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What LCD/LED could I look at that would be close to plasma?

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The one reason I lean plasma is the natural looking motion. On every single LED I've seen, the picture is amazing, but movement has a pixelated look (minor, but I see it, and it bugs me)

I've looked at 60 HZ, 120HZ, 240HZ. All have the same issue.

Have not seen any of the new 2013 models.

Anything new out there that improves that part??
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The one reason I lean plasma is the natural looking motion. On every single LED I've seen, the picture is amazing, but movement has a pixelated look (minor, but I see it, and it bugs me)

I've looked at 60 HZ, 120HZ, 240HZ. All have the same issue.

Have not seen any of the new 2013 models.

Anything new out there that improves that part??

Professional testers absolutely see differences in motion handling between 60 HZ LED/LCD than they do with really WELL IMPLEMENTED 120 and 240 HZ TVs.

However, since you don't see any difference between 60 Hz and true 240 HZ. I will just mention the phrase "scanning back light".

The best plasma's are pretty fine. A Panasonic 65 VT60 is a superb TV. A 70 inch Vizio for half the price of the VT 65 is also going to have a lot of impact. And for less than $1,000 difference, (maybe only a few hundred $$), an 80 inch Sharp LED has vastly more impact than the 65 VT60.

Refresh rates on LED have hit 480 HZ if I'm not mistaken. Good Luck.
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If its actual pixelation your seeing its probably not the set but the channel, some channels provide craptastic pictures.
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