||01-14-2013 11:50 AM
Originally Posted by PotmeetKettle (Post 56840032)
The problem with TVs that size is that the resolution stays the same.
Anything over 50 inch will have to wait for the new 4K TVs, otherwise the image is going to look like blurry.
They're adding 20 inches to the screen width over 40, yet with ZERO increase in the actual resolution.
actually the issue with this particular TV is does not have as good of picture processing capabilities as the higher end Samsungs
this is amplified due to the size...now you notice every detail
However..as I have said before...look at the size of TV you are getting for this price
compare the picture quality of the Samsung E8000 series to this TV
Huge difference in both picture quality and price
That being said..I am sure this TV is worth $1099
Originally Posted by amytude (Post 56839822)
I wasn't sure how an HDMI splitter worked. "Decent" as in I'm a SAHM who knows little about picture quality. I can't tell inky blacks from black. We are going from 47" to likely 55 or 60" for our family room. I did stand at Best Buy yesterday just watching those TV's and trying to compare pics from one to the other. We have LG now. We have our cable box (though I hope to be rid of this soon), blu ray, xbox, and roku.
The ones I have seen are just a manual switch that has 3-4 inputs and one output
Unless your LG is a plasma...I think you will be satisfied with this Samsung