actually the tabletops have still have the HD3 chip in them but do have a newer light engine than the previous models and now have a 2000:1 contrast ratio.
The pedestal has the HD2+ chip with a 2500:1 contrast ratio. The HD2+ is a much faster switching chip than the HD3 and also the pedestal has a vertically mounted light processor which seems to help a little as well.
The newest 56" pedestal will have an Xhd3 chip which should be very nice. At .85"s its larger with more mirrors. Is 1080P, has a 5000:1 contrast thats def the model to go with
Am I correct that the pedastal series of Samsungs
have a much better HD chip then the table top?
From what I was told, the pedestals have the HD4 chip and the tabletops have the HD2+ chip. ( "sound advice" guy said they got rid of the HD3 b/c of problems w/ the HLP tabletop series.
I am under the impression that the pedestals TVs are much better than the tabel top. is that correct?