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Samsung PN50C7000 Optimal Picture Settings / PN58C7000 / PN63C7000 E-mail
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Monday, 26 July 2010

samsung pn58c7000.jpgHere they are.  The ones you have all been waiting for.  Few TVs are in higher demand than the Samsung C7000 series.   Here at TweakTV, we have the exclusive suggested settings based off of a professional calibration for your own personal use.   Remember, nothing beats a personal in home professional calibration, but these settings are a great starting point.   Be sure to tell us what you think.

Samsung PN50C7000 - Samsung PN58C7000 - Samsung PN63C7000

Last Updated ( Monday, 26 July 2010 )
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Panasonic TC-P50G25: Quick Look Review: THX Mode Is Much Brighter Than On Previous Models E-mail
Quick Look Reviews
Tuesday, 29 June 2010

panasonic-plasma_10-g25.jpgPros: Good blacks, and much more light output capability than on the earlier G10, G15, and V10 series panels.

 

Cons: No motion smoothing processing for 1080p/24fps Blu-ray, and not 3D capable.

 

To Buy or Not To Buy: Excellent  value for the money. Very good performance coupled with excellent connectivity, and a good feature package. Highly recommended!

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 October 2010 )
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MITSUBISHI ABOUT TO ROLL OUT SECOND GENERATION LASERVUE LASER DLP HDTV WITH NEW 75-INCH SCREEN SIZE E-mail
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Thursday, 15 April 2010

mitsubishilaservuel65-a90.jpgMitsubishi has just recently launched their second generation LaserVue laser based DLP HDTV in May of this year. The first generation LaserVue, the L65A90, a 65-inch rear projection DLP HDTV was launched in the fall of 2008. The new L75A91 sports a 10 inch larger screen area as well as improved picture quality and performance at a significantly lower MSRP. It also adds a new Picture Mode called Cinema Color, developed by Mitsubishi in conjunction with Hollywood coloring specialists to approximate the wider color space of film versus the Rec 709 standard for HD video sources. 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 June 2010 )
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Samsung PN58C7000 Plasma HDTV Quick Review E-mail
Quick Look Reviews
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
samsung pn58c7000.jpgPros: At about $2,500, the PN58C7000 is a relatively good value in big screen plasmas. Good feature set with very good connectivity. 3D ready.

 

Cons : Blacks are not as good as the best Panasonics (Especially the VT25 series). Color decoding continues to push red slightly rendering skin tones too pink.

To Buy Or Not To Buy? A good performer overall with slightly better blacks than last year’s flagship models the PN860 series. While not quite as good as Panasonic’s best THX certified models, the PN58C7000 is a credible performer. Recommended. 



Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 June 2010 )
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Samsung Moving Backward With LCD and Forward With Plasma Line In Terms Of Overall Performance E-mail
Blog
Tuesday, 15 June 2010

samsungs un55b8500.gifI was surprised to find that Samsung decided not to make any direct array LED backlit LED LCD panels for 2010. Coming on the heals of the excellent UN55B8500 and UN46B8500, which were widely regarded as perhaps the best direct type LED panels ever made, abandoning this path was a strange decision. Instead, the company has opted to go solely with Edge lit models for 2010.

Last Updated ( Monday, 21 June 2010 )
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Samsung UN32C6500 / UN40C6500 / UN46C6500 / UN55C6500 / UN65C6500 Settings off of Calibration E-mail
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Saturday, 05 June 2010
samsung un65c6500.jpgSamsung UN32C6500 -
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Samsung UN65C6500
Last Updated ( Saturday, 05 June 2010 )
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