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post #61 of 1059
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Originally Posted by darkvader View Post

The B750 is already a very good tv. I think the main diffrence will be 3D in the C series. If you want that you should switch. If you don't care about 3D now or in the near future than enjoy the B750.

That and maybe the webbed feet???

I hope it will not be the webbed feet...
post #62 of 1059
lol no webbed feet for me because it would be wall mounted. No interest in the 3D stuff. If I were to wait for the new models, I'd probably get the 650 as I don't think 240hz is worth it. Wish they'd release some info on the 2010 line already!!
post #63 of 1059
Does the size of the screen make a difference as to whether 240Hz would be better than 120Hz?

They're having terrific sales at BB with a free Blue Ray player. I'm looking at the UN40B6000 for $1200. The only thing holding me back is its 120Hz.

Thanks for any feedback.
post #64 of 1059
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Originally Posted by CJreef View Post

They're having terrific sales at BB with a free Blue Ray player. I'm looking at the UN40B6000 for $1200. The only thing holding me back is its 120Hz.

Thanks for any feedback.


psssst.....check out Fry's if you have one near you.
post #65 of 1059
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Originally Posted by LonestarROB View Post

psssst.....check out Fry's if you have one near you.

You lost me , and no Fry's here.
post #66 of 1059
Just tryin to get you a better deal.
post #67 of 1059
I was at the show and saw a 40B7000 next to a 40C7000 and there was a big difference in the picture quality. I will be waiting to get one of the new '10 models myself.
The "C" series had better blacks, improved color, improved off angle viewing and no lag that I could see. But then again, they were showing their own program material.
post #68 of 1059
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Originally Posted by ifor View Post

But then again, they were showing their own program material.

That's right. It all boils down to source material.
post #69 of 1059
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Originally Posted by ifor View Post

I was at the show and saw a 40B7000 next to a 40C7000 and there was a big difference in the picture quality.

If Samsung puts a B series besides a C series on a show where they introduce the new C series than they want to show the development. So i wouldn't even wonder if the B serie might not be "perfect" calibrated.
post #70 of 1059
it seems to me that you guys know some lcd shops, anybody knows about samsung lcd tv trading or sony? i mean i want to swap and get new one.

thanks
post #71 of 1059
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Originally Posted by bill4903485 View Post

I'm all for saving energy, but it's a misnomer that LED LCD uses less energy than CCFL. Take a look at CNet's numbers; you'll see fairly equal power consumption per sq. inch. Current WCG-CCFL is just as miserly as LED.

The environmental benefits of switching to LED LCD's vs CCFL LCD's is the mercury content found within the CCFL LCD's. That stuff leaches into the earth when disposed of improperly.

But if everyone here is like me I don't really care about the impact on the environment so much to sacrifice my picture quality. I have never thrown a flat panel into the garbage I recycle it and sell it to someone else.

When looking to buy a new set try to have the ones you narrowed down displaying the same image from the same source and adjust the picture quality settings the same then look for the dark scenes to see how well it handles it. For example I did this just the other night and was surprised to find a 55" LED LCD the same price as a 46" LED LCD and they were side by side with the same source. The 55" was set to Dynamic contrast (LOL) and the 46" was set to Standard. For the average joe the 55" would be a better deal because it's bigger and looks better, however after tweaking the two sets with the exact same settings I noticed how much better the 46" handled the black levels.
post #72 of 1059
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Originally Posted by LonestarROB View Post

Just tryin to get you a better deal.

Thanks
post #73 of 1059
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Originally Posted by ifor View Post

I was at the show and saw a 40B7000 next to a 40C7000 and there was a big difference in the picture quality. I will be waiting to get one of the new '10 models myself.
The "C" series had better blacks, improved color, improved off angle viewing and no lag that I could see. But then again, they were showing their own program material.


Do you thing the fact you saw no lag has something to do with the 240Hz?
post #74 of 1059
Does anybody have any info on their regular LCD lineup this year? Because I want to know what their this years equivalent to last years 3 and 4 series sets (if there will be any).
post #75 of 1059
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Originally Posted by CJreef View Post

Do you thing the fact you saw no lag has something to do with the 240Hz?

Could be, I don't want to say positively at this point.

But they also had HD trailers mixed in with their content and it really did impress me, and I am one who can readily see lag.

Did anyone else see this display area?
post #76 of 1059
one question i have about the c9000,since all the hdmi inputs and other slot are on the stand,what will you do if you wall mount it
post #77 of 1059
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Originally Posted by jkiller122 View Post

one question i have about the c9000,since all the hdmi inputs and other slot are on the stand,what will you do if you wall mount it

I believe someone else mentioned that the base doubles as a wall mount.
post #78 of 1059
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Originally Posted by travisbean View Post

i believe someone else mentioned that the base doubles as a wall mount.

correctimondo:d
post #79 of 1059
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Originally Posted by B.R. View Post

Does anybody have any info on their regular LCD lineup this year? Because I want to know what their this years equivalent to last years 3 and 4 series sets (if there will be any).

