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Help picking a new display!!!!

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Shannon W, Jan 26, 2018.

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  1. Shannon W

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    Guys please for give me but I’ve read reviews till I’m blue in the face.

    Currently my budget is $2000

    I’d like a 75” panel but I’m coming up short for that budget so this also is making me look into the 65” range also. My viewing area is about 12-13’; so I’m in a dalima to sacrifice some picture quality for size or gain quality and lose size? I’m currently looking at these models.

    VIZIO M75-E1 for $1799
    LG 75SJ8570 $1999
    Sony XBR-65X900E $1499
    Samsung UN65MU9000FXZA $1299

    I’m open to other models also guys!

    Just trying to get the best bang for the buck. Also understand this will be replacing a old Samsung 50” Plasma I’ve had forever.

    Thanks for your help guys!
    Shannon
     
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    I'm gonna ride this thread too :). My 65" Mitsubishi DLP is throwing up white dots everywhere and it's time to replace it I guess :(. I haven't kept up on displays so not sure where to start.
     
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    Id go another $500 and get the 65" B7A from Value Electronics.

    Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HDR looks gorgeous on an OLED.
     
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    That would be my recommendation.
     
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    Mine did that, too, but I had already moved on to another TV and relegated it to secondary usage when it started to go bad.
     
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    Concur on the LG B7 / C7 whichever goes on sale first in your price range.
     
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    Shannon W

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    I ended up going with the Sony X900E a couple weeks back and got it for $1498.00 and so far I’m happy with the panel.

    Thanks again guys!

    Shannon
     
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    As long as you’re happy that’s all that matters.
     

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