[HELP] Which 75 INCH TV To choose?

Oct 28, 2016 12:03AM PDT


Can you guys suggest me best 75 inch tv? I don't care about 4k because we don't have 4k features in my country yet.. maybe in 2-3 years and 4k of that size is simply too expensive for me.

I was wondering about these tv's;


Which one of these 3 has best picture quality?

One thing I heard about samsung is that it is gathering dust and you have to clean it very often because otherwise something can break up(?)

Id like to mention I have 22 feet from coach to tv is 75 inch big enough?

Help me out please!

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See Carlton-Bale chart
Oct 28, 2016 10:51AM PDT

It's a good starting point, at least regarding the resolution part of the equation. You won't benefit from the extra resolution of a 1080p panel at that distance.

The other, arguably more important part though, is the overall PQ (picture quality). In this regard, a really bad 1080p might not be as good as a really great 720p HDTV. At this juncture you should not be buying a 720p HDTV at all IMNSHO. Read through all sorts of ratings to figure out the drawbacks of each to see if one suits your needs. Understand, some of the panels have narrow viewing angles, which could affect your enjoyment when seated slightly at the sides. Others have washed out details/poor black performance/color issues. Short of testing each one out at home, you have to thoroughly mull through the user/review feedback. Good starting places are, as well as Amazon.

Keep in mind that the larger the panel size, the easier it is to make out imperfections in various signals from different inputs. IOW, standard definition can really look bad, regardless of what type of upscaling is going on, etc. Trial and error unfortunately.
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Time to hit the reviews.
Oct 28, 2016 11:01AM PDT

I see the chart was noted but folk consistently walk up to the screen to see the up close 1080p imperfections. So as long as folk do that, UHD is an easy sale.

I've grown to be not a fan of Sam and that's before their current issues. Their penchant for buggy smart TVs is all over the web. Why they decided to make their TV depend on their services (Samsung down, the whole Smart TV is down) is a mystery. Why the (horrible) web browser needs Samsung services is a good/bad example.

I'd look at the Sony and LG.

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