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  Reply # 573397 26-Jan-2012 07:21 Send private message

Marmion:
By full array LED LCD I assume you don't mean LED back-lit?


Yes I mean LED back-lit, but using an array (grid) of individually switchable LEDs, rather than the LEDs being around the edge with a diffuser like most LCD TVs and screens.

Lokhor has your friend made a decision? I now have a friend considering a new TV, for under $1000.



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  Reply # 573424 26-Jan-2012 08:50 Send private message

My friend ended up getting a Samsung series 6 40"




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  Reply # 573902 26-Jan-2012 23:40 Send private message

lokhor: My friend ended up getting a Samsung series 6 40"

May I ask for what price and from what store?
And did he get talked into an extended warranty? ;)
And what model, there appear to be at least 3 40" LCD-LED Series 6 TVs on the Samsung NZ website.

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  Reply # 574626 29-Jan-2012 14:48 Send private message

Anyone know if there are any TV's under $1K with a Colour Management System?

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