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buying today (in a few hours) please advise.

post #1 of 6
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hi
i am buying an hdtv today ( a few hours) and need some advice.


which one should i get out of these ?
PN59D7000 vs PN60E6500

or would you go for TC-P60U50 + oppo bdp-93 to make up for the lack of video and audio decoders built in to the panny for example DTS,DTS-HD ETC..

i want to be able to play and decode any A/V codec i throw at it i know the oppo and the samsungs series 6's and up do.

so should i go sammy if so which one ?
will the cheap panny's picture be as good as the sammy's above ?

p.s.
i know the oppo is very expensive but i can get the cheap panny and the oppo for the same price as the sammy's.
i already have a un55c7000 and i dont want to downgrade PQ from this model already owned...

THANKS
post #2 of 6
What price are you looking to spend?
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
$1200-2000 somewhere around there.
post #4 of 6
Have you looked at the Panasonic VT50? Go check out the reviews. Cnet rated best overall picture. Get BestBuy to price match.
post #5 of 6
If your looking for the best picture, buy the 55VT50, if you must have a 60 get the 60GT50 or ST. I love my VT50
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Originally Posted by william77 View Post

which one should i get out of these ?
PN59D7000 vs PN60E6500

or would you go for TC-P60U50 + oppo bdp-93 to make up for the lack of video and audio decoders built in to the panny for example DTS,DTS-HD ETC..

Just based on this...I would always buy what I perceived as the better TV versus a 'lesser TV plus accessory(s)'. You can always save up for bluray players or whatever in the future, I generally think it's harder to pull off a TV upgrade without taking a hit.
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