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For the first time mainstream TVs with 4K resolution, all of them LED LCDs, appeared--and then promptly fell in price. After years of fits and starts, the first OLED TVs went on sale--and stayed expensive. 3D TV basically died with the ESPN pullout, and Evolution Kits, input lag and projectors were all newcomers to CNET's ever-evolving TV reviews process.
The biggest change happened on October 31st, however, when Panasonic solemnly announced that it would no longer manufacture plasma TVs. For picture quality enthusiasts the world over, the question immediately became "what's next?"
CES 2014 will have the immediate answers." Source: CNET
So what do you guys think? My Sammy LED DLP is showing signs of having issues with its light engine. I was hoping to wait for OLED, but am debating on a TV this year. I'm interested to see what comes out of CES 2014. I would love a 90inch LED 4k as long as it was between $4,000 and $6,000, but the PQ has to be damn good. I can't justify spending that much for size and 4k if my Panny g25 in the bedroom beats it in PQ.
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