I think like buying a desktop computer monitor, you've got to buy what pleases your own eyes. I wouldn't buy anything I haven't seen in a store. That said, I don't find plasma TVs very pleasing to my eyes, YMMV. I have LG, Sony, and Samsung TVs and like the picture on all them. I also have Visio and Westinghouse TVs but the picture on them doesn't seem quite as good. LED TVs are almost always good, and many LCD ones are good as LEDs. The oldest of my TVs is a 3 year old 47" LG LED, and I love it. I haven't had the first problem with it. None of my TVs are the so called Smart versions, and I intend to keep it that way. If I need Internet on my TV, I can run an HDMI cable from my laptop or get a Blu-ray player with WiFi.
Hello CNET community!
I am planning to set up a movie (cinema) room at my home. <div>
I recently bought the LG BP, but I haven't got a TV. I am unable to decide between the following products:
Panasonic TC-PZT60 (Plasma)
Samsung F8000 (LED)
Panasonic Viera ZT60 (Plasma)
Samsung PN64F5500 (Plasma)
Panasonic TX-P42GT60B (Plasma)
Panasonic TX-L47DT65B (LED)
Samsung LN46E550F6F (LCD)
Vizio XVT553SV (LCD)
LG Infinia 47LX9500 (LED)
What would be your best pick? Reply to this thread with your most recommended pick (at least one each) for LED, LCD and Plasma.
Note: Please give me your comments only if you have a good idea of the displays of these TVs.
When you type your opinion, please keep in mind that price and design (not the visuals) don't matter much to me.