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Samsung 65U9000 Main
keep it flat, personally not interested in a curved panel. A marketing fad like 3D. Give it up Samsung.
Urm shouldn't 'Excellent colours and contrast' be under the Pros sections and not Cons?
I like the curved screen but I wouldn't pay a premium for it.
I think they should focus on developing 65" 4K TVs for under £3000.
I would think that the curved screen would come into it's own when say, you have a scene with people all in line together (maybe at a dinner table, think the last super) talking to each other. Instead of looking flat i imagine the scene would look like they were actually looking at each other as it would look in a 3D world.Or am i wrong in this assumption?
Thanks for clearing that up.
This is a horrible mistake.
TVs used to be curved (the other way) until Sony started the ball rolling to flat screens.
We are now used to a flat screen. This is how we see things (with perception of depth).
Seems manufacturers have nothing new to offer so are banging out silly things now.
The last few years have been spent on making TVs thinner and now in one swoop, they become fat again.
A curved screen is slightly useful for a person sitting in an ideal position watching programming adjusted for a curved screen.
I'll be saving my money and staying clear .......
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