I'm looking at replacing my current tv in the living room with a flat, potentially smaller one.
Currently have a 55" projector, that is really too big for our living area.
After doing some research online, I think LED is the route to go - we have a good deal of natural lighting that currently causes some viewing problems with this tv.
Through my searching, I found a Panasonic, TCL47E50, 47" LED 1080P 120HZ.
I also found out that I can get it online for about $300 cheaper than anywhere local. However, I have some hesitation that it won't be as glare resistant as we'd like. Are the LEDs typically the most resistant to glare? Or do you have to purchase one with a specific matte finish? I welcome any other tips as well - trying to make a good, informed decision, and I figured many experts have the tech terms down cold - thanks!
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