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Samsung LN46C630 or UN46C6400


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#1 of 3 KiaKia

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Posted November 15 2010 - 03:46 AM

Please help a relative novice when it comes to quality tvs currently on sale. I think it's time I replace my Samsung LNS4051D. I've found two possible options. Both are listed for 1000. The LN46C630 seems to be a popular choice in terms of quality for good value, but the UN46C6400 is listed at a higher price in every other case. Is it because it has a better quality overall? I should mention the UN46C6400 seems to be lacking a warranty option. My main use for my television is binge bluray viewings. Thanks!


#2 of 3 Patrick Sun

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Posted November 19 2010 - 06:38 AM

The UN version is the sexy LED-backlight version that is fetching a pretty penny.  It's supposed to have the best black level performance over the conventional LCD backlight solution which the LN version employs.


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#3 of 3 tls36

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Posted November 24 2010 - 12:41 PM

Not to hijack your thread, but I am looking at a similar Samsung but in a 55 inch.  How much of a factor is motion blur on a LCD vs LED?  The 700 series features 240Hz refresh rate and the 600 series has a 120 HZ refresh, opinions?????






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