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Blu-Ray TV's what are the best on the market and why?

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Blu-Ray TV's what are the best on the market and why?

Postby fritzroy » Fri Feb 15, 2013 3:54 pm

Why do some tv's look practically real while watching a blu-ray movie but some don't. I am seriously looking at buying an HD tv but.... I don't want to buy one if it doesn't looks its best. What should I look for to know I am going to get that real looking picture?
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Postby girvyn » Fri Feb 15, 2013 3:57 pm

HDTV's are not all built the same. Also, they have different specs. And size does matter. If you compare a 32" LCD with 720p and 60hz to a 55" 1080p 240hz plasma you will see that the 55" will look much better because of the size, higher specs, and plasma video quality is better than LCD (in my opinion). What you should look for is the TV that's looks best to you and obviously one that fits your budget. Stick with well-known quality brands like Panasonic, Samsung, Toshiba, Sony. When it comes to HDTV's you get what you pay for so don't buy a cheap brand.
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Postby georgie33 » Fri Feb 15, 2013 4:10 pm

Just go to a store like Best Buy and compare all the different TVs they have. They usually have like 30+ running at the same time so you can see what the picture looks like. Generally, all pictures will look the same, but the color settings may be different from brand to brand. You can adjust these via the settings menu and will probably take 5-10 minutes tops. Also keep in mind that there are some brands that simply don't compare to the more expensive brands.
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Postby driscoll » Fri Feb 15, 2013 4:18 pm

I think plasma are still the best HDTVs out there, and it has 600hz and no less for now, which can keep up with the the action in action movies. So one don't see that two or three second streak. After the scence over. LED HDTVs have either 120hz or 240hz for now. With LCD and LED HDTVs what I have seen with my own nake eye, is that certain scences of a movie looks like you are watching a live play or at the filming of it for so many seconds. It like what they use to say at the at of a sitcom, "It was filmed with a live studio audience." But that does not happen with a Plasma HDTV at all with any movies.

If you want to go for a LED HDTV, these are what you should look at

Elite PRO-60X5FD (Pioneer's, it a business deal beween Pioneer and Magnolia Hi Fi. So it only sold at any Best Buy with a Magnolia Hi Fi)

Elite PRO-70X5FD (Pioneer's, it a business deal beween Pioneer and Magnolia Hi Fi. So it only sold at any Best Buy with a Magnolia Hi Fi)

Sharp LC-60LE640U


If you want to go for a Plasma HDTV, these are what you should look at

Panasonic TC-P60UT50

Panasonic TC-L55ET5

Samsung PN64E550D1FXZA

LG 60PM9700

It kind of too bad that Pioneer don't make Plasma HDTVs anymore since late Febuary of 2009 or mid March of 2009. They were the best in HDTV generally speaking no matter it LED or Plasma. Here goes a link to read about for info.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20034816-1.html
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Postby janko » Fri Feb 15, 2013 4:19 pm

Look for specs like 1080P HDTV Plasma they are the best picture but don't last as long as LED the brand LG is good one.
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