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i have some problems with the blacks on this plasma,i think they are moore grey black than black,i have a philips crt screen and that have 10 times better black then my plasma have,and the philips is 15 years old and beat my plasma on blackness,what is the world coming too when i got a better black level on my crt then my plasma tv.i think this technology is going in the wrong direction.all i want is a good plasma with good black level for a reasonably price.i dont have so much money that i can buy a realy good tv,but i wannt values for my money,is that to much to aske?i have read on my plasma and they say it got good black,well from where iam sitting it aint black moore grey black and thats not good for me.an the cinema moode is moore green thingi on the screen whats up with that?`we consumer are getting FU.... in tha ass i think,its my 3-4 plasma and all i have had was good in a rewiev,but not for me,i hate this ****,why the heck cant we get a good tv for a reasonably price,is that soo hard?iknow the moore it cost the better it is,but i think they can think about the peopel who dont have that much money can get a descent tv,I get irritated when i turn on my tv alle my plasmas i have had even over poor pic quality or grey blacks.soo i need to sell my ass on the street just to get a very good tv;P
 

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I highly recommend the Samsung 43" PN43E450

The new 'Real Black' panel' is VERY resistant to image

retention and it has great blacks and picture quality.

Wallmart has it rolled back to $399 and it's the best TV

money can buy at that price.

Be sure the Cell Light at it's max of 20 and set to 'Movie' mode.

With the Cell Light turned way down Samsung gets the Energy Star rating.

On my E450 it was only at 6 for 'Standard' mode and completely unwatchable.

Unfortunately that is the default setting out of the box

so at the store they look very dim and broken.
 

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Hi.i just tested my mom"s philips 42PFL4007t led tv,and she has very good black level,no grey blacks there but on my samsung plasma tv it"s grey black,shouldent plasma have better blacks then lcd or led tv? i dont understand that my mom"s philips tv has better blacks and its black then my plasma tv?
 

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Originally Posted by shield1280  /t/1421748/my-samsung-ps51d535-plasma-poor-black-level#post_22266162


Hi.i just tested my mom"s philips 42PFL4007t led tv,and she has very good black level,no grey blacks there but on my samsung plasma tv it"s grey black,shouldent plasma have better blacks then lcd or led tv? i dont understand that my mom"s philips tv has better blacks and its black then my plasma tv?

what year is your Samsung plasma (it's printed on the back.

You can't compare a 2011 or older Samsung plasma to this years models.

Yes they have improved that much.

They have no image retention problems at all witch is a major breakthrough

if not the holy grail of solving the number one complaint against the tech.
 

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Then i will hear with my mom if we can change tv"s,i hate look at black grey,it will be a big change from 50 to 42,but the black is black on the philips.
 

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Originally Posted by shield1280  /t/1421748/my-samsung-ps51d535-plasma-poor-black-level#post_22266888


Then i will hear with my mom if we can change tv"s,i hate look at black grey,it will be a big change from 50 to 42,but the black is black on the philips.


put down the crack pipe son.....................
 

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Originally Posted by sonyfan  /t/1421748/my-samsung-ps51d535-plasma-poor-black-level#post_22267412


put down the crack pipe son.....................

Yea i put i down hehehhe.i gues i just have to live with the grey black till i buy my self a new tv.
 
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