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LN32C650?

by mikehunt114 / February 8, 2010 7:44 AM PST

So I have been looking at the LN32B650 model (am interested in it's DLNA/networking capabilities). I went to the local electronics shop, asked if they had one in stock - nope. I asked if they could order one in - nope. The guy claimed the model would soon be out of date and that a new one would be replacing it. I don't know much about TV buying, but it seems to me like if I want to buy an old model NOW, since the new model isn't out, I should. But hey, we all know the world doesn't run on common sense.

So I went back to my old friend google, and see that there have been a couple announcements about the "C" model of this TV. My question is, when will this model be available?

Thanks.

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by mikehunt114 / February 10, 2010 1:38 AM PST
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Anyone?

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LN32C650?
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / February 10, 2010 3:11 AM PST
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mikehunt114,

I don't have any information on the release dates of the new models yet.

--HDTech

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by mikehunt114 / February 11, 2010 1:44 AM PST
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Alright then, thanks anyways.

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let's check
by Cadssdac / March 26, 2010 6:24 PM PDT
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In conclusion, I was not happy with the performance of this TV. If you want to go ahead and order it anyway, that's your call, but I'm just putting the warning out that if you don't like ghosting or overdrive, do not buy this. You'll be disappointed. Note: I also saw a lot of ghosting in movies too.

By the way, I know how to use the display settings on my PS3, so don't tell me that I have an issue with the PS3. I also have a 40" Samsung that is 1080p and I have no issues with ghosting or anything.

credit: Samsung LN32C530

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