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Which of these 3 TVs would you choose to replace a plasma?

Hey Everyone!

I'm looking to replace my 60" plasma (2 year old LG and the 'burn in' is getting out of control) with a 60" LED. Whether it's the 'H' logo while watching the History Channel, or the HUD in Battlefield 4, I don't want to deal with image retention anymore. I'm not looking for anything fancy, just a cheap, decent set with low input lag that I can hook my PC and Xbox One up to. I have a 10% off coupon for best buy and I'm trying to decide between these 3 sets:

Vizio E600I-B3

Panasonic TC-60AS530U

Sony KDL60R510A

I know that the Vizio has the best input lag and overall rating from Rtings.com along with 3 HDMI inputs (same as the Sony), but before I pull the trigger I was wondering if anyone might be interested and sharing their opinion as to which one they would buy if they were in my shoes. The Sony looks nice and the Panasonic does too but how are their LEDs? I like the reviews I've read on the Vizio but how reputable are they as a TV manufacturer?

Any input would be greatly appreciated and thanks for taking to time to read my post!
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None of the three you have chosen. Actually if you just want it for gaming the Sony is your best bet, good luck.

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Does your LG have an image retention "elimination" feature? My Panny VT25 does, and also has a feature that shifts pixels every so often.

Mine is probably 5 years old now, and I have zero image burn-in.
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I've had a Vizio 60" E Series for about a year, and have had to replace the main board twice, due to the tv randomly turning off.

Other than that, it's been a great TV....

So take that with a grain of salt.
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