Originally Posted by rsxownes
Alright. I'll take another look at the 65 inch version along with the sharp 80 and 90 inch. That 90 inch is huge, and I heard its full array?
Full array is nice, but NOT having local dimming with it, makes a hugh difference.
Compare the viewing angles of all. Also pay close attention to the black levels.
Note, it's really hard to judge tv's in a showroom.
Do your homework.
Spend a little time on each of the tv model threads here and write down what the owners have used for the setting on that model.
I suggest bringing a blu-ray you're very familiar with to the store and bring your own blu ray player and hdmi cable. Apples to apples that way.
Put all tv's in the mode you'll be using (movie is best) tweak them or have the salesperson help you if you can.
Example, turn the sharpness to zero (0) on the F8000 and watch how all pixelating disappears. Picture will look much better at zero setting.
Enjoy the ride when your in the showroom, comparing the strong and weakness' of each tv.
Walk away knowing you did your research and most likely you'll not have buyers remorse and be very happy with your decision.