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Assistance needed with purchase of LED


Standard Member
Hi guys,

I've been told by a good friend of mine that you folkes are the best at answering my question.

I'm looking at buying an LED 3D TV in the next few hours and our local retailer has the JVC 55N800 (55") going for a decent price. I need to know if it's any good. The retailer said that it's 100HZ... but I found it to be 60HZ elsewhere online. Now, if I can't get this I'll have to revert to a 46" set as there is nothing near my price range when looking at the other 55" sets.

THis is what I found so far (and have no idea what all that means, for the record):

  • Aspect ration: 16:9
  • 3D comb filter and noise reduction
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Frequency: 60Hz
  • Brightness: 360 cd/m2
  • Contrast ratio: 1600:1
  • Response time: 6ms
  • HDMI: 3
  • USB: 2
  • Component input: 1
  • Composite input: 1
  • PC input
  • JPEG, video and MP3 compatible
  • Includes table top stand and wall brackets

Advice please


Distinguished Member
This is mainly a UK/Europe based forum and not best placed to give advice for sets in your country.

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