Worth every penny
Color calibration is outstanding. Sound bar is amazing. 3D effects and quality are surprisingly good. I was scared of seeing bad pixels / motion issues. 120hz trumotion is amazing. I'v been watching NFL in this tv and this TV is awesome. You can control TV and sound bar with one remote. 3D blu ray player was a bonus.
Best Value for Great Performance
Anyhow this is a great line of Smart TV's from Toshiba. Though I am looking forward to there new refreshed HDTV's coming in 2013 from what I've found out. This HDTV performs very well with vivid picture quality. The sound is alright, though I would recommend a Digital Reciever to really enjoy the audio.
Great picture quality, a classy glass-kissed design.
This TV's value really comes down to personal preference. If you'd like the "option" of 3D and a limited smart platform, but don't want to shell out the money for one of Samsung's higher-end models, the Toshiba is a high-quality TV, and is cheaper than comparison models. However, if you're buying to get into the new features like 3D and streamlined internet browsing, there are much better TVs out there for that purpose.
Superior brightness and excellent color.
Although Toshiba's L7200U series lacks some features of the competition's top-tier televisions, its picture performance matches that of more expensive models. The L7200U's strongest attributes are its brightness and color production; its weak points are its edge-light bleed in the corners and limited selection of apps.
Sharp, Clear and Bright!
We have a 44" Samsung in our 5th wheel camper and really enjoyed the picture clarity, so that's what influenced our decision on this Samsung. From the moment I turned it on, I could not believe the picture. This TV has it all. Plus the 3D is fa-nominal. If you order from Amazon, they ship it free, no sales tax and the shipping company un-crates it and sets it up for you at no charge. Of course I gave the guys a $20. as a tip though. All in all, so far we're very pleased with our decision.
The picture is also not as standout as the top tier models, but is still very good.
At $999 you may be hard pressed to find a better TV in the market in the 40" size. Not many top tier manufacturers are making the smaller sizes these day with their best models anyway. So even at 40" the UN46ES6580 is a good deal considering picture, features, and the Skype camera and 4 pairs of 3D glasses. Competition is from the LG 42LM6200.
Fairly expensive for a 46-inch TV and color accuracy would've been better.
The Samsung ES6580 is good TV, but most of its best features are the ones you'll find on almost all of Samsung's 2012 line-up. The robust Smart Platform, immersive 3D, and slick design/interface aside, it's proven to be a slightly modified version of the ES6500 series, packed up pretty with a pouty little webcam.
The differences between the two are quite simple. Where the ES6500 is the better television in color integrity, the ES6580 is brighter, which gives it a stronger contrast ratio.
Perfect SmartTV- just add a few whistles
Perfect size for our living space of roughly 10-15' from screen. It has great color and life like tones. I popped it into passive mode, just to check out some 3D action and I think it flowed very nice. I have yet to see any ghosting or issues with movement. I chose LED over Plasma, as Plasma tends to have more glare and our living space is bright.
I was most interested in the Smart functions.
1080p video upscaling/processing for all non-1080p input sources
The Panasonic TC-L42ET5 was in my setup for over a month and I found it to be very easy to setup and use (especially the remote control), and enjoyed watching a wide variety of both 2D and 3D content on the set.
Panasonic TC-L42ET5 provides a very good viewing experience for HD content, but I did find that viewing standard definition content although good room DVD sources, did exhibit visible artifacts on analog cable and internet streamed content.
Simply amazing television
As my title says this TV is simply amazing. I actually was debating on whether to purchase this 40" LED 3D 1080p 120hz Samsung TV (UN40EH6030) or a practically identical 40" LED 1080p 120hz Samsung TV (UN40EH6000). At the time of purchase the 6030 was selling for $497.99 which has 3D capability and also comes with a pair of 3D glasses. The 6000 was selling for $548.00.
Very strong colors and decent blacks
Overall, while this model doesn't have the best picture quality I've seen, it does an above-average job few people will have any reason to complain about. That, and the innovative remote, large online content mix and impressive industrial design make this a TV that has something for almost everyone.
Built-in Wi-Fi networking
The Vizio Razor M3D460SR is a 46-inch edge-lit LED HDTV that has an overall good image quality despite some minor flaws. It also has passive 3D technology, wireless networking, lots of Internet connected services and more. It does, however, have a glossy screen that shows reflections and some issues with the local dimming feature.
These are my initial (and lengthy) impressions so far. In short, I'm really impressed with the quality picture of this TV and the technology it uses. I'm very relieved that I don't have to use (and buy) heavy, battery operated and expensive glasses to see amazing hi def 3D right in my living room!
Blends sleek styling
One of the first LED-based LCDs sporting a passive 3D technology, the LG Infinia 65LW6500 blends sleek styling, above-average overall picture quality, and superior features to attract consumers. However, with so many 3DTVs edging each other out in the still relatively small 3D HDTV market, usually slight flaws like the muted 3D picture quality, along with bottom-line factors such as the hefty price tag, would make even this attractive and well-made television hard to sell.
Lightweight and inexpensive glasses for 3D
The 55-inch LG 55LW5600 is winning fans for its combination of good picture quality and cutting- edge features. The TV has better screen uniformity than many other edge-lit LED sets, such as the otherwise highly regarded Samsung UN55D8000 (*Est. $2,600) , but black levels, while dark, don't quite stand up to the very best sets, including that one.
Decent black levels for an edge lit LCD
The TV industry's love affair with 3D and connected TV features doesn't appear to be waning any time soon and this set's features keep it in line with the expectations of a midrange display. Retail prices are currently floating between $1,700 to $2,100 for the 55-incher we reviewed, which puts it in the range of similar models from Panasonic and Samsung like the TC-P55GT30 and UN55D6000.
Sports look sharp and clear without blur or stutter
The LG INFINIA 60PZ750 is a high-end 3D TV. This TV's DLNA certification means that you can play content from other sources such as PCs on it. The INFINIA 60PZ750 comes equipped with LG's SmartTV function, which provides access to content from sites like VUDU, Netflix, Youtube, CinemaNow and Hulu Plus (with the help of the wired Ethernet port or a WiFi adapter, which is not included).
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