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Topic # 66906 25-Aug-2010 13:04
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Ok, I know some are already moaning in their head to get a plasma instead.

 

However, for those willing to humour me, are there any particular models that have the least amount of lag?

 

I was thinking of the Samsung 46" Series 6 C650 which seems to get praise for all areas apart from gaming lag. Anyone know how much of a difference Game Mode makes?

 

Cheers.

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  Reply # 372707 25-Aug-2010 15:05
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Hey slapnutz I have a Sony Bravia 46-W4500 LCD and it is one of the best LCD's out there. Even though it is their 08/09 model it still beats some of the 2010 models by far. I use a PS3 and it is perfect for gaming with motion flow set to medium, no lag what so ever.

http://awards.whathifi.com/winners/televisions/2008

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  Reply # 372801 25-Aug-2010 18:40
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Thanks buddy. I've heard great things about the Sony W series... only problem is that they are no longer made?

I guess I should have said LCD thats still in production. Any point waiting until Christmas .. anyone know of newer models coming around that season?

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  Reply # 372977 26-Aug-2010 09:08
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slapnutz: Thanks buddy. I've heard great things about the Sony W series... only problem is that they are no longer made?

I guess I should have said LCD thats still in production. Any point waiting until Christmas .. anyone know of newer models coming around that season?


You could probably pick one up off trade me for a good price, but if you wanted to buy one new then the new Sony Bravia 2010 models are stil pretty damn good.


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