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Samsung! of course…

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SteveSolanki
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Thanks a lot everyone.After reading the suggestions here.I guess i will go for samsung :)

Thanks a lot again

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MultiLeadia
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I’ve arrived late(as usual) but I just wanted to put in my 3 cents worth. Ran a satellite/digital tv/tv antenna company before I learned to code and in my experience with hundreds and hundreds of different TV’s is that Samsung was most popular, easy to use, good overall quality, and they last. However, I recently upgraded and got a Samsung LED smart TV, and it’s great i love it. BUT I have to say that the LG & Sony LED TV ’s are not bad at all. I went in to buy only a Samsung, and it ended up being between a Samsung, Sony, and LG LED ’s.

If I hadn’t had such poor experiences with LG, and Sony TV’s, then I probably would’ve gone for the LG.

Hope you’re enjoying your new Samsung :)

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michaelhejja
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Yeah I have a 42” Samsung and the picture is so nice for playing games or watching bluray movies. But go with Sony for the Playstation 3, for sure!

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revaxarts
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Always trust Samsung, have 3 on my desk + one for TV: Never had any problems

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FRESHFACE
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Sony is probably a better brand than Samsung but that does not mean Samsung TV is worse than a Sony TV. It’s more about technology, panels, preferences, viewing conditions, etc. But personally I would suggest any LED with “local dimming” tech which currently really shines in Sony and Sharp TVs. This is the top tier until cheaper OLED comes to the market in a few years.

If you want a cinema-like experience with a very tight budget, get a $1200 projector if you can manage the drawbacks like viewing conditions etc.

Another option is a plasma (Samsung for example) which are very good TVs for their price, but has another set of drawbacks. Just a note, all TVs and their technologies have different drawbacks so it just comes down picking your poison. Pick the one you will be most comfortable with.

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BigBangThemes
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+1 to “Sony is a better brand”, but I’d prolly also go with Samsung.

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TNL3542
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i like both brands of tvs but right on im happy with my sharp 40 inch flat screen tv

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pezflash
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I own a 42” Samsung, SmartTV + 3D. Is a great TV, full of features and great if you also own other Samsung devices (mobile + tablet for me), as the communication between them is awesome.

But i would say that Sony and Philipps TVs gives a better image quality (at least the ones i saw when purchased), films looks more subtle (don’t know how to say), even less sharp, but more like cinema. Something FullHD on films turns image into kind-of-video experience, and is more obvious on Samsung Leds, maybe because of the brightness/contrast behaviour. I tried to change TV settings, but still i think Sony beats on quality.

This said, i would buy Samsung again, for the features and connectivity.

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