I am planning on taking my Samsung LNS3251D back for a second time because it has very noticable false contouring in it. And has a problem with moving blotches on dark walls and stuff when I move around on my PS3. These blotches also blur really bad when I move. But I am planning on taking it back for the JVC LT32X667 (which actually was my first choice when trying to find the right TV, but I went away from it from a bluish tint that is kinda stuck on there it seems). But upon owning the Samsung and seeing all of it's flaws. I'm going back to my first instinct. But my question is. Considering that IMO the JVC picture seems to be as good or better than not only Samsung but also Sony and Toshiba and Sharp, which are the leading manufacturers. Why isn't JVC right up there with them in TV sales? Am I missing something? The JVCs seem to have just as good or better connectivity options than these companies too. And I have also noticed that JVC display much better detail than all other TVs but maybe the XBRs. So does anybody have any reasoning why JVCs aren't more highly reguarded in the LCD world? They seem like good TVs to me, At a very resonable price.
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1/16/07 at 4:40am