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I'm hoping that this comment will spark lots of discussion. what is the best tv out there that is 65 in?
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I'm hoping that this comment will spark lots of discussion. what is the best tv out there that is 65 in?
Sony 85" X950 or the 120" Vizio R-series if it really ever really materializes and has all the claimed specs.
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Sony 85" X950 or the 120" Vizio R-series if it really ever really materializes and has all the claimed specs.
I understand that in another thread this particular model has a pixel problem and since they want 8k for it that takes it out of the running. any other sugguestions.
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I understand that in another thread this particular model has a pixel problem and since they want 8k for it that takes it out of the running. any other sugguestions.
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I assume you are referring to the Sony since the Vizio isn't out yet. And the Sony 85" 950B cost car more than $8K so not sure you are thinking of the same TV. (For that matter, is the Sony actually available yet either? Not sure)

Samsung has a FALD 84/85" 4K set for $20K-something. And they have a new 115" coming out this year for $150K MSPR. LG also has a 98" coming out, but I don't think it is FALD. Panasonic allegedly will have a FALD 84" 900X coming out later this year, but no details yet.
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I'm hoping that this comment will spark lots of discussion. what is the best tv out there that is 65 in?
Wait until the 77" OLED 4K tv comes out, nothing that size will be better.

http://www.oled-info.com/lg-ship-the...-q2-2014-29999

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If cost is no object, heck with 65". Go for the Dolby PRM-4220:



It's only 42", but it costs about $1000 per inch. It's widely considered to be the best flat screen 2K monitor in the world at the moment in terms of picture quality.

Cost no object, go for Imax Home and get a couple of stacked Christie D4K projectors. Make sure they're well-ventilated -- they get very hot.
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Money no object you say?


http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2...50000/4247413/

Seriously, though. Best bet is waiting for the 65" LG OLED or the 77" one if it ever materializes. Problem is we are in a transition period. The death of Plasma and the slow birth of OLED. So unless you want to grab a Samsung F8500 and wait for the OLEDs, the 65" Sony would be one of the best LCD sets.
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