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Samsung LED TV Augmented Reality: What will a Samsung HDTV look like on my wall? E-mail
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Sunday, 21 February 2010

samsung7seriesled.jpgDo you have a new / old room in your house with a nice, empty wall that is screaming for a new HDTV?   Ever wonder what the new Panasonic, Sony, Sharp, Vizio, Toshiba, or LG HDTV will look like on the wall BEFORE you purchase it?   Well, you will have to wait a bit to see, unless you are looking for a Samsung 7 Series LED HDTV?  Samsung has created this unique tool where you can virtually see a Samsung LCD projected (well kind of) on your own wall.  Check it out and tell us what you think.


 

 

See how our LED TV 7000 model would look in your home through Augmented Reality technology. If you dont already have one, just print out the special TV icon (destination link is not completely reliable)

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 February 2010 )
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SONY KDL-52XBR9 HDTV Quick Review E-mail
Quick Look Reviews
Friday, 12 February 2010

sony kdl52xbr9.jpgPros: Reasonably accurate color overall. In Standard Color Space, the primary and secondary colors are reasonably accurate. Grayscale tracking post- calibration is good.

Cons: Poor blacks from this CCFL (Cold Cathode Florescent) panel compared to LED backlit models.  
To Buy Or Not To Buy? The poor blacks hamper contrast ratio and shadow detail: A deal breaker for anyone looking for the best picture quality from LCD.
 


Last Updated ( Sunday, 21 February 2010 )
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PANASONICíS TH-85PF12U 85-INCH BEHEMOTH PLASMA E-mail
Quick Look Reviews
Tuesday, 02 February 2010

panasonic th 85pf12umodel.jpgPros: A massive screen. Good grayscale tracking, and accurate gamma settings. Calibrates well.

Cons: The primary and secondary colors (color gamut) are inaccurate. Extremely expensive.

To Buy or Not To Buy? A novelty product for the "money is no object" consumer. Yet, you can get 85-inches for a lot less money with a front projection home theater. Like so many HDTVs currently on the market the primary and secondary colors are far from accurate. However, a Lumagen Radiance video processor mated with this set would give a calibrator the tools to improve the performance in this area so I would highly recommend that combination.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 21 February 2010 )
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