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Samsung DLP/ LED UN55D8000YF Comparison

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Published on Feb 7, 2012

Here is the video of the first 20 minutes of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, recorded on both my old tv and my new LED. Same setup with same effects, recorded under similar conditions.

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catfisