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  1. ninhydrin

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    I am about to look through all threads for a 3D tv, bigger the better and around £1k to £1.2k
    Only thing I'm really looking for is a good MHz maybe 600 if possible, not bothered about smart or sound just good movie playback in high def
    I've got the samsung 46A656 at the moment and like the picture but fast paced movies I find it struggles a little.... Go on point me in the right direction for somewhere to start
     
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    Look in the Which TV should I buy forum

    Which TV Should I Buy? | AVForums

    What size screen do you want?

    Or read some reviews or go to some shops

    If you want good motion handling and blacks etc, try to snap up a Panasonic 50GT60 plasma before they are all sold out. Go to Richer Sounds or a Panasonic independent
     
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    Thread moved

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    Panasonic TXP50ST60 & TXP50GT60

    Sony KDL46W905

    If you can stretch to nearer £1500 the Sony KDL55W905

    I had a similar budget to yourself and first and foremost wanted the best picture quality I could get for my money. Those were the sets I narrowed it down to. I settled on the Panasonic GT60.

    Good Luck.
     

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