ideally want 40'
Plenty of choice, look here.
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thanks for the link, i've had a look through the tvs and couldnt find any that are rated by what hifi.not sure where else to look?
The samsung UE40F6100 gets good reviews on amazon, i don't think you will find better than that for £500 with 3D.
thanks for the reccomendation, this tv looks ok though i want smart tv as well.
I dont mind paying a bit more if i have to, but i'm on a tight budget.
Do you have to buy right now? You will struggle with your budget right now if you want smart and 3D, but if you can wait untill after Christmas you will find bargains
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Thanks for responding, i'm without a tv at the moment so it would have to be now unfortunatly.
As i said i dont mind spending a bit more if i have to, though i'm having a hard time to find anything anything that has 5 stars in what hifi.
This seems cheap
Maybe look here : http://www.whathifi.com/review/samsung-ps51f5500
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Thanks for your reccomendations guys
I've had a look at both TV's and they both seem quite good, i'm not sure which one would have the best picture out of the two.
I couldnt find many reviews for the samsung LED.
Negative points for LED ->
Negative points for Plasma ->Slightly sluggish Smart menus at timesPictures not as bright as LCD ones - not sure how much brightness would be lostStandard definition images lose a little colour naturalism ---- Slightly concerned about how much difference this would make?I would also be wanting this tv for gaming so not sure how much of a difference that makes?I know that both TV's have a motion rate of 600 Mhz.So i guess now i'm not sure which one to go for out of the two or if there are any other options out there that i should consider?Cheers
Narrow viewing angles
Glossy screen causes reflections ----- Slightly concerened about the clouding issue, not sure how regular this could be?
Negative points for Plasma ->
Slightly sluggish Smart menus at times
Pictures not as bright as LCD ones - not sure how much brightness would be lost
Standard definition images lose a little colour naturalism ---- Slightly concerned about how much difference this would make?
I would also be wanting this tv for gaming so not sure how much of a difference that makes?
I know that both TV's have a motion rate of 600 Mhz.
So i guess now i'm not sure which one to go for out of the two or if there are any other options out there that i should consider?
Did you mean an LCD TV which is backlit by LEDs?
Sorry i forgot to mention that i would be wanting to hang the tv on the wall and have just read that there are issues with the hanging the plasma, as the Tv's rear sticks out a bit.
I'm not to bothered if it sticks out a bit as long as that i can still hang it on the wall.
Yes, sorry my mistake.
I've just bee reading that the above plasma isnt to suited to day time viewing, most of my viewing would be on the night though i would still like the option to watch in daytime.
How bad is this tv for day time viewing?
Can you still see the picture?
Plasma is absolutely fine for daytime viewing, unless you're keeping the TV in direct sunlight. Personally, I prefer plasmas for their natural rendition of colours and inherently better motion control without any artificial processing.
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The 51F5500 has no anti reflective coating what so ever. it has the same pannel as my Tv (51E6500 from last year) except my TV has a pretty good coating (Real Black Pro according to the marketing fluff) And even with this coating I have to pull the curtains a bit in day time.
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