46'' LCD HDTV Review: Samsung LT-P468W

Posted: Oct 12 2004, 3:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:02pm CDT, in News | Technology News

46'' LCD HDTV Review: Samsung LT-P468W
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ExtremeTech tests the large Samsung LT-P468W LCD High Definition TV.

The 46inch Samsung HDTV LCD features true 1080p resolution (1920x1080), current Plasma TVs cannot support that yet.

"Overall, it's very bright, which is one of LCD technology's greatest strengths, especially for daytime viewing or viewing in a room where you don't have good control of the ambient light level.
Overall, Samsung has what could be a very solid panel, if we could just get the colors dialed in correctly. But despite repeated attempts, we never got the dark color response we were looking for, and for that reason, we're hard pressed to give this panel our highest recommendation."
Read the full review. Compare Prices for the LT-P468W.

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