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I want to know how big is the difference between this two technologys because i want to buy an Samsung Lcd Tv , and i have found out that the model Le40B620 has wide color enhancer 2 and the model Le40B650 has wide color enhancer 3 color technology. I'm asking this because the model Le40B620 its cheaper in price and i would like to buy it if there is no big difference between the two models at the color effects, or accuracy.

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I would say Samsung WCE 3 vs WCE 2 is more like the 120hz vs 240hz debate. But even less significant.


Theres no way you could tell the difference, in WCE 3 vs WCE 2 unless you were measuring and documenting stuff, with Professional Test equipment.



Aside from that, there would be even less benefit, if you got WCE 3 on an 8-bit A Panel, or a C Panel.


In the most extreme case, I would say, go ahead and pay extra for Wide Color Enhancer 3 WCE 3,


IF you can be positive,


#1. Its an S Panel

#2. its a 10-bit Panel

#3. it has 10-bit processing.


I would suggest you look at the LN40B630 which has WCE3. And I think its a 10-bit panel with 10-bit processing, but you will have to research that to make sure.
 

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I got a LN32B650 with WCE3 over a LN32B640 with WCE2, but I did so for other reasons as well like Infolink, better contrast ratio, and online firmware updates. I can't say WCE3 is noticeably better based on what I saw in the stores but I can say my B650 has excellent color overall and I don't regret not getting the B640 instead. After all, I got a better deal than what the B640 currently goes for.
 

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to be precise, DNIe (Digital Natural Image Engine) is the processor.


Wide Color Enhancer is supposed to give a better gamut coverage but it did not do what it is supposed to do from one generation to the next.


Samsung is given lesser and lesser details about their TVs now.
 

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Thats so true its like Samsung has realized they have reached the pinnacle of what they can do with current LCD technology or are willing to do.


The industry including Samsung will make one last hit to consumers and try and get everyone to pony up for 3D LED 240hz sets.


(when 3D capable plasma have been out for 2 years now and a few LCD monitors as well)


they will try and get everyone on board with 3D LED 240hz, and HDMI 1.4 then slowly. Start with the new generational push towards OLED.


And then OLED HDMI 1.4 will basically take over until they start a new push towards 1440p


Then you will need a 1440p 3D set. So thats pretty much the next 10 years.
 

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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U /forum/post/18179213


I got a LN32B650 with WCE3 over a LN32B640 with WCE2, but I did so for other reasons as well like Infolink, better contrast ratio, and online firmware updates. I can't say WCE3 is noticeably better based on what I saw in the stores but I can say my B650 has excellent color overall and I don't regret not getting the B640 instead. After all, I got a better deal than what the B640 currently goes for.

32" LCD's are NOT Ten Bit with Ten Bit Processing and so they would never compare to 40" and > that in fact possess 10/10 in many high end models!


32" Loses as they are in a budget battle and never carry the same spec's as the HT Sizes (40"&>) - not even the XBR does in 32" sizes - you'll always have a less than PQ on a 32" 8 bit panel as a Ten bit quadrupals the details and color smoothness. Even if you expand the color space the size is meaningless when it comes to HT as 32" doesn't cut the mustard for HT size/immersion.
 

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Originally Posted by westa6969 /forum/post/18179732


32" LCD's are NOT Ten Bit with Ten Bit Processing and so they would never compare to 40" and > that in fact possess 10/10 in many high end models!


32" Loses as they are in a budget battle and never carry the same spec's as the HT Sizes (40"&>) - not even the XBR does in 32" sizes - you'll always have a less than PQ on a 32" 8 bit panel as a Ten bit quadrupals the details and color smoothness. Even if you expand the color space the size is meaningless when it comes to HT as 32" doesn't cut the mustard for HT size/immersion.

Well, CR rates several sizes of the B650: 32", 37", 40", and 46". Of all of them, the 32" has the best overall PQ and overall ratings and lacks issues the other sizes have. I made a thread about this a while back if you want to see the specifics.
 

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Originally Posted by Ice Cold /forum/post/18178770


Aside from that, there would be even less benefit, if you got WCE 3 on an 8-bit A Panel, or a C Panel.

[...] but you will have to research that to make sure.

Could you please be more specific about where to research this? Is it written somewhere on the back of the LCD or in the Service Menu?


PS: I want to know what are the display specs for my LE37B530.


Regards!
 

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Thanks for the moment , i would like to hear your's opinions if is ok to buy the model Le40B620 ( the difference between this model and the model Le40B650 is about 200 $). I will use it 80% for mouvies from pc and 20% for television.

Also I want to know what are the display specs for LE40B620 model.

Best regards !
 
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