HD-gaming on HDTV question?

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  1. jpb82

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    hi

    ive just been reading a few issues of the official xbox 360
    magazine and the screenshots of all the games look fantastic
    what i would like to know is which HDTV display produces the
    same kind of picture plasma or lcd.
     
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    I bought a 32 inch LCD Samsung after seeing Call of Duty 3 and PGR on the Xbox 360 26 inch display model in my local Gamestation.

    Before seeing that I wasnt convinced that LCD was any good, most LCD I have seen blur like crazy, my PC at work is pants for playing games on.
     
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    i did the same thing a year ago i also brought a 32" samsung
    after seeing a smaller version in gamestation i love the
    brightness and detail with the PQ especially in gaming but
    i hate the contrast shadow detailing and all the other
    problems this lcd suffers with in general i like lcd technology
    i just think samsung lcd's suck.

    my next tv will either be the pioneer 427xd or sony 40x2000
    im just trying to find out which one gives the very best
    PQ with HD-gaming.
     
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    It can only be plasma...:smashin:
     

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