Originally Posted by supra92
There's something to be said for those extra 4", though. Not that BestBuy is the best place to view things from a critical eye perspective, but they happened to have the 59" directly below a 55"......
The 'boss' wants it, at least, partially disassembled, rather than carried out, as-is, by some other people, (since we can't carry it more than a few steps). I was able to slide it off of our furniture, and it will be put on a table or...
Originally Posted by tylerSC
The D530 is basically the same as the D550 but without 3D and has fewer HDMI inputs.
Oops...I noticed no 3D right away, but since I didn't (and don't) care about it, I was...
Originally Posted by rmongiovi
If Samsung replaces the panel, the replacement is only warrantied for 90 days.
Originally Posted by HTguru3
It should be 90 days or until the manufacturers warranty...
Originally Posted by JLennerth
Square Trade reply in regards to my post above:
Thank you for contacting Square Trade.
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Actually, +1.4" for the Samsung. Though, it wouldn't be enough to sway my decision, unless I'd seen both TVs and couldn't decide otherwise. I see you liked the colors better, and that is very important.
Both the Samsung 43" and LG...
AFAIK, all plasmas have a feature to minimize image retention, a 'pixel orbiter'. Eco modes are a negative for plasmas (LCDs, too, I'd imagine), causing picture fluctuations. Samsung's picture wizard is nice, also.
If the LG doesn't...
Based on history they are probably similar. I haven't seen the LG this year. I have owned the Samsung for ~2 mos., and once I turned off the Eco Sensor, and switched to Movie mode, I have yet to see any fluctuating blacks or brightness,...