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If you had $2000 of these newly released lcd and plasma's would you choose for a living room with six windows and used for mostly gaming and wanting the soap opera effect with gaming with minimal delay.

To be used for the next 4 years.
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Image is too small, couldn't make out the models.
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If you had $2000 of these newly released lcd and plasma's would you choose for a living room with six windows and used for mostly gaming and wanting the soap opera effect with gaming with minimal delay.

To be used for the next 4 years.

If you have 6 windows it sounds like it would be a well-lit room which may be a problem with the plasmas due to reflection depending on how and where the tv is situated. Other than that, it's really hard to see which specific models you are referring too.
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Those pics only list the model of the st50 I am guessing by the other Samsung plasma models that it is the e550 and e6500 but I could be wrong and they are overpriced... The led model seem like stripped down junk I would rather buy from a local retailer than that site... And not too mention you could get like 24 or 36 easy payments... Lol
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I would get the panasonic ST50. If you shop around, you can get the 60" for under $2k.
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Panasonic ST50. No doubt.
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What about that Samsung with 240hz thats under $1500 I know it has no features but can someone tell me why it might suck? You other guys are right with the Panasonic ST550 i just want to make sure before i put down 2000 dollars for something that might not be the best my money can buy
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What about that Samsung with 240hz thats under $1500 I know it has no features but can someone tell me why it might suck? You other guys are right with the Panasonic ST550 i just want to make sure before i put down 2000 dollars for something that might not be the best my money can buy

If you have a bright room, like whites that "pop" and like SOE go with the LCDs, if you can control the light, have extreme viewing angles and want to save money go with the plasmas.
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