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post #1 of 631
Thread Starter 
These were not due into the US until June-July and there is an early realease These are out !!

Samsung FP-T6374 Full 1080P <<>>

post #2 of 631
Yikes!
How much does that puppy retail for Chris?
post #3 of 631
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Originally Posted by Kayook View Post

Yikes!
How much does that puppy retail for Chris?

My guess would be around 2500 more than 5064
post #4 of 631
63" 1080p. Nice. Its gonna be a winner with Sammy's new 18bit user control interface for audio/video adjustments.
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Any idea where one could pick this up? I've been interested in this set for months now. Kinda tired of waiting around for the Pio 8 Gen 60" which I know will be out of my price range. I just looked at the Samsung 50" last night... looked good without any adjustments. I'm sure much better with adjustments.

THanks.
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any reviews yet?
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One of my questions is whether this set will do 24 fps correctly. If so, I may just skip the Pio 8 Gen 60" which I expect to be more than this one.
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anyone know a release date, msrp, and what street prices are expected to be?

I dont know the price of the 5064 to add $2500 like someone else said
post #9 of 631
Msrp is 7000$.
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not bad.
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looks like 1.3 hdmi and xvYCC. Chris, are these in stock yet?
post #12 of 631
Thread Starter 
These are in the US !! Get one and test her out
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Very tempted. Is it on display in your show room? Any pictures or impressions.
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Does this mean that the 63" Philips 1080P PDP will be using this same panel?
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Probably, this will be the case. No mention of 1.3 hdmi and xvYCC on the Philips though. Hope i can find its manual to make sure.
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any more info on this tv?
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Why is xvYCC only mentioned in the manual and not under features or anywhere else?
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I love it (I think), but why is there virtually no really useful information on this TV? 24fps? hdmi 1.3? 1:1? etc. I want to buy it, but ... argh! Anyone?
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I am in the same boat, its either this tv or the sharp LC-65D93U LCD.
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This TV is specified as measuring 60.2 inches in width and my cabinet is 60.0 in width. What a bummer.

If someone has access to this set can you PLEASE measure the width and see if the specifications are accurate?

Is there any chance the Philips 63PFP7422D will have dimensions that are different than the Samsung's?
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I don't know if anyone has any true to life info on this tv yet.
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Originally Posted by Kayook View Post

Yikes!
How much does that puppy retail for Chris?

Sammy's site says $6998.....wow!
post #23 of 631
street price is cheaper. The sammy is a very good price.
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I don't know if anyone has any true to life info on this tv yet.

well, here's hoping for 59.9 inches
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Now this is a tv. This tv gives you the same respect that a 50" plasma used to give you two years ago.
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Now this is a tv. This tv gives you the same respect that a 50" plasma used to give you two years ago.


I absolutely agree! This is the set that is on the top of my list at the moment. Size is great and list of specs (that are known) seem like a perfect blend. I'm going to wait and see what Pioneer comes out with as far as pricing for the 60" 1080p, Philips releases their 63", and the Panasonic 58" 750 pricing. I figure once these unknowns are out there then I'll decide. But ultimately these are the 4 sets that are on my list. What I want to see is how the Philips 63" will compare to the Samsung 63" - hopefully identical as the glass is the same.

David
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Philips will also have PP 3HD, so it will probably look decent with sd material and a 1,500$ less msrp price than the Samsung. I wish it would come out with 1.3 hdmi and xvYCC, but so far no mention of it, which is a bummer. Has anyone found its user manual in order to clear this out?
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Wow, this is an amazing television!

I currently have an HL-P5685W and have loved it over the last two years... but now we're moving to a larger house with a much larger living room (viewing distance will increase a good 3-10 feet throughout the room). I've been hankering for a 1080p television with true 1920x1080 resolution...

I was resigning myself to the idea of a LN-T5265F LCD 1080p, but was disappointed in downgrading the size. Then I checked Samsung's website again today and saw this plasma.

This FP-T6374 is exactly what I want! Perfect! Called Magnolia and put one on reserve for whenever they show up here in Oregon.
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Wow, may have to upgrade from my 73, anyone done a side by side comparison?
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I was just taking a look at the official product specification sheet on Samsung's website. On the first page it lists full 1920x1080 native resolution...

But on the second page it says,
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1024 horizontal x 768 vertical pixel resolution presents video and text with outstanding clarity and resolution.

We think that is a mistake, right?
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