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3D will inevitably become more and more popular as the technology advances and the prices drop, but which T.V. will give you the best viewing experience? Plasma or LCD? I put together a quick run-down of what you can expect from both.
The two plasmas (Panasonic VT25 and the Samsung PN7000) seem to have the least amount of `crosstalk` (double lines around the 3D objects) and undoubtedly they proved the better format for 2D performance.
The two LCD (Sony HX909 and the Samsung UNC8000) had more crosstalk depending on what angle you are viewing it at. The Sony showed some flicker, but had the best 3D glasses of them all.
According to Cnet, all the 3D T.V.`s caused some mild distortion when you first put on the glasses, but disappeared after a few minutes with good 3D content.
Panasonic Viera TC-P50VT25: Price range – $2,010.00 – $2,599.98
The good: Superior black-level performance and excellent shadow detail; accurate primary colors in THX mode; great color saturation; effective antireflective screen; reproduces 1080p/24 cadence properly; VieraCast provides access to select Internet services and improved customization; solid 3D picture quality; includes 3D glasses.
The bad: Relatively expensive; last year’s Panasonic plasmas lost black-level performance over relatively short periods of time; non-adjustable grayscale in THX mode; some artifacts in 1080p/24 mode; fewer streaming services and apps than the competition; uses more power than LCDs and newer plasmas.
The bottom line: With both 2D and 3D sources, Panasonic’s flagship TC-PVT20/25 series plasma TV delivers outstanding overall picture quality.
Samsung PN50C7000: Price range – $1,419.00 – 2,699.98
The good: Excellent black-level performance; accurate color overall; numerous picture controls and tweaks; sleek styling with inch-deep panel; superb streaming and widget content via well-integrated Apps platform; solid 3D picture quality.
The bad: Cannot properly handle 1080p/24 sources; less efficient than LCD models; duplication of Apps and widgets can be confusing; does not include 3D glasses.
The bottom line: Among the better 2D performers available, the Samsung PNC7000 series plasma also delivers 3D for less than the competition.
Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909: Price range – $3,170.00 – $3,599.99
The good: Produces extremely deep black levels; video processing properly handles 1080p/24 material; relatively accurate color with linear grayscale; 3D compatible; 2D-to-3D conversion system works better than expected; numerous streaming video services; Excellent design with stylish monolithic exterior; energy-efficient.
The bad: Extremely expensive; exhibits more blooming than competing local dimming LED models; black areas tinged bluer; subpar off-angle viewing; 3D exhibited ghost images along edges (crosstalk); does not include 3D glasses or IR emitter.
The bottom line: Although its black levels challenge the best ever, some other picture-related aspects of the Sony XBR-HX909 series don’t live up to the high price.
Samsung UN55C8000: Price range – $2,390.00 – $3,499.99
The good: Better black levels than other edge-lit sets; accurate color with linear grayscale; numerous picture controls and tweaks; sleek styling with inch-deep panel; superb streaming and widget content via well-integrated Apps platform; 3D compatible; 2D to 3D conversion system works better than expected.
The bad: Extremely expensive; subpar uniformity and off-angle viewing; lighter black levels than full-array local-dimming sets; black areas tinged bluer; doesn’t handle 1080p/24 content properly; 3D exhibited ghost images along edges (crosstalk); does not include 3D glasses; terrible remote.
The bottom line: Its 3D is still a work in progress and its 2D picture quality comes up short of the best available, but the high-end Samsung UNC8000 series still offers superb features, solid performance, and unique style.
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