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Best option: Getting a Cinema 3D HDTV now or waiting for OLED TV ?


duke45

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We are planning to move to our new home in a month’s time and one of the decisions we have made recently is to purchase the latest TV set in order to comfortably watch the upcoming London Olympic Games. What we’re thinking now is whether to purchase the Cinema 3D HDTV or wait for the OLED TV that LG plans to release in May 2012. Any recommendation…?

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aiato

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Yes, I admit that OLED TV has beautiful design and no backlighting which makes it thinner and lighter compared to usual LED/LCD TVs. It can display deep black levels and higher contrast ratio better too. But it is expensive. I don’t have that much money to pay for it. Until I can get enough money for an OLED, I'm okay with my LM760T. It has slim design and I was satisfied with its price of ?999. It has quickly become an indispensable part of my house. I will be enjoying my TV for 5~6 years and then think about OLED TVs when their prices will have dropped by then hopefully

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