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Hi need help asap... going to buy a tv for the football weekend. both the lg pa6550 and tc-p55ut50 are $799 at costco right now. what is the better buy? the lg is 60" vs panny 55" but im sure the panny has better pq. any input would be a huge help, thanks.
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How far are you sitting from thr display? Yes, IMO the Panny has better PQ, but bigger is better, again depending on your seating distance.
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IF you care about 3D, the Pan UT50 series offers it, whereas the LG does not.

Beyond that, this is a tough choice, given same price & larger panel for the LG.

Given CostCos excellent 90-day return policy, I would opt for the LG: it received a very good review from CR.

As BillP already noted, viewing distance is important - as is YOUR Normal Program Material.

If you sit LESS than 9 feet from the display, and/or Primarily view Non-Blu-Ray programming, the (Slightly) smaller panel might serve you better.

At 10 feet or out, or for blu-rays, would go with the 60.
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