Thank you, "ISF" was the certification. Although at times, there is a slight difference in picture quality, this is more than likely because of the television source ('live broadcast', tape, movie-film, Blu-ray and even the result of your HDTV provider compressing the video signal at their end) and not the TV itself. The overall clarity, the true naturalness and the crispness of the picture makes one almost forget where they are. You could feel like you are watching a movie in a small screen movie theater. You see what the director-producer wanted you to see. Colors, flesh tones, blacks etc are beautiful and real...not too brilliant and vivid nor understated or artificial.
It makes sense if one is going to spend $2500+ for a 'new and state-of-the-art' HDTV, why not spend a few hundred dollars more to get what you paid for. You will spend many, many hours in front of the television and each time you do you will be rewarded.
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