Originally Posted by a_pantal
Keep up the post sherm. Im in a similar boat albeit for a 46" personally fell in love with the pop from a D6500 sammy (great image) but flashlighting and input lag made me return it.
Got a ex720 great in gaming 21ms (casual gamer) good picture (acceptable lvl of clouding on mine) but miss the sammy (PQ, interface and sexiness was top notch). Was considering a UND7000 but think ill wait till you give some feed back on your plasma might convert to one.
Lets us know your impressions on color, gaming experience (motion blur an issue?), PQ overall if you are happy with the conversion. Thanks mate
Hey man, so after having the TV for almost 16 hrs, out of which I spent at least 10hrs in front of it, with 6 different setting and tweaks, this is my opinion, (might be premature)
Color- sometimes true and rich and sometimes lifeless and dull, blacks stayed inky dark, but just non consistent picture quality.
Gaming- Blows! I play MW3 all the time and in dark rooms what i thought was my opponent was a table, and then I got shot at....over n over again! When you are moving fast it gets blurry, almost looks like the screen has jello in it.
Ok, well, Not that I hate the tv or anything, but if I open up my blinds I can't see anything on the screen and they are behind the tv, its dull and depressing to me, just being honest. Plasma might be a great thing for some people, but for me, it feels like missing something, I miss the crispness of LED and the smooth motion picture, even though plasma is claimed to have 600hz refresh rate, I don't see it, well thats my 2 cents.
Originally Posted by Fanaticalism
I would go with the 70" Sharp. It is a full array panel with better screen uniformity. The full array with the Quatron panel will also allow for a brighter image, which you have expressed that you prefer.
Hey thanks Fanaticalism, I was thinking the same thing, difference in price between the two is minimal, as far as PQ I don't see much of a difference, but since full array is better, I will probably pick that up. (Does it have local dimming?)
Originally Posted by rockaway1836
Sherm, not to confuse you ; but I think you need to read this. http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php...&id=1328263571
Also I think you should take that trip to Scarsdale. Before you run off and spend good money on a calibration, make sure that you know it's going to have the look you're seeking. Best way to know, is to see a calibrated set in person. If the shootout wall is still up, I can't think of a better way to achieve that.
Thanks bud. I am going to take a ride out to scarsdale tomorrow morning, will let you know about my findings!!!