Steevareeno said: kind of thick for today's TVs at 3-3/4"
I think this is backlit as opposed to edgelit which should provide a better picture. Maybe someone can confirm this.
posted: Nov. 30, 2012 @ 1:12p
g0dMAn said: I want to upgrade my 55" to this since my 55" has a somewhat large bezel, but I'm afraid this 60" would be too big for my room. Darn! Good deal!!
Have you checked the measurements? I had a 6yr old 50" Plasma with a large bezel that barely fit in the enclosure and I replaced it with a 46" thin-bezel Sammy. It looked comically small in that enclosure, so I swapped it out for a 55" thin-bezel Sammy. Fit perfectly, so that's why I recommend checking the measurements.
posted: Nov. 30, 2012 @ 1:17p
No longer shown on the TV deals page. Sold out?
posted: Nov. 30, 2012 @ 1:27p
Narcosis said: No longer shown on the TV deals page. Sold out?Its still there, click on the 2nd link posted in this thread.
posted: Nov. 30, 2012 @ 2:10p
what about the UN60ES6003 for $200 more. Is the extra cost worth it?
bigdaddy007 said: what about the UN60ES6003 for $200 more. Is the extra cost worth it?
Only if you need it super slim.
posted: Nov. 30, 2012 @ 8:22p
I keep going back and forth on the UN60ES6003, for $200 more you are getting a lighter and thinner TV, the only flaw is that some of those edgelit models have problems (blooming) as they don't have microdimming and it's tougher in high contrast areas (i've only read this). I saw this TV in HHGregg or a similar model and I couldn't see any flaws. I bought the sharp for 699 at Best Buy a few days prior to BF, that TV requires two to assemble and move. I don't think I would be able to move the ES6003 alone either (these things are bulky) but i think you could mount it on a wall more easily and position it more easily.
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