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Topic # 32067 10-Apr-2009 11:09
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Both the latest LCD panels from sony and samsung, if price wasnt an issue which one would be better?

thanks in advance

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  Reply # 208600 22-Apr-2009 16:53
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I'd say the Bravia would be the best in that case. If money's not an issue, buy me one as well Wink

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  Reply # 209020 24-Apr-2009 13:17
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Having tested both side by side for a week I would go for the Samsung by a close margin.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 214208 11-May-2009 20:23
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samsung for me




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  Reply # 214667 13-May-2009 17:34
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I brought a samsung tv around xmas time,did look at sony. Although during this period,sony had not made any significant improvements on their range of LCD over the previous period & Samsung was better in every aspect, eg contrast,response speed,bit panel also review ppl were posting here on geekzone,saying that when view a SD picture on the sony it was terrible.
Was comparing Samsung series 6 vs Sony W series
Have noticed that currently sony have released a large range of LCDs (super slim,enviormentally friendly), whereas Samsung hasn't really upgraded their series 1-7.but instead released series 8-9 eg the LED Tvs

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