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LN52B630 Vs LN52B750

by TravisBean / December 12, 2009 2:47 AM PST

How much of a better picture would I get by upgrading from a LN52B630 to a LN52B750? On paper the 750 shows better contrast ratio and 240Hz operation. How much of a real world picture improvement would I see? I mainly use the TV to watch Blu-ray/DVDs, and HD Movies through the HDMI output of my cable box.(the extras like DNLA are of unimportant to me-I'm only interested in better picture quality)
Is 240Hz a more skillfully implemented/functional/usable feature than 120hz ?

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by TravisBean / January 28, 2010 12:39 AM PST
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Any feedback from the Samsung Tech team would be greatly appreciated.
As stated above, I'm mainly interested in knowing if the B750 would give me a better PQ when watching movies when using low AMP settings.(Blur and judder reduction set to 5 and 2 respectively)
The LN52B630 does have an excellent picture, sometimes almost perfect.

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by tyrexden / January 28, 2010 1:37 AM PST

i have the LN46B630. I truly love this TV. I believe its only 80,000:1 contrast ratio, while the B750 is at least 100,000:1, so that is probably the biggest difference. Basically, some of the darker shades of grey at the extreme end of the spectrum just appear black rather than giving off a more gradient, however you wouldn't realize that unless you were seeing them side by side, and then still maybe you wouldn't be able to notice.

I wouldn't get too hung up on the 120 vs 240, either.... On my set, i choose a very low setting with the AutoMotion 120 anyway, because i think using the higher settings induces an artifical 'soap opera' effect. Basically, what i'm saying is that even if i had the 240, i wouldn't really be employing that function by choice.

the 750 also streams wireless from PC, and has a few (useless) widgets. The 630 has USB input which allows for direct hard drive connection.

Certainly, the 750 is a step up, though it depends on what kind of deal you're getting. If they are close in price, opt for the better one... otherwise you'd be very happy with the 630.

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