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    Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    If you?ve got a Samsung LCD TV at home, then the South Korean giant owes you some thanks, because the company?s now led the global LCD TV market for the ninth consecutive quarter.
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    Re: Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    Not surprised, TBH. The 40" 1080P Samsung that I have is superb.

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    Re: Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    I have always favoured Samsung Screens the 40" in my signature is excellent can not fault it.
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    Re: Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    Some heads need to roll at Sharp. They dominated the market not so long ago and are now lagging in 4th behind LG? It can't be that hard to make a decent TV without all the faults, they really are one of the worst when it come to that.

    That said, I haven't found an LCD yet that doesn't suffer from some problem or other whether it be smearing, clouding, banding, uneven backlight, poor blacks, lag, motion blur, overscan issues etc.

    I don't want Plasma due to the high power consumption and HTPC use but there are not many options in the LCD world if you are even a little bit picky :¬/ It is always a case of dealing with one problem or another.

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    Re: Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulm@scan View Post
    I have always favoured Samsung Screens the 40" in my signature is excellent can not fault it.
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    Re: Headlines - Samsung tightens grip on world LCD TV sales

    I bought a 26-inch Samsung LCD TV back in February and have been loving it ever since.
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