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Buying LCD/LED TV

by zamora10-13 / June 20, 2010 9:44 PM PDT

I am looking to get a new LCD/LED tv and want to spend around $2,200. I like the LG 55LH90 but like the new Sharp LED tv's. Does anyone have any reviews or suggestions for me. When does CNET plan on reviewing these sets for us. Particularly the LC-60LE920UN or 820. If you have any other suggestions let me know. I would like 55" or larger and anything but plasma that has great video and build quality. For less then $2,200. Thanks

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Compare at a local store?
by Dan Filice / June 21, 2010 9:54 AM PDT
In reply to: Buying LCD/LED TV

Do you have a local store where you can personally view and compare different sets? Even if you can't compare the exact two sets you consider, you should be able to compare a high-end LCD with the LED sets. I've spent a decent amount of time with new LED sets and I personally don't care for the color. I find it too cold compared to more natural colors on LCD. Plasma has the best, but since that's not an option, I personally would consider a higher-end LCD. About 2 weeks ago I went to a local high-end video store with a friend who was shopping for a TV, and I really liked the new Sony LCDs. I found all of the LEDs (whether Sony, Samsung, etc) to have harsh, cold colors. That's probably just my feeble eyeballs, but that's how I precieve them. I think the Sony Bravia 55" EX500 was $1600. Not bad.

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Thanks
by zamora10_13 / June 21, 2010 11:01 AM PDT

Yeah i like plasmas as well I'm just in the military and moving around and shipping it every time probably isn't much of a good thing for it. Thanks for the reply i will definitely look into the Sony.

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