[quote=“unikorn, post:3, topic:20185”]
How about Samsung Vs. LG? Which one will be better feature and quality wise?
And I agree. Sony LCDs are in fact BS! Telling it from personal experience.
Having a warranty sometimes is not enough. If someone is selling an item in warranty, there is a possibility of a fault that company refused to cover under warranty, and no option left for the original buyer than to sell it in the market without telling the fault, and the headache will be for the new buyer. Again, telling it from experience :-) So my suggestion to OP: go for a new one.
LG are made in Korea.. Samsung mostly in china... build quality is exactly what this statement would make it sound like..
Warranty is not a repair reason for selling.. most of the times people just would want to upgrade to a bigger set.. i currently have a 32 inch Malaysian made Sony CX series which is a CCFL , and also one of the rarest models to have full 1080p in 32 inch.. it was 2x the price of standard 32inch at that time..and still is far more expensive, due to wifi and 1080p, and made in malaysia panel.. having used a 22 before, this 32inch jump was a huge step for me... having being used to of its size ,now i wouldnt mind going for a 40+ if my tv fetches me a good price, and it is still more than half way in warranty... my reason for upgrade would only be larger screen.. my lcd still has its border protectors on it ..
[quote="unikorn, post:4, topic:20185"]
Also, Orient LCDs are coming in cheap these days. Has anyone had first hand experience yet?
All chinese local tv have big issue of very very slow response time from the remote channel change and other features on screen.. plus pixelated screen, which is fimne for tv cable, but very noticeable on hi def like PC input..they may soon improve though as technology becomes cheaper..
[quote="djayz, post:6, topic:20185"]
I have seen and used the EH5000 aswell , They use the same panel as a 40" LCD but the CFL's are replaced by backlit led's Hence, the market sells it like LEDTV , But it is just as Fat, and Power hungry as a 40" LCD..
Now this one from the F-series (40F5100) is a newer model, and much sleek and elegant. It uses latest EDGE LED's, and isnt that power hungy!
Dimensions most importantly, It is very very thin, Just 22mm(7/8th of an inch) thin at the thinnest point and a slightly curved back with maximum thickness of 40mm
(1 5/8") These are some amazing dimensions for a base model..
It was PKR73000 when i bought i couple of months ago.. Now it might be available more readily and could be cheaper!
LED and LCD dont have that much difference in power consumption or performance.. just cz LED lamps are cheap, they can put more to compensate for the dimmness of LED , thus almost amounting to the same power consumption... if it is not multi lamp edge lit led, then it would be darker compared to most LCDS.., exceptions are there, but then price difference becomes larger with quality.
once you hook up a tv to either wall mount or a stand on trolley, its dimensions become a non issue. that show shapakka is only for display centers and bragging..