plasma or LCD

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In the market for a new TV
I really don't watch too much tv but i need a new one for about  600-700
I probably only watch/play video games about 4 hours a week
so do I need a plasma or LCD?

 
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i heard video games feel different on certain tvs is it on the plasma or lcd? also look into LED bro
 
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its like asking bud light or miller lite?

a lot of it comes down to personal preference. My last 2 HDTV purchases were both LCD's (Sharp Aquos D64 and Sony Bravia Z-series). Not that I have anything against LCD, as I have been an LCD supporter for several years, but I think my next purchase is gonna be plasma. The picture quality (assuming glare and light are not an issue in the room) is 2nd to none
 
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You should spend $200 more and cop a 40'' Samsung LED with 1080p and 120 hz. It's on slickdeal's front page as of yesterday, haven't checked today.
 

solewoman

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Originally Posted by j0rDan23dunker

i want one of these:

[h1]Samsung UN55C7000 55-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV:[/h1]

3400 bucks ^

we just started selling it...the glasses which are not included are an additional 300 and very uncomfortable. i think the player is like another 3-400 as well. but the movies when you watch em are so freaking cool.
 
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Originally Posted by SoleWoman

Originally Posted by j0rDan23dunker

i want one of these:

[h1]Samsung UN55C7000 55-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV:[/h1]

3400 bucks ^

we just started selling it...the glasses which are not included are an additional 300 and very uncomfortable. i think the player is like another 3-400 as well. but the movies when you watch em are so freaking cool.
do you guys price match? Fry's has it on sale for $2969.
 
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Originally Posted by Frank Mucus

You should spend $200 more and cop a 40'' Samsung LED with 1080p and 120 hz. It's on slickdeal's front page as of yesterday, haven't checked today.


thanks

Ill check it out

But I heard there is not point in getting 1080 unless its a 50 plus cuz you really cant tell the difference.
 
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Originally Posted by stepinitup

Originally Posted by Frank Mucus

You should spend $200 more and cop a 40'' Samsung LED with 1080p and 120 hz. It's on slickdeal's front page as of yesterday, haven't checked today.


thanks

Ill check it out

But I heard there is not point in getting 1080 unless its a 50 plus cuz you really cant tell the difference.
Why don't you go to the store and compare 720 and 1080 side by side...you will see a difference.
Only thing is, pretty much the only thing that uses full 1080 as of now is Blu-Ray...video games and TV are in 720 or slightly higher.
 
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Originally Posted by stepinitup

Originally Posted by Frank Mucus

You should spend $200 more and cop a 40'' Samsung LED with 1080p and 120 hz. It's on slickdeal's front page as of yesterday, haven't checked today.


thanks

Ill check it out

But I heard there is not point in getting 1080 unless its a 50 plus cuz you really cant tell the difference.
if it's 32 inches and below, there is no difference

but 40 and up, yes there's a difference
 
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