most of the models say "Full 2D & 3D", about several of them simply say "Full 2D" and a couple of them just say "2D."
Should I take this into factoring when considering/comparing buying Samsung TVs?
What's the real differences between those terms regarding the "HD" performance/feature?
My 5.1 audio system bedroom setup: 10'1" L x 9'11" D x 8' H. One corner opens up to a space (for the door to open/close) that measures 2'4" L x 2'11" D x 8' H. AVR: Denon 1712 Fronts: Pioneer SP-BS41-LR Center: Pioneer SP-C21 Rear: Pioneer SP-BS21-LR Subwoofer: SVS PC12-NSD TV: Samsung UN46EH6070...
Although it's not a standard term, Full 2D in this case means "Full HD".
1080p is considered as a true, full HD (1920x1080). Looking at these models I can tell that just normal "2D" TVs are 720p (1280x720).
And yes you can spot a visual difference since the resolution is doubled. The difference becomes clearer as a size of a monitor becomes larger.