Originally Posted by Danielson99
One good reason to get rid of a plasma is because a person doesn't need an extra heater in the room. Also, the VT60 won't exactly 'kill' an M-series, in fact it's fairly equal from the professional measurements I've seen (to the reference plasma F8500).
seriously? lol ,The F8500 doesn't have the black levels that the VT60 have matter fact the person who bought the VT60 also own the F8500 and he bought the VT60 specially because of the black levels , Check the black levels numbers from the 2013 value electronics shootout , the F8500 was the choice of the attendees do to the brightness that the F8500 produce and the VT/ZT was the choice of the professionals do to the black level performance.
It seems that you didn't followed plasma reviews a measurements.
I dont go with a oled because a 65" cost 5k and the high end fald LCDs that have 10bit panels, WCG and HDR are also in that price range. I also prefer flat panels not curve.
The price of the 75" vizio is on the budget that I want to spend on a display, but! it lacks on some of the new specs for the soon to be release UHD blu ray player ,those specs are 10bit panel ,wcg , hdr , I like that the Vizio have full array local dimming for a very affordable price but I feel that if I go with a 4k vizio then the only new enhancement that I'm getting are pixels ,This is something that really depend on distance.
Yes the Vizio produce nice blacks do to the FALD but lacks on the new spec enhancements for the new UHD Blu ray.
I'm still debating on which display to keep or probably wait for the 2016 vizios ,they probably support all this new enhancements.
IMO vizio is playing smart!!! they are waiting for the new Uhd bd player that will be release early next year.
They have the new reference that are over pricey but my guess is that next year they probably have a budget displays with HDR support.
is Flat and is on a great sale and is a 10bit panel, Have WCG and support HDR. The missing part is the full array but then that will make the TV cost a lot more.