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  Reply # 1232031 5-Feb-2015 22:23
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.......HDR OLED with UHD resolution... that's the (current) holy grail!

Oh yes




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  Reply # 1232036 5-Feb-2015 22:36
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mcraenz: I saw a 60" VT60 in DSE the otherday can't remember the price now but I felt a little sad knowing it was the last Panasonic VT. A magnificent display. Oh well roll on OLED. I'd be a little concerned about being an early adaptor of OLED. Burnin/IR issues? Will be great once they are perfected and mainstream though. If I was in the market right now I'd get a VT for sure.


60"?
There was never a 60" VT60... only a 55" or 65".
Was it an ST60 that you saw?



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  Reply # 1232060 5-Feb-2015 23:31
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Thanks for help with question. Ended up buying a TV tonight. Got a Sony kd65x9000b. Was bigger than what I was going to get but looks super nice. Got it for $3899 down from $5000. So was happy happy with that.

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  Reply # 1232062 5-Feb-2015 23:39
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Dunnersfella:
mcraenz: I saw a 60" VT60 in DSE the otherday can't remember the price now but I felt a little sad knowing it was the last Panasonic VT. A magnificent display. Oh well roll on OLED. I'd be a little concerned about being an early adaptor of OLED. Burnin/IR issues? Will be great once they are perfected and mainstream though. If I was in the market right now I'd get a VT for sure.


60"?
There was never a 60" VT60... only a 55" or 65".
Was it an ST60 that you saw?


Must have been a 65, was a VT. Or maybe a 55? It was a sight to behold, anyway we'll see them in the inorganic in a few years and drive by with a chuckle and a twinge of sadness.




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