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Originally Posted by whitetrash66 /forum/post/18113980
any update on this?
Originally Posted by Vampyro /forum/post/18238032
I thought LG was coming out with a 65 inch 3D LCD?
All I am waiting for is a decent 65inch 3D set, anyone know which will be the 1st?
Originally Posted by aa84664p /forum/post/18241670
ok. $3,800 is about what I excpected. it's up there though. I was surprised that a lot of the displays in this first wave of 3DHDTV's will not have local dimming save for the LG's , one of the samsungs and the Vizios. Also last I checked the 55 inch Vizio was going for something like $2,600 when thats released. I need a new display but i gotta wait and see some of these reviews first. I think 3d ready means it def needs some attachment to play 3d and it wont come with glasses like the sonys. 3d will be a bonus for me though so it doesnt bother me that much. damn. decisions decisions.
With a cabinet depth of just .92 inches and an 8.5mm bezel, the LE9500 is a full LED TV with the thinness you'd normally expect from an edge-lit model. The 55-inch display supports local dimming of up to 240 addressable segments, while the Infinia LE7500 and LE5500 each offer 16 addressable segments
Originally Posted by Lee Stewart /forum/post/18238841
Probably the Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT25
Originally Posted by Vampyro /forum/post/18245243
At this point I am thinking to go with a LCD screen, due to videogaming...Chances are I will be waiting for 72 Vizio, but at 9 feet away from my veiwing area I am afraid it will be too big...