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i've read a ton of reviews but it's still too confusing. i'd rather just ask for people to reply with their preference. both sets are the same price and both come with a blu ray 3d player and 3d start kit with glasses. i plan on watching hdtv from my local cable provider for regular tv shows, sports and movies. my tv time is equally divided between daytime watching in a sunlit room and nighttime watching.
 

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The c8000 plasma is rated the second best TV out this year, the c7000 led is a good set but nowhere near the c8000. I own the c8000 led which is better then the c7000 led, I'm planning to buy an c8000 plasma because its a great set even over my c8000 led.
 

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Had the pn58c8000 for a few days and its awesome. I checked out the UN55C7000 in the store and it looked great, but the plasma seemed to have visual benefits and i'm glad I went with the pn58 instead.
 

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Originally Posted by gagit811 /forum/post/19540725


The c8000 plasma is rated the second best TV out this year, the c7000 led is a good set but nowhere near the c8000. I own the c8000 led which is better then the c7000 led, I'm planning to buy an c8000 plasma because its a great set even over my c8000 led.

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Five other high-end 3D TVs were included, with the following overall results:


1. Panasonic TC-P58VT25 (plasma)

2. Samsung PN58C8000 (plasma)

3. LG 55LX9500 (full-array local dimming LED-based LCD)

4. Sony KDL-55NX810 (edge-lit local dimming LED-based LCD)

5. Samsung UN55C8000 (edge-lit local dimming LED-based LCD)

6. Sharp LC-60LE925UN (edge-lit LED-based LCD)


As may be expected when evaluating many picture quality parameters, this ranking isn't exactly strict. According to the Value Electronics Web site: "When the audiences voted on the best picture quality Panasonic was the unanimous winner. Voting on LCDs split the votes between Sony and LG. Sony has a better picture straight on, but quality goes down rapidly when you move off-angle; some judges rated it #2, but the audiences voted in this order." The site also stresses that numbers 2, 3, and 4 are "almost tied for 2nd," and 5 and 6 are "almost tied for 3rd, and in a few ways had superior attributes."



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