Originally Posted by The Hammer MGS4
This will be my last post responding to your attacks. You started this by making a blanket statement that Samsung has poor quality panels and that Panasonic has much better black levels . I simply corrected you by stating Panasonic has defective black levels and noted your facts were incorrect. You then went on several mad rants about how I have t.v. envy and no support for my statement correcting you. You then stated that the black level problem does not exist for the majority of Panasonic owners and I simply reported your statement in this thread where a very large number of forum users are complaining about Panasonic black levels. I even tried to distance myself by telling you I was happy you enjoyed your new t.v. and I hoped you didn't experience the Panasonic black level defect yet you still continue to attack me. You do realize you are guilty of everything you wrongly accuse me of above, don't you? Hypocrite.
lmao. wow. it's obvious your buttering up your statements. and i attacked you? please refer back to your link and try again.
and i made it very obvious i said i read samsung outsourced low quality panels. whether they do or not, i, and only i, made a decision based upon something i read. it's common for corp's to outsource things like that, and it's not uncommon for display models to be cherry picked or in house. anyways, you were very specific in your "attacks" in the other thread, and now you are being more accurate with your generalizations here. and then you come to another thread making false accusations. please refer back to your link, numbnuts. i just got the tv a week ago. my black levels are not defective nor do i fall under your imposed assumptions. if and when my black levels do rise, numbnuts, you can hee and haw all you want at me? fair enough?
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