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post #1 of 4 Old 05-11-2012, 01:37 PM - Thread Starter
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open to either plasma/led lcd tv. this is what i have to work with

TV1:
will be hung above gas fire place

room has a lot of natural light

budget under $2500.00

55"

no gaming

3d good to have but can live without.

will be used for watching tv/ moview (netflix, blue ray)


TV2:
bedroom

> 40" <50"

no gaming

will be used for watching tv/ moview (netflix, blu ray)

good to have wifi but can live without if blu ray player has it

any guidance would be helpful
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42" plasma for the bedroom. 720 probably fine.

Would go Pan ST50 or GT50 in main room. Or perhaps look at the LG PM9700 - with its matte finish screen - if reflections are a serious concern. (Note that many LCD panels these days have a Glossy screen, and therefore are as prone to reflections as most plasma sets).
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came across panny p42x5 at local walmart. but cant seem to find reviews on this site

also, is there a particular month of manufacture that i must avoid? on some pannys, i read somewhere that one must avoid anything before aug2011 build
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