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I have read that the fluctuating brightness issue has been fixed and most of the later reviews don’t mention this issue any longer. But I am still surprised that a Plasma TV is still so strong in the running against LED TV’s being that most presumed LED/LCD would replace Plasma TV’s.
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Of course at under $1,700 for a 65″ 1080P HDTV you are looking at a plasma TV that is almost a grand cheaper than some LED/LCD HDTV models and who would have thought plasma TV’s would have come down that much?
This TV also boasts having the following feature:
3D 24p Cinema Smoother
VIERA incorporates technology that analyzes picture information in both the preceding and succeeding frames, and creates a precise supplementary frame between them. This suppresses the jerky effect seen in movies so playback is smooth and natural-looking. The distinctive tonal qualities and atmosphere of the movie are preserved and you enjoy extremely lifelike 3D images.
What do you think, if you were going to upgrade to a big screen 3D HDTV would you be looking at plasma or LED/LCD?