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Thought #AOY: So as a kid I tested the causality chain of something. When my cat was angry, she put her ears back. When that happened, I decided to push them forward, and then she purred. (!) Turns out that it's not that being angry causes the cat to push its ears back, but being angry and pushing their ears back are two parts of the same exact thing. She could not be angry with her ears forward.
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this or the VT50 ?
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Easy VT50 is far, far better.

Only in picture quality, motion handling, off angle viewing, and eye strain.

LOL.

Keep in mind though, though that the VT is active-3D, not passive.

And doesn't the latest VT50 still buzz on white? And isn't it still prone to IR/BI? (Wow, this conversation never happened before! smile.gif)

Thought #AOY: So as a kid I tested the causality chain of something. When my cat was angry, she put her ears back. When that happened, I decided to push them forward, and then she purred. (!) Turns out that it's not that being angry causes the cat to push its ears back, but being angry and pushing their ears back are two parts of the same exact thing. She could not be angry with her ears forward.
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VT50 does not have edge lit issues such as banding, flash lighting, and many other screen uniformity issues.

Sure, but the LM8600 won't leave you with a CNN logo permanently seared into the screen.... How's that for screen uniformity? :-P

Thought #AOY: So as a kid I tested the causality chain of something. When my cat was angry, she put her ears back. When that happened, I decided to push them forward, and then she purred. (!) Turns out that it's not that being angry causes the cat to push its ears back, but being angry and pushing their ears back are two parts of the same exact thing. She could not be angry with her ears forward.
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Sure, but the LM8600 won't leave you with a CNN logo permanently seared into the screen.... How's that for screen uniformity? :-P

went with the vt50.

55" is all I can fit without alot of rearranged of things. I tend to watch a variety of programing, so hopefully no burn in, even with gaming.
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Sure, but the LM8600 won't leave you with a CNN logo permanently seared into the screen.... How's that for screen uniformity? :-P

went with the vt50.

55" is all I can fit without alot of rearranged of things. I tend to watch a variety of programing, so hopefully no burn in, even with gaming.

Prep it well, even if it means following the 90, 100, or even 200 hour directions.

Thought #AOY: So as a kid I tested the causality chain of something. When my cat was angry, she put her ears back. When that happened, I decided to push them forward, and then she purred. (!) Turns out that it's not that being angry causes the cat to push its ears back, but being angry and pushing their ears back are two parts of the same exact thing. She could not be angry with her ears forward.
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