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Looking at both of these TV's. Both are $899 at best buy. Which would you choose? Is there something else that I should be looking at? My limit is $900 and it MUST have HD built in.


I did notice the slight distortion that many talk about on the samsung when a ticker was scrolling across the bottom, but I don't think it would be noticed watching regular movies. I also noticed that the scan lines get farther apart as you look to the sides, but it will be about 12 ft from our bed and I don't think it would be noticed.


The picture on the LG looked like crap, I adjusted it but it did not make a difference, I am sure it was just a bad signal. I have heard some bad things about the LG also (1080i white lines).


Thanks for any input.

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Looking at both of these TV's. Both are $899 at best buy. Which would you choose? Is there something else that I should be looking at? My limit is $900 and it MUST have HD built in.


I did notice the slight distortion that many talk about on the samsung when a ticker was scrolling across the bottom, but I don't think it would be noticed watching regular movies. I also noticed that the scan lines get farther apart as you look to the sides, but it will be about 12 ft from our bed and I don't think it would be noticed.


The picture on the LG looked like crap, I adjusted it but it did not make a difference, I am sure it was just a bad signal. I have heard some bad things about the LG also (1080i white lines).


Thanks for any input.

--Ray

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The Samsung..Easy..
 

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I prefer the LG, I like the samsung being slimmer, but I like the picture on the LG more. The only thing I dislike is the way they setup the Analog vs. Digital channels. The LG to me has a better picture, along with a better exterior.
 
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