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Samsung LN52B750...Wow

MrMechanic
04-10-2010, 10:36 AM
Finally replaced my Panasonic Plasma with burn in yesterday. I decided to get the Samsung LN52B750.

I went with LCD because of the whole burn in thing and all I can say is wow. Colors and flesh tones are pretty much spot on. The 2ms pixel response time is incredible, virtually no motion blur. I have tried watching football, baseball, and hockey on it and I see no blur. Also watched Transformers bluray, what a TV.

Black levels are more than fine for my viewing environment. And the best part is, they won't rise overnight. I have also tested the viewing angles. While you do lose the incredibly impressive POP at extreme angles, it still is a pleasure to watch.

The absolute best part about this TV is that I no longer have to worry about IR. What a relief. I constantly felt like I was babying my plasma, and it still burned in. I was always paranoid about watching ESPN, CNN, even sports with their static score boxes. Not any more.

I love this TV.

JohnnyGalaga
04-10-2010, 11:41 AM
Good for you! I am so paralyzed in making a decision because of all the pros and cons.

pappylap
04-10-2010, 11:58 AM
Send us the Serial Number and we will see who it belongs to..........;)

unotis
04-10-2010, 12:20 PM
Finally replaced my Panasonic Plasma with burn in yesterday. I decided to get the Samsung LN52B750.

I went with LCD because of the whole burn in thing and all I can say is wow. Colors and flesh tones are pretty much spot on. The 2ms pixel response time is incredible, virtually no motion blur. I have tried watching football, baseball, and hockey on it and I see no blur. Also watched Transformers bluray, what a TV.

Black levels are more than fine for my viewing environment. And the best part is, they won't rise overnight. I have also tested the viewing angles. While you do lose the incredibly impressive POP at extreme angles, it still is a pleasure to watch.

The absolute best part about this TV is that I no longer have to worry about IR. What a relief. I constantly felt like I was babying my plasma, and it still burned in. I was always paranoid about watching ESPN, CNN, even sports with their static score boxes. Not any more.

I love this TV.

I guess it can happen, but I've had my Panasonic plasma for almost 3 years and haven't had anything even close to burn-in or even image retention that lasted any time at all.

I'm surprised to say the least, but I'm glad you're happy and Samsung makes a very nice LCD.

MrMechanic
04-10-2010, 12:38 PM
Send us the Serial Number and we will see who it belongs to..........;)

Technically, that would be BestBuy store 319, 4100a N Harlem Ave.:D

MrMechanic
04-10-2010, 03:27 PM
I guess it can happen, but I've had my Panasonic plasma for almost 3 years and haven't had anything even close to burn-in or even image retention that lasted any time at all.

I'm surprised to say the least, but I'm glad you're happy and Samsung makes a very nice LCD.

Thank you, it seems to be pretty rare here that people are happy for somebody who buys an LCD over a Plasma, let alone somebody who went from Plasma to LCD.

Out of pure curiosity, what are you surprised about? The fact that my Panasonic Plasma has BI, or that I am genuinely ecstatic about my Samsung LCD?