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post #1 of 4 Old 01-07-2013, 05:52 AM - Thread Starter
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My 2 year old 50" Panasonic Plasma is great but the screen is very reflective. Adjacent to my Room where the TV is mounted is my kitchen and the lights from this room are always reflecting on the TV screen. I can actually see the lights on the Plasma screen. Any ideas if there are any good smart TV's that would resolve that. I am thinking no as most if not all have a glass display which is highly reflective.

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these 3 panny plasmas have the great filters. barely any glare
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If it is available in your country you could consider a Philips TV with Moth Eye filter (e.g. 46pfl9707 or 46pfl9706).

Edit: a little demo video.
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Like already mentioned a TV with Moth Eye. Philips and Sharp seem to be using it first. The 2013 Sharp models are supposed to get Moth Eye...maybe Sonys as well?
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