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Recommend a 46" OLED

I have a UN46C7100 Samsung 46" LCD.

It's OK but I want something with a better PQ and latest and greatest. Not interested in 4K yet and want to stay around 46" in size.
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For the time being OLED starts at 55''..and most of them are curved.
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Don't you mean a 46" LED LCD TV?


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Don't you mean a 46" LED LCD TV?


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My first choice in this size range would be the Sony 48" W600B series LED LCD TV http://store.sony.com/47.6-diag-w600...id-Sony-HD-TVs

LG makes a bunch of 47" TVs: http://www.lg.com/us/tvs/all-tvs


I'd start a new thread in the LCD Forum: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...ys/index2.html





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I don't see how swapping from LED-LCD to LED-LCD is going to make a substantial difference.
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I don't see how swapping from LED-LCD to LED-LCD is going to make a substantial difference.
Good point, and sometimes the newer models have poorer picture quality then their predecessors do (as they make them cheaper and cheaper).

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I do. You are right.
Report your own first post to a moderator. I've done this myself in the past with my own threads. You'll be able to chose a non-complaint and as the OP, ask for the name of the thread to be changed so it doesn't pull in the wrong folks.
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Report your own first post to a moderator. I've done this myself in the past with my own threads. You'll be able to chose a non-complaint and as the OP, ask for the name of the thread to be changed so it doesn't pull in the wrong folks.

Agree.


And in response to the OPs OQ (original question :-) 46" is a somewhat unusual size. Vizio has a 49" M Series FALD LED/LCD for $670 that you might want to check out: http://www.vizio.com/tvs/mseries/m492ib2.html


Because of the thin bezel, the TV is only 43.18"W x 24.95"H x 2.12”D (without stand)
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Recommend a 46" OLED
Don't you mean a 46" LED LCD TV?
Don't you mean a LCD TV with LED backlighting?

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Agree.


And in response to the OPs OQ (original question :-) 46" is a somewhat unusual size.
That true this year? In prior years, 46" was the first common step-down from 55". 50" was unusual except for plasmas.

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Don't you mean a LCD TV with LED backlighting?
Heh heh, actually it would be either LED backlighting, LED edgelighting, LED bottomlighting, or LED flashlighting

To the OP - the best type of LED would be the backlit models, preferably with FALD (Full Array Local Dimming). I wonder if anyone makes one smaller than 50" ?


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Heh heh, actually it would be either LED backlighting, LED edgelighting, LED bottomlighting, or LED flashlighting

To the OP - the best type of LED would be the backlit models, preferably with FALD (Full Array Local Dimming). I wonder if anyone makes one smaller than 50" ?

Vizio - 6 FALD TVs in the 40"-49" range: http://www.vizio.com/tvs.html?screen_size_range=763


(stay away from the 2013 models ending in-Ax - those are edge-lit and not FALD...
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