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Originally Posted by longhorns /forum/post/0
Awesome!!!! Wow that makes me feel 10x better, i started having doubts because i know samsung leads the way in DLP's in a way. man thanks again, that's awesome, ...
... but one really weird thing i did see in store, was it was waaaay less bright than the other models on display, is this maybe just that specific tv's bulb or is it well known?
Originally Posted by BillP /forum/post/0
I, for one, would not base a large screen purchase on a CR review! Both displays are excellent, but Samsung is the DLP technology leader (and has excellent customer support). You should go to the stores to see which PQ you prefer and which has the features you want.
Arthur S 10-12-2006, 07:34 PM (partial quote ...
Consumer Reports has professional video engineers who are trained viewers. Gregg Loewen who is a Moderator on this forum did an ISF a while back for CR and was pretty impressed with the whole program. They test all sets under identical conditions, which doesn't happen anywhere else!
They use trained viewers. Testing just doesn't get much better than that.
The Toshiba only gives 90 days labor, where the Samsung gives 12 months.