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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    There is allot of activity in the internet tv space in terms of companies starting to broadcast there
    Internet tv will be a massive thing in the near future...

    with Internet speeds climbing/NBN roll out and costs dropping I foresee the internet becoming a key in high quality television broadcasts...

    think FullHD TV broadcast by the Internet...

    I can understand previous model lcds using LG panels, Panasonic didn't take LED screens seriously til this year instead concentrating on plasma...

    They were also using IPS (in plane switching) technology on the range of LED screens last year which LG only started using this year...

    This year however the screens are produced by Panasonic however they are paying LG royalties for the Cinema3D (passive) feature on the lower end LED 3d offering. Could be mistaken by this maybe?

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    Might just look to see what Sony, LG and Samsung are doing this year.

    But so far the VT50 is "Charlie Sheen"

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    3d will probably fade away like it did back in the 80's again... sure it was crap back then and has come along way, but not everyone likes watching tv with glasses on.

    Another market surprise I think will be the number of people watching on iPADS, I've seen quite a few different apps and the quality is right up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    3d will probably fade away like it did back in the 80's again... sure it was crap back then and has come along way, but not everyone likes watching tv with glasses on.

    Another market surprise I think will be the number of people watching on iPADS, I've seen quite a few different apps and the quality is right up there.

    I actually dont mind the 3d tv's i have seen so far, gives alot of depth that you wouldn't normally see on a tv, the missus isnt a fan as she wears glasses but from the shop setups ive seen i dont mind it at all.

    At home and in the dark i think it would be heaps better, and of course movie's, shows are getting better at it aswell.

    I see some Youtube clips have a 3d option these days aswell, bonus for the tv/internet fan boys.

    Im liking this OLED thing too atm thats showing some potential.

    Think ill stick with the VT50 for the next 2-3yrs and see whats about then.

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    OLED is the next big thing..Samsung and LG will likely release a model very late this year, if not definitely next year..

    Some of the stuff Samsung has done with OLED is insane...Wowed alot of critics at CES few months back...

    3d hasn't really boomed here due to the cost/gimmick nature of the technology...passive 3d technology from LG (cinema3d) is opening up another category that consumer is responding strongly too...

    I passionately hate selling LG products, but ATM they are selling well in large sizes solely due to passive 3d...

    active 3d such as Sony/Samsung/high end Panasonic will always be better quality however...

    3d needs the media outlets to recognize the technology and broadcast it natively rather than expecting the tv to convert 2d-3d...

    the Olympics will have a number of high profile sports filmed in 3d this year, how many of those broadcasts will make it to Australia I'm unsure...

    I personally don't use and nor do I plan to use 3d within the home lol...doesn't do it for me...despite sooo many 3d movies being available via torrent these days

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    8 channels on foxtel i'm sure allot will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    8 channels on foxtel i'm sure allot will

    Size versus price versus quality id have to say the TH-P55VT50K is winning so far.

    Would love the 65' but the 2k difference isnt my cup of tea. I had the idea of "it takes what it takes" but 2k for an extra 10" im not down with it, especially considering size is the only difference. 55" will be enough.

    Now where to buy 1?

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    Myer will have it exclusively I believe...

    Harvey Norman, good guys and JBHifi definitely won't have access to it...

    Once it's released in August hold out til Myer have a 15% off sale (happens regularly these days) and jump on it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delazy View Post
    Myer will have it exclusively I believe...

    Harvey Norman, good guys and JBHifi definitely won't have access to it...

    Once it's released in August hold out til Myer have a 15% off sale (happens regularly these days) and jump on it...


    Ummm my local Good Guy said he isn't stocking that range till end of year, maybe September but could order it for me early.

    I do know someone that has also pre ordered a 65VT from JB HiFi. Date for pickup i couldn't tell you thou, me thinks Myer definitely not exclusive sorry. Unless there is some under the table dealings happening.

    Just about to compare model numbers now.

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    Woops appear to have my model numbers confused, sorry.

    Any idea on first starting price Del.

    Online stores (not my ideal way of dealing for a tv) are about 3200 atm.

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