if I should really be seeing a big difference in quality/resolution. I didn't like the digital pixelation I saw in it from up close. is there a better term for describing that.

I had two LN32D550s for about a half a year and the LG LK450 is better in every way aside from black level. The only Samsung I would recommend would be the D630 and if you want 120Hz, the LG LK520 is the 120Hz equivalent of the 60Hz LK450. I know some people like the D550, but it had a number of issues that I wasn't willing to accept and the LG had none of them.

If you really want to know more about these various CCFL-LCD TV models (120Hz and 60Hz), check CNET, ConsumerReports.org, and the owner's threads here at AVS. There are also other good professional review sites, but some can be complete garbage, so you need to make sure the source is credible. Looking at the TVs in the store in torch mode doesn't tell you much about PQ, if anything at all. I would play with the different picture presets at a minimum and check a high-quality source like Blu-ray instead of the crappy feed they having running on most TVs in the store.
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does this seem like one of those so called complete garbage sites.
http://comparingtechnology.com/samsu...should-you-buy
I'm sure theres more to it for the $70 difference. $580 vs 650 now.
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does this seem like one of those so called complete garbage sites.
http://comparingtechnology.com/samsu...should-you-buy
I'm sure theres more to it for the $70 difference. $580 vs 650 now.

sure seems like it, that's one of the worst reviews I've seen in a long time
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hahah yeah. is it safe to say Samsung > panasonic > LG > Sony? What other brands/models should I give a look for 120hz 1080p 37-42'' LCD.
I havent looked at vizio/sharp/philips yet
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hahah yeah. is it safe to say Samsung > panasonic > LG > Sony? What other brands/models should I give a look for 120hz 1080p 37-42'' LCD.
I havent looked at vizio/sharp/philips yet

I'd keep it between the Samsung D630 and LG LK520. If black levels are of primary importance to you, go with the Samsung. If low input lag, wide viewing angles, and color accuracy are of primary importance to you, go with the LG (and make sure you get an S-IPS panel). There's more to it that just these differences, but the points are still valid.
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You might try going to the samsung website and do some general research and then if you click on the check price button it opens up a page that shows you all the locations you can purchase it at. You can then go to each site and check the prices. Often they are selling other competitors procuts for similar prices.

A lot depends on what features you want and how many kinds of inputs like HDMI, USB, Ethernet, Sound. I purchased a tv for black friday one year and it only had one HDMI input. Some TV's also have Apps. Usually if you dont care about things like Apps, you might be able to do without that. If you are hooking up as a PC monitor that might not be that important. I have a 40 inch LCD Samsung and tend to like it. I dont really think the LED's are much better. I was thinking of getting a second one to hook up to my other PC.

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I'd keep it between the Samsung D630 and LG LK520. If black levels are of primary importance to you, go with the Samsung. If low input lag, wide viewing angles, and color accuracy are of primary importance to you, go with the LG (and make sure you get an S-IPS panel). There's more to it that just these differences, but the points are still valid.

Yeah that makes sense, I was reading some people had ghosting/ black bleed issues with samsungs in video games because of poor response time? Yet i read someone saying it was a 2ms response time so I'm not really sure.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FzqGQ3R58o
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Yeah that makes sense, I was reading some people had ghosting/ black bleed issues with samsungs in video games because of poor response time? Yet i read someone saying it was a 2ms response time so I'm not really sure.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FzqGQ3R58o

I noticed in your first post that you mentioned you want to use your display hooked up to a computer. Do you know what 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling is? If the answer is 'no' then you have a lot of reading ahead of you.

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I noticed in your first post that you mentioned you want to use your display hooked up to a computer. Do you know what 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling is? If the answer is 'no' then you have a lot of reading ahead of you.

It worth mentioning the LG is capable of doing this.
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Yeah that makes sense, I was reading some people had ghosting/ black bleed issues with samsungs in video games because of poor response time? Yet i read someone saying it was a 2ms response time so I'm not really sure.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FzqGQ3R58o

those specs don't always tell the full story so I'd be more inclined to believe what other owners have to say in this regard
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It worth mentioning the LG is capable of doing this.

If you had to pick an 'LED' LCD that does 4:4:4 Chroma subsampling and has reasonable input lag what would you pick?

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If you had to pick an 'LED' LCD that does 4:4:4 Chroma subsampling and has reasonable input lag what would you pick?

not sure, I haven't looked at LED-LCDs much, though a 60Hz model with an IPS panel would be a safe bet
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With your help and my research I think I'm going to get the LK450 or LK520. The IPS panel will be perfect with gaming and PC use. I hope it won't be a panel lottery at best buy. The D550/D630 has the ghosting isses which hurts its case too. and while it produces blacks way better, just like you mentioned; I liked everything else better on the LG when i compared them both today. Lets not forget this is an LCD, if you want super accurate blacks go buy a plasma. I think LG nailed it on this one, at least for my needs.

Now, I can't decide if the 120hz vs 60hz is worth the extra $.
It would also be nice to know what improvements LG makes on the CS560/570 models for 2012.. but I don't want to wait too long and miss the clearance prices. I know they really botched the amount of inputs on those though, which is bad news already.

Oh and how big of a gamble is it finding an IPS panel.. If i order with amazon I can save alot but I won't be able to inspect the label. Was it ever known what percentage of the run was what? If it was something like 80% IPS panel then i'll take a gamble but if its like 30% that could spell trouble.
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With your help and my research I think I'm going to get the LK450 or LK520. The IPS panel will be perfect with gaming and PC use. I hope it won't be a panel lottery at best buy. The D550/D630 has the ghosting isses which hurts its case too. and while it produces blacks way better, just like you mentioned; I liked everything else better on the LG when i compared them both today. Lets not forget this is an LCD, if you want super accurate blacks go buy a plasma. I think LG nailed it on this one, at least for my needs.

Now, I can't decide if the 120hz vs 60hz is worth the extra $.
It would also be nice to know what improvements LG makes on the CS560/570 models for 2012.. but I don't want to wait too long and miss the clearance prices. I know they really botched the amount of inputs on those though, which is bad news already.

Oh and how big of a gamble is it finding an IPS panel.. If i order with amazon I can save alot but I won't be able to inspect the label. Was it ever known what percentage of the run was what? If it was something like 80% IPS panel then i'll take a gamble but if its like 30% that could spell trouble.

I've been looking at this as well. So here is some additional info for you. The LK520 do not do 4:4:4 Chroma subsampling so they will not be all that great as a computer monitor. I believe the LK450's will be officially discontinued by Walmart come April 1st. So you could go in and talk to a manager about buying a floor model after that date. You might be able to get one for as little as 400.

Good luck...I'm out of the market for now Walmart had a special on selling westinghouses and it was too good of a deal to pass up. I think I will give the market a few years, hopefully someone smartens up about input lag and wants to capture that market.

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I started looking at plasmas (which lead me to pansonic) then went back to LCD's, why does it seem like pansonic's LCDs get no attention? Their brand new L37E5 seems nice, theres also the older L37U3, Can someone give me more info directly between those two..namely picture quality.

both a tad over $500 though. Hard to find info on these new E5 especially.

No kidding. It seems to be the only 37" set available from a major brand in all the stores I've been to, and they don't have them on demo. So what's the scoop? I liked the E50 but is the E5 a crippled E50?

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