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Old 03-16-2009, 10:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which LCD to purchase?

I really don't know a good forum to check out for lcds. but hey possible you guys might know some interesting facts and recommendations.

My price range is $1900 and under. Since I will be using this for hd stuff and gaming I going to go with 120mhz refresh rate.

I've narrowed my choices down to these:

Samsung LN46A850 (1,699) 46inch
Samsung LN52A650 (1,900) 52
Samsung LN52A630 (1,699) 52

The 7 series is about 300 more dollars than the 6 and the only difference is that it has internet hook up, while the 6 series does not. Since this doesn't matter to me because it going to be hooked up to my computer. The 8 Series 46 is at the same price point, the 8 series tv is REALLY slim, internet, mulitmedia stuff...

Heard of any bad things about any of these tv's. Any good tv forums? thanks.

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Not sure about any of those but AVS Forum is a good place to ask.
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