having tried various TV technologies of different generations from B&W and COLOR BULB CRTs , CCFL LCD, FULL-ARRAY LCD/LED, EDGE-LIT, DIRECT-LIT, PLASMA and trial OLED, buyers should be aware of certain pros and cons of the TV they
purchase. now these pros and cons are not only limited by what I have mentioned. it also has to do with certain technological implementations that different TV manufacturing companies such as Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Vizio, Sharp,
Toshiba, LG, etc... are following. panels and screen coatings or glasses, refresh rates and etc.. used plays a part on getting certain results.
for starters, buyers should buy what they are looking for as a priority with their purchase or which priorities come first or of importance to them. although budget will always play a part of it, and most are leaning towards the best
bang for your buck purchase. it would have been easier if most people have a lot of cash to burn. but anyway, here are my thoughts about this product if this is a good buy or not.
my simple answer is YES.
1. TRUE NATIVE 120HZ panel with 240 BLB capability
- be wary that certain manufacturers have fake refresh rate and I mean false advertise and sometimes they do not even advertise the refresh rate. I can confirm that this model is truely 120HZ. so you can enjoy a much smoother
movement/motion when watching. if you see some skips or don't see where to ball goes in tennis, basketball, and puck in hockey, then it is pretty much a 60hz TV. the only sure thing that the TV is more than 60HZ is a Panasonic Plasma.
gamers would surely appreciate the responsiveness and smooth play.
I have a personal dilema on my hands right now. I purchased the TCP50S60 plasma last week and already I have an issue with some greenish film looking image primarily seen on white or light grey images. Anything dark is fine-fantastic actually. I have always owned a Plasma, this was just a size upgrade purchase at a liquidation price. I realize this problem may be some burn in but I did not expect that less than 2 weeks in. My dilemma is, while I am waiting for Panasonic to call me back on this issue and render a decision on what they are going to do, the same retailer I bought the Plasma from is now selling the TCL50E60 at an amazing price. There has been no question in my mind that the Plasma has a better picture but I am getting annoyed with the little issues and am wondering if I should take the leap over to the LED side with the TCL50E60. I have limited time to make this decision as this deal will not last long. It is however a $200 jump in price from the plasma. Any recommendations ?
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