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Which branded 3d tv is best in terms of performance?

by spran54 / June 21, 2011 7:01 PM PDT

Among the multiple 3d tv brands in market, which is best?
Hard to judge.
What your experience and knowledge says I would love to know that in the same reference. Best in terms of performance, looking, price etc?..
Please share your experience.

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Best branded 3d tv...
by Qaium098 / June 21, 2011 9:24 PM PDT

Well i would say performance wise Samsung is good enough, you can think about it.
But LG also launched its best ever FPR 3d tv with many additional superiority.
Better if you can take a demo of both the brands 3d tv and then make your decision.

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Best 3d tv brand.
by spran54 / June 22, 2011 3:31 PM PDT
In reply to: Best branded 3d tv...

I too heard from some source about the FPR 3d tv and if i am not wrong it's a LG 3d tv, isn't it?
But don't have enough knowledge about the fpr 3d tv.

And yeah one of friends also owning the Samsungs 3d tv and she's very happy with that...but sometimes she reports a problem of flicker in her tv and she also advised me that continue your search beyond the Samsung.

She also advised me to consider LGs 3d tv but I'm in doubt.

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Panasonic Plasma
by Dan Filice / June 22, 2011 4:01 PM PDT

I had the opportunity to spend some extended time with a Panasonic 3D Plasma, and it was fantastic. Once I was done watching 3D, watching regular HDTV was better than what I've seen on many LED and LCD sets, The problem with those is that they are rated at 240Hz, which to me make non-3D look weird (look up Soap Opera Effect).

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Panasonic 3d tv
by spran54 / June 23, 2011 4:10 PM PDT
In reply to: Panasonic Plasma

As you said you're using the Panasonic 3d tv, may in know flicker is there in your 3d tv set or not.
Or which 3d technology you got in 3d set?

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Panasonic 3D TV
by Dan Filice / June 24, 2011 2:51 AM PDT
In reply to: Panasonic 3d tv

The Panasonic 3D TV was not my TV. I own two Panasonic non-3D Plasma TVs. The Panasonic 3D TV I was watching was a newer Viera 3D TV. I saw no flicker. The Panny Plasma is simply refreshing the Plasma gas, which is different than how LED or LCD do the refreshing. I was using 3D glasses that had batteries. A bit clunky, but the result was very good. To me, the Panny Plasma looked much better for watching regular HDTV channels too. The LED/LCD that are 240Hz drive me nuts. The two Panasonic Plasma TVs that I own are not 3D. I personally do not care for the LED/LCD sets that are 240Hz. But that's just my opinion.

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Which branded 3D TV is best in trms of performance?
by rajhansvandana / June 22, 2011 7:23 PM PDT

I feel 3D TV can only be judged through the Technology used...and these days FPR Tech is on top...

FPR is delivering amazing features which conventional technology is not able to deliver...


2D To 3D Conversion, Flicker Free, High-Brightness, Comfortable Glasses, etc..

Thus, I would suggest that those 3D TVs which are advanced with FPR Tech should be taken into consideration...

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