Originally Posted by gagit811
I have seen reports of just the 60" then some of the 65". I don't know what to believe, I will just assume there will be an 65" as they already have a 65" c8000.
Yeah, and that was a uk review site. Maybe they arent getting a 65" right away but surprised in theor thorough pre labtest review they dont mention the previos 65" at all.
Im assuming its def coming and being sam rep at ces includes the 65" in what he says followed by released "in the april time frame" meant all sizes id think, not just smaller sizes first.
I figure having already done their first 65" which was due in June but didnt come till Nov. That nkw they're ready and able to bring the new 65 at same time as otjer d series sizes.
At least they should be able to but of course they could whether on purpose or otherwise end uo delaying it. If they do that, i hope the LG 72", Sharp 70" and whatever other 65" and up come out before sams and for less therefore outting them out of business in this size ra ge for now , until they get it right by putting out a product that is both quality and reasonably priced plus aesthetically pleasing, like they used to (some time ago)
As it is, it was patheticto only come with thr same 65" size that oanasonoc already had for a year in theor superior (to sams 65") 3d flat screen.
If they had done 67", that would have been 2" bigger then the competition and been a great equally sized for ppl coming from a 67" samsung dlp.
To come too little too late after major delays only for it to be the same 65" size and inferior to the competition but yet fora much higherlrixemadethe 65c8000 fail from start.
And this is coming from someone who has one :/ so im allowed to bash it. Too often, ppl just say that whatever they have is the best. My excuse is that I Already had sam 3d glasses from the 67" led dlp. Plus wanted the thinner and better in rooms which get lot of natural ligjt during the day compared to the pan 65" plasma.
Hated being essentially a test group and while I got a great deal, thata only relative to the original msrp and still paod more then i could have got the pan 65" for.
Hopefully i can exchange it for the 65D8000 at no extra cost. If its delayed or for someother reason I cant exchange, then i may be done with samsung for a long time. As it is it sounds for sure like sthe existing sam 3d glasses will not work on the D series tvs requirinf you to biy new blue tooth ones omitting one of the main reasons I stuck with samsung to begin with and therefore (if i have to buy new glasses anyway) no reason not to go to larger sized LG 72" or Sharp 70" (both full led over sams inferior edge lit) and at least in the case of the Sharp for less money to boot.
Very disappointed in Samsung the last few years so maybe 2011 d series lineup can be better as far as timely release, pricing, and quality...we'll see.