Panasonic 50CX802B or Samsung UE49KS7000

Discussion in 'What Is The Best TV For You?' started by djnibz, May 3, 2016.

  1. djnibz

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    Hi, wanting a new tv soon. Used mainly for gaming and sport. The Panasonic has been recommended to me but I know thats a 2015 model would I be better off with the new Samsung?
     
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    I'm in exactly the same boat tbh mate... I'm unsure if to buy the older 2015 model depite it being the flagship on the owners forum it says hdr update is due june so will bring specs up bu the Samsung looks to be great and hdr ready now decisions decisons
     
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    I'm contemplating these sets as well as possibly stretching the budget to the 50DX750B. I'm not convinced that any of the edge-lit sets are worth investing so much money in though...

    If it wasn't an edge-lit IPS panel, my ideal set would be the LG 49UH850V but it's also a currys exclusive and so will hold its inflated pricetag for longer than i'm willing to wait :(

    Why can't I have a perfect 50" 10bit LED backlit HDR 3D panel for £1k? If there was such a TV I'd jump on it instantly! I also heard that passive 3d is only possible in edge-lit TVs, is there any truth in that, as it's an appealing feature...?
     
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    Also would a 50 inch be ideal for 3 metres away?
     

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