CNETS Review on the LG
CNETS Review on the PANASONIC
(According to them this TV is garbage! FYI The TV model appears to be TC-L55DT50)
As for your Samsung UE55ES7005 Is not an American model, look deeper before buying!
Based on what I have seen your price range appears to be $1,200 to $1,700. Why are you looking at LCD-LED TVs? I say this because plasmas do give better overall picture quality, however will appear dim in light rooms. That said, if lighting is bright LCD-LEDs would give a brighter picture.
Panasonic inside your range (PLASMA)
I own the LCD-LED Samsung UN55ES8000, and hate it! I got it for pennies due to a small scratch and a nice friend so I can't really complain. Before the new 9000 series this was their top model and let me tell you the black levels are better than my 2009 Plasma, images appear jitter/blurry seen at best when its trying to show ESPN, stock market when they show fast words floating across screen and its a blur than clear than back to blur. If thats what this model does, imagine all their models doing this.
Overall your LG appears to be best considering your choices, but look into other TVs.
-I use CNET on all my research as other sites. CNET has been true to their reviews which I look deeper into by viewing those TVs in person. Try to search this site on their reviews and price ranges-
Today I went to the electronic stores to buy a new TV. I wanted to get a Samsung TV, but after today, I don't even know what TV model to buy!
First store recommended me an LG TV, second store a Samsung, the last one a Panasonic.
I need some help on what is best regarding picture quality, features, engine etc.
These are the models I had a look on:
LG 55" LED/FULL HD/800 MCI/T2C. Modelname: 55LM760T.
PANASONIC 55" LED/FULL HD/1600Hz/T2. Modelname: TXL55DT50Y.
SAMSUNG 55" LED/ FULL HD/800 Hz/T2. Modelname: UE55ES7005.
These three has pretty much the same features. The only thing additionally is that the LG has a special remote controller & the Samsung a camera. Nothing extraordinary feature about the Panasonic. Not that the camera nor the remote controller is really needed.
They told me that while the Samsung & LG does a good job on the picture quality, the Panasonic produces the fastest & most realistic picture (hence the 1600 Hz). That Panasonic's picture produces what we would see out in the real world, while Samsung & LG makes things a lot lighter to make it more colorful?
What do you think when you look at these three models.
Which has the fastest and greatest engine?
LG Engine: Triple XD Engine. Panasonic engine: Vreal 3D. Samsung engine: Hyper Real 3D Engine.
What matter most to me is the picture. Which of these TV produces the greatest HD & 3D picture?