Best I could get was that the only CCFL backlight LCDs from Samsung coming out are C650 and C750 (and maybe their twins C640, etc.). See: http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/News...x?NewsId=26644 (also I seem to remember Samsung Press Release page too). I see BB is mentioning "limited to stock at warehouse" for the B650, so might expect new stuff March. /Dan
post #80 of 1059
Do we know when the UN32C6500 goes on sale?
post #81 of 1059
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Originally Posted by Chris J View Post

and don't forget about that remote for the last one... Not something you would want to lose or drop... Looks like it will cost you a lot of $$$ to replace...




sweet

now i wont miss anything, even when taking a crap
post #82 of 1059
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Originally Posted by Amel View Post

sweet

now i wont miss anything, even when taking a crap

Wouldn't want to touch your remote
post #83 of 1059
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by AnthemAVM View Post

Do we know when the UN32C6500 goes on sale?

Sometime in the next 60 days...

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Originally Posted by B.R. View Post

Does anybody have any info on their regular LCD lineup this year? Because I want to know what their this years equivalent to last years 3 and 4 series sets (if there will be any).

LCD, there will be a series 4,5,6,7:

LN37C650
LN40C650
LN46C650
LN55C650

LN37C630
LN40C630
LN46C630
LN55C630
LN60C630

LN46C750
LN55C750

Samsung LED series 6,7,8,9:

UN32C6500
UN40C6500
UN46C6500
UN55C6500

UN40C7000
UN46C7000
UN55C7000

UN40C8000
UN46C8000
UN55C8000
UN65C8000

UN46C9000 ( metal color Bezel, 3/16" thick !! )
UN55C9000 ( metal color Bezel, 3/16" thick !! )
post #84 of 1059
LN55C630

Good to see a 55" semi-matte screen offering, up 3" from the '09 52 incher. The 630 line is certainly not bleeding edge, but gets consistently good user reviews year-to-year. Seems like these less reflective panels are going the way of the dodo bird, except in the cheapest versions. From what i have read so far, Lg and Sony are trending towards the glossy look this year. May have to scoop one of these up before they all become mirrors.
post #85 of 1059
Good to see they're finally going large with the LED with the UN65C8000 ought to be sweet if you can prevent the reflection impact somehow and can't wait to see price margin jumping to 65".
post #86 of 1059
If the Samsung 55" B650 is around $1600 now... we could push 2K for 2010... Thats a lot of money for a non-LED, midrange LCD !

Heres stats on the 2009
BeachCamera - Samsung LN55B650 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $2,799.99 $1,799 - $231 Coupon Code = $1,559 plus FREE shipping. No tax in most states.
Expires Feb 4.
55" LCD TV: 120Hz; Full HD 1080p; red Touch of Color
100,000:1 DCR; 4ms Response time; Internet@TV service
4 x HDMI; 15W x 2 bottom mounted speaked w/ SW; Stand
post #87 of 1059
I noticed VANN's has pre-order available for the un46c7000, but not the C8000. I'm really interested in the C8000 which I believe has the "Seamless Dimming" technology.

Actually, I'm more interested in the price of a c8000 before the b8500's disappear. Do you think the c8000 will be coming out with the first release of 2010 Samsungs or is it looking like a summer release for the c8000's?

Also, am I correct in assuming that the c7000's do not have "Seamless Dimming"?
post #88 of 1059
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Originally Posted by bbucy View Post

I noticed VANN's has pre-order available for the un46c7000, but not the C8000. I'm really interested in the C8000 which I believe has the "Seamless Dimming" technology.

Actually, I'm more interested in the price of a c8000 before the b8500's disappear. Do you think the c8000 will be coming out with the first release of 2010 Samsungs or is it looking like a summer release for the c8000's?

Also, am I correct in assuming that the c7000's do not have "Seamless Dimming"?

What is seamless dimming?
post #89 of 1059
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Originally Posted by JoeSony View Post

What is seamless dimming?

Well, I think the technical specifics are still unknown (e.g. Samsung has not released details), but my take is "Seamless Dimming" is a marketing term for Samsung's implementation of providing "local dimming" capabilities on a edge-lit display.
post #90 of 1059
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Originally Posted by ptt660 View Post

From what i have read so far, Lg and Sony are trending towards the glossy look this year. May have to scoop one of these up before they all become mirrors.

Yay! About time! Now when are they going to get their act together and offer glossy screens on the 24-30 inch PC monitors!

I am so sick of matte screens...
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