Originally Posted by AsianStyle
Yes, I agree buying a TV and picking the one YOU want is subjective.However, I'm not here to sell anyone a tv, nor do I out right say you should by this tv. I just state facts, so people can understand the tech or go look at issues and decide what best suits them. I'm on this forum to stay up to date on new and upcoming AV tech. I don't see how saying everything is subjective is helping anyone make a smart decision.
You are totally missing the point. People have different type of rooms where they put their TV, some able to watch their LED TV in a viewing angle without having to worry about their picture quality being watched out! Some doesn't care too much about Dark level and some really cares about it too much! I for example love bright environment and love the pop in Samsung TVs, I don't care too much about Dark levels... Everyone is different, some have different desires! and for 3D some wouldn't be tilting their head to watch 3D from an angle, it will be non existing problem for some folks. The so called facts doesn't apply for everyone unless you know their conditions of their rooms and whether they are LED/Plasma fans. It Is VERY TRUE that Flash lights and cloudiness exist, it is a fact but it remains subjective whether it is annoying for some folks or not. As i mention in the other thread, i visited a friend that happens to have 6500 Samsung LED TV and i did notice both flash lights and cloudiness and they're visible. To me (?), they are not that big of deal... because in bright scenes, they're are hardly there and picture quality is just amazing, pop picture and clarity are just wonderful but I could imagine both flash lights and cloudiness can really annoy some folks and they may never buy the TV just because of that, but that doesn't speak for everyone and this is way it is very subjective to people whether the problem is serious to them or not.
To make long story short, if someone asking you for your help which TV to pick, you may want to know whether he/she loves bright images or dark ones and know hows the room condition where TV is going to go, THIS is how you can help/educate people to make a smart decision. Some may have rooms that their viewing angle is going to be bad with how/might have their TV setup. It boils down to picture quality and room condition.