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TV Deals Question

BradJ7995 3 10 July 31, 2016 at 05:55 PM
I have seen so many TV deals, obviously, on slickdeals, but have a hard time understanding the quality of the TVs... I own a Samsung LN32B360 that was made in like 2007... How do the TVs generally compare to this set in terms of picture quality?

I understand that all the features are going to be new and nice, but there seems to be some inconsistency by posters on picture quality with the 55" - 65" Samsungs and LGs that are on sale from Dell or the like.

Any help with making any upgrade decision?

Thanks!

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It depends on how much of an aficionado you are. Most people can't tell the difference. And if you're mostly watching broadcast tv it will be hard to tell. You may notice some better colors on newer TVs. Over all I say don't worry about it
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While choosing a TV first check out it's resolution and processing rate for picture quality.
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Quote from Novakingwai View Post :
It depends on how much of an aficionado you are. Most people can't tell the difference. And if you're mostly watching broadcast tv it will be hard to tell. You may notice some better colors on newer TVs. Over all I say don't worry about it
Broadcast TV looks really good these days.
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It depends on how much of an aficionado you are. Most people can't tell the difference. And if you're mostly watching broadcast tv it will be hard to tell. You may notice some better colors on newer TVs. Over all I say don't worry about it
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Broadcast TV looks really good these days.
Yep, OTA antenna will pretty much always get you a better picture than cable. Cable companies use a lot of compression to get all the channels they need to serve in the same space.
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