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Toshiba 46": Model G300U. LCD, 1080p, 120Hz. Price $550


Panasonic 50": Model S2 Plasma. 1080p, 600Hz. Price $800


Insignia 46": Model NS-46E560A11. LED-LCD 1080p, 120Hz. Price $750.


Panasonic 46": Model C2 Plasma. 720p, 600Hz. Price $500


Which is the best all around deal? Any of these TVs significantly better than the other?


Thanks!
 

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Toshiba 46": Model G300U. LCD, 1080p, 120Hz. Price $550


Panasonic 50": Model S2 Plasma. 1080p, 600Hz. Price $800


Insignia 46": Model NS-46E560A11. LED-LCD 1080p, 120Hz. Price $750.


Panasonic 46": Model C2 Plasma. 720p, 600Hz. Price $500


Which is the best all around deal? Any of these TVs significantly better than the other?


Thanks!

First off I don't know a lot about the Toshiba or Insiginia but I would pick Panasonic S2 over the C2 being a bigger screen.
 

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Is 4" really noticeable?

Very noticeable! And although I prefer LCD over plaz, the S2 is a nice mid-level screen from Panasonic, very bright for a plasma.
 

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Is 4" really noticeable?

4" could be noticeable but not knowing the area it will be in it's hard to say.


I would probably go at the list like this

1) Panasonic S2

2) Toshiba

3) Panasoncin c2

4) Insigna


But that is more on reviews I read or my perception of quality with each make. What is it you're going to be watching with the display? What kind of area is the display going to be in as far as windows/lights and do you care about gloss/reflections?
 

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Yes, 4" is a big difference.


Insignia is a store brand and odds are it has Samsung guts. I'd opt for the S2 first, followed by the C2 and the Insignia and Toshiba can fight for 3rd and 4th.
 

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Before you pull the trigger on either of those Pannys make sure you read up on both the rising black levels and the floating blacks. I would sure be disappointing spending my hard earned money on a new plasma only to find out after the fact that the Pannys can have significant issues effecting the picture quality.
 
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