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While LG's most expensive TV offers voice interaction and decent picture quality, its black levels can't compete with the ...
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-- okay. -- I'm -- and over in this is a look at DOT's sixty inch PX 6700. Plasma TV. If you're on the market for you last month and is not many -- -- -- to choose from and that would go in this order. Panasonic Samsung and -- LG. This PX 6700 is the company's flagship because it's the most expensive one but it's still only worth about 12100 box. This television has plenty of bells and whistles with -- new magic motion -- voice interaction. Inspector gadget it's not TV and cable box integration. Well it also has 3-D capability you do have to -- the glasses separately for fifty dollars which is disappointing for flagship. The TVs fairly conservative we -- for -- with the black bezel and stand but at least it does swivel. The television may -- -- similarly C Panasonic ST sixty but it misses out on the partner filter so we'll look best in the doc on my. Picture quality is mostly good and equivalent to last -- LT plasma which sold for twice the price. Shed -- -- excellence and -- very good. But we need to talk about black levels. All of this year's Panasonic plasmas completely -- to white -- black levels and even some Vizio LCDs at -- the process. If you value good set top box control and can handle -- community -- opera the LGP 86700. Offices being 68 screen but not much money. Otherwise the picture quality is most important you lot better off with a -- X sixty or XP sixty. This is being taught and a -- to CNET.
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