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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Tim Jin, Oct 6, 2007.

  1. Tim Jin

    Tim Jin Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    It's been a really long time since I visited the forums. WOW, the layout sure has change!!!

    I think that I'm finally thinking about upgrading my Panny 47 RPTV to a 1080p set. By the way, Gregg calibrated my Panny twice and it still looks great.

    I would ike to get a flat panel, either a LCD or a Plasma and yes, I will get the new set calibrated again and most likely from Gregg.

    I want a 50" screen. I really like 1080p Panny Plasma with their new anti glare screen, but I've always liked the Sharp Aquos.

    Which one is a better buy and how well does the anti glare coating works with the new Panny's?

    I have a lot of lights coming in my house. I never really liked plasmas just because I don't need a 50+" mirror in the house. I was happy to see that Panny tackled the problem, but I would like to hear from others.

    I'm glad that I'm back, but I need to be re educated on TV again [​IMG].

    Thanks!
     
  2. GeorgeAB

    GeorgeAB Well-Known Member

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    Plasma generically still beats LCD in overall picture quality. Look at Gary Merson's new article in the latest 'Home Theater' magazine as an example. Go for the new Panasonic 750 series plasma, if your ruling priority is image fidelity. Gary's HDGuru.com site has a review and some of the article from HTM.

    Best regards and beautiful pictures,
    G. Alan Brown, President
    CinemaQuest, Inc.

    "Advancing the art and science of electronic imaging"
     
  3. Tim Jin

    Tim Jin Well-Known Member

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    What is the price range on the 750 series?
     
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    SethH Well-Known Member

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    The 50" runs about $3500.
     

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