UE46F7000 versus E60b or E6b


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I'm currently trying to decide whether to spend £900 on the Samsung UE46F7000 (quite a discount on its original price) or TX-L50ET60B, or save £300 and go for a Panasonic TX-L50E6B at £600.

I don't need 3D or freesat, and I think the PVR functionality on the Samsung is not done well enough to replace a dedicated PVR with serieslink, and so I don't really need its extra tuners.

I do need good SD processing rather than HD, but I want an LCD rather than plasma. The room is quite bright which may point away from the TX-L50E6B.

Any opinions on the relative upscaling and image quality for the 3 models, particularly the Samsung 7 series versus the cheaper Panasonic which has a backlit panel? I'm a bit concerned about motion blur on the cheaper Panny too, though I don't watch sports.


Established Member
The F7000 seems like the best on your list spec wise. 46" is a great size too...not too big and not too small!

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