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    Default Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    Finishing building my first HTPC that able to play 3D, and start looking for 46`` 3D TV, but never was really in to that, that why any help will be very helpful. I do not planning spend top money for the best product, I need just product that do the job that was created to do.

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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    If you are a fan of films, I would recommend Panasonic plasma TV's. Panasonic is the only producer that has constant Hz even on fast scenes. The newer products has 600Hz and is higher even if would fall, the competitors has about 200-400 Hz. Plasma also has amazing black levels, and I believe the Panasonic TV's has the best 3D as well.

    I bought a Samsung UE46C8000 about a year ago (or something like that) and it is great at games, and has nice colors and light that can make you blind. However, edge-LED is a crappy **** technology that is from the past that should never have been invented. The reason is that the LED's that lights up your screen is mounted up top and at the bottom. Therefore, when you see a white text in the center of your screen you can see light bleeding from the top and bottom all the way to the text. The 3D is not that great, but OK if you just want to test it out. Here is an example of how it looks like when you see the text on the screen

    ________________________________
    | ....................... |
    | .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. |
    | . . . . . . . . . . . . |
    | STAR WARS THX |
    | . . . . . . . . . . . . |
    | .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. |
    | ....................... |
    ----------------------------------------------

    the "." represents the bleeding effect, and is white (well really gray) on a black screen. The text is white. The same "problem" occurs on films that should have black lines on the top and bottom, and also in dark scenes where you should only see a few very bright objects.

    So the question is, are you enjoying games the most or films? Personally I would really survive a bit darker picture in games, if it would give me THAT much better picture in films. I have actually considered buying a new TV already, because I'm really not satisfied with the quality on edge led. Some people does not notice it, but if you love quality and enjoy films as much as I do then you would probably follow my advice. Still, you could always be on the lookout for back lighted LED's, as they will not suffer the bleeding that edge lighted TV's does.

    Hope this helps you out a bunch:P
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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    Thanks a lot TV will be used only for movies and maybe little internet browsing that all. What about passive or active 3D ?

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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    I do not have that much of experience with passive and active, but my Samsung TV has active 3D. The feature is not really optimized yet, so you should not let that effect your choice in what TV to buy. I did not follow the advice myself, but I regret today. It is fun a few times, but you grow tired of charging your active glasses for just ok 3D quality. Also, 46'' is not that big in the long run. If you are going to watch films for the most I would invest in 52'' if I were you. I want 65 inch or bigger myself:P However, this will not be as good when watching non-HD content and regular TV shows.

    http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/shop/VIERA-Full-HD-3D-HDTVs.list.183542_11002_7000000000000005702

    The higher the price the higher the quality (well, except larger is more expensive though).

    That should help you with most of what a buyer should need to know:P Just remember that all TV's today gives good pictures. You will almost always be satisfied. And remember to look at a few reviews on youtube and seach for the product name and "bad" on google. Example "Samsung Galaxy SII..." "...Bad picture" "...Bleeding" "...Bad 3d" "...Dark picture" and stuff like that. I have bought a few stuff myself after reading a lot of good stuff about it, after I've been disappointed I have found much more just doing a swift search with the product name and "bad":P
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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    i also have a Panasonic plasma TV and don't worry about the screen burn thing it takes a long time to burn something in it was started by someone who had the the tv running for like a month on cnn without turning it off but they do give off alot of heat i heard they are the best for gaming also
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    The amount of heat is equal to the watt it uses. If something has 60 watt, it gives as much heat as a 60 watt light bulb. If it uses 600 watt, it is the same as 10 light bulbs of 60 watt. I doubt the difference is that great on the different TV's:P

    And I doubt the plasma TV is better then a LED TV for gaming. The reason for that is because LED gives more colors and more light then plasma does. Who thinks Fable III looks better with weaker colors and dimmer light? I even considered keeping my LED TV because it is THAT much better for gaming then plasma:P Also, the pixels are easier to spot on a plasma TV, and especially when gaming as the graphics are not pre-made like in films. That "problem" does not exist (as far as I know) when you are watching films.

    If you meant that Panasonic was the best plasma TV for gaming however, I would consider it a fact without even checking due to the THX certification and the 600Hz.

    And at last, I do not believe any plasma TV today suffers from burn-ins anymore. It was mostly the firs year/few years. And a person that spends his time on films rather then hardcore watching news and "days of our lives" should rarely encounter any kind of burn-ins. Perhaps only if you play one game 24/7 as you would have the health bar etc. in the same location. In other words, you do not need to worry about it. If you invest a lot of money in a TV though, please take 10 minutes to read about your TV after you get it. Some TV's has a "cleaning program" that can keep you extra safe from burn-ins. There is probably other stuff I have never heard of, so promise you will read fast through the manuals.
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    Many thanks, I be happy to look bigger TV but looks that 46 is the biggest that I can fit.... where is suppose to go. I was reading alot about pasive 3D advantages on AVS Forums, that why I am asking, and I have 2 kids that make me start looking how to go away from expensive active 3D glasses.. that all.

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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    That's to bad, Vizio has a new 65" 3D internet connected HDTV for $2500, it even comes with glasses

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    Default Re: Plasma or LCD for 3D TV recommendations require.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    That's to bad, Vizio has a new 65" 3D internet connected HDTV for $2500, it even comes with glasses
    you can find it cheeper then that just do a price search in google
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