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P-Series LED-LCD or L9400 toshiba ?

1. So which one is better in terms of picture quality?
P-Series LED-LCD
or
L9400 http://www.toshiba.com/us/press-release/100945
and way

2. what is the difference between HU9000 4: 4: 4 and 9400 with Super Wide Color Gamut ?

3.how many lighting zones to L9400U Series ?

4. Why 58 " L9400U Series not sold?
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series will be available in 65-inch and 58-inch screen sizes. Key features for 2014 include:

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1. So which one is better in terms of picture quality?
P-Series LED-LCD
or
L9400 http://www.toshiba.com/us/press-release/100945
and way

2. what is the difference between HU9000 4: 4: 4 and 9400 with Super Wide Color Gamut ?

3.how many lighting zones to L9400U Series ?

4. Why 58 " L9400U Series not sold?
Yes, I'd like to see answers to those same questions. I know that Toshiba is lauding the super bright LEDs in the 9400 model, and I wonder how the Vizio P series LEDs will compare. IMO, one big advantage to the P series is the availability of the 70" size at a reasonable price. The largest Toshiba is 65".

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I have been wondering the same thing. I wish there were more professional reviews up on both sets.
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It looks like Amazon sold another one. So now there are like 2 or 3 Amazon owners, so maybe we will get an opinion from an owner, whose knowledge could be anything from novice to expert. I asked rtings.com to review it and he said they do not get a lot of people asking, so maybe go to his site and ask. I can't believe Toshiba hasn't sent them to some big site to review. Since they stopped making panels a few years ago they have been drifting and honestly should have just exited the TV market, but it looks like they are trying to turn it around by custom designing the control boards to higher quality panels now. Ironically, we are still waiting to see how much was marketing BS on this model, when in Japan they just improved this model by adding BFI and better LED control. Should be around $2500 or less when they hit Costco, so it could be a good alternative to those unhappy with the 65" Vizio P series.

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It looks like Amazon sold another one. So now there are like 2 or 3 Amazon owners, so maybe we will get an opinion from an owner, whose knowledge could be anything from novice to expert. I asked rtings.com to review it and he said they do not get a lot of people asking, so maybe go to his site and ask. I can't believe Toshiba hasn't sent them to some big site to review. Since they stopped making panels a few years ago they have been drifting and honestly should have just exited the TV market, but it looks like they are trying to turn it around by custom designing the control boards to higher quality panels now. Ironically, we are still waiting to see how much was marketing BS on this model, when in Japan they just improved this model by adding BFI and better LED control. Should be around $2500 or less when they hit Costco, so it could be a good alternative to those unhappy with the 65" Vizio P series.

http://translate.googleusercontent.c...F-M1AoskLqBl5A
I feel like professional reviews aren't happening as much. I ended up going with the 70" P-Series. I got a great deal on it.
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