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post #1 of 2 Old 09-19-2012, 01:09 PM - Thread Starter
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New to the forums and looking for some sound advice. In the market for a new TV and am torn between the two models. I sit 15 feet away from my TV and am wondering which set would be better for 3D viewing. Overall picture quality is important to me as well. If I went with the 65" panasonic would my 3d viewing be significantly diminished from 15 feet? While the mitsubishi has a much lower price point for size versus the panasonic, would I be losing overall picture quality while only gaining a better 3d experience. Be forgive my lack of knowledge regarding DLP sets. Just looking for some help to make the better choice.

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15 ft is too long for the 82" in 2D let alone 3D. Optimal 3D on the Panny is probably about 7 ft.

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