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Old 11-20-2007, 02:56 PM   #1  
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LN-T4061F
LN-T4065F
LN-T4053

LN-T4671F
LN-T4665F
LN-T4661F

Which ones does not have he glare problem? thanks
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LN-T4061F
LN-T4065F
LN-T4053

LN-T4671F
LN-T4665F
LN-T4661F

Which ones does not have he glare problem? thanks
I have a large picture window behind my couch and in the middle of the day I can still watch TV with the shades open. Sure, I can see the glare/reflection in darker scenes but itís not really a big issue.

*All the models you list have the same screen type except for the LN-T4053.
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Old 11-20-2007, 03:58 PM   #3  
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I have a large picture window behind my couch and in the middle of the day I can still watch TV with the shades open. Sure, I can see the glare/reflection in darker scenes but itís not really a big issue.

*All the models you list have the same screen type except for the LN-T4053.
isn't the LN-T4053 an older model? the newer models above has not improved the glare issue? Thanks
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man disregard the LN-T4053...
its not even 1080p. I only want 1080p
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not true.....the 65 series TVs have a special gloss-type screen which enhances colors. Adds glare but the amazing color detail and contrast makes up for it. The others I belive have the same anti-glare screen.
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