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im just a college student with not much money, I have at most 1000-1300 dollars to spend right now. I love blu-ray, and love my ps3 gaming. But I just cannot decide if I want a really really nice 2D tv or just cheap 3D Tv like the samsung 50inch 720p 3D tv for $899 on best buy.


What do you think is the best way to go? Like for super bowl all my friends come to my house to watch so I wont have enough 3D glasses for all of them so during that time it will just be 2D, and the only time im going to use 3D is when maybe my gf and I watch movie or when i play game by my self.


I just think for the sake of bunch of friends coming over I think just getting the high end 2D tv will be good, but at the same time I really really want a 3D tv.


I currently own panasonic 50inch 720p 60hz I got 3 years ago, and will be selling that soon.
 

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Dell has recently had Mits DLP on sale for dirt cheap.

I saw $599 for a 60" or just above $1k for a 73", yes, 73".
 

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I have decided to go for the 3D tv.

But I am stuck on models which one to buy.


PN50C490B3D (50 inch 720p 600hz 3D) $900


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PN50C680G5F (50 inch 1080p 600hz 3D) $1300


Both are in my budget but I want to spend less as possible. But is the 1080p really that worth it for 400 dollar? I love watching blu-rays and playing games. And my current tv is plasma 720p 50 inch, so Im a little afraid the $900 dollar might have the same quality as my tv just with 3D effect, even though my current tv is 60hz
 

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get the PN50C680G5F its 1080p and the PQ is awesome and you can sell the tv you have now to make some money back. go to best buy and check out the PN50C680G5F and the PN50C490B3D.


there is a topic about the PN50C680G5F people like this set.
 
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