Question LG 49LF6300 or SAMSUNG UE48H6400

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  1. morty192

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    As the thread title suggests which TV should I choose?

    - LG 49LF630V at £499

    or the

    - Samsung UE48H6400 at £549

    Which TV do you think is better, the 3d isn't important to me but I will be watching a lot of movies (from an Apple TV/Freeview HD and possibly Blu Ray) and football (BT Sport app, Freeview HD) on the TV I end up getting, so which one should I choose to ensure best picture quality and least motion blur.
     
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    As a 6400 owner I am biased.
    I paid £679 last year for mine with a 5 year warranty from Richer Sounds and still consider it was a good buy.
    A year later and still very happy, Picture quality is to put it bluntly supurb, Free View HD, Now TV box and just installed Plus Net You View with the added HD Pack. Football is fine, no Motion Blur, I use Clear.
    Spend a bit of time with the Picture Settings, out of the box Movie is good, I use Standard, with a bit of tweaking you can get a great Picture.
    Now discontinued, £549, is a bargain.
     
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    Have you tried Mark's calibrated settings?

    Samsung H6400 (UE55H6400) Reviewer's Recommended Best Settings | AVForums
     
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    My Settings.
    Picture Mode Standard.
    Back Light 10.
    Contrast 88.
    Brightness 45.
    Sharpness 0.
    Colour 50.
    Tint G50\R50.
    Dynamic Contrast Off.
    Black Tone.Off
    Flesh Tone. Off.
    Colour Space. Auto.

    Advanced.
    Motion Lighting. Off
    Colour Tone. Standard.
    Digital ClearView. Off
    MPEG Noise Filter Off.
    Motion Plus. Clear.
    TV is wall mounted.
    I have used these settings for about 11 months and am more than happy with them.
     
  5. Ossie77

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    Good for you! As a former owner of the 48" H6400 I can say Mark's are the cats pajamas! Give 'em a whirl (if you can be bothered inputting the white balance values!) They improve colour accuracy.
     
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    I was also going for the Samsung as my dad had just bought one and it was a fantastic piece of kit.

    However I kept finding reports of "Lip Sync" issues, (there is a thread on here somewhere), by all reports it is sorted now but it was just enough to push me into getting the Sony KDL-50W829B instead..........which is also a brilliant TV................:D
     

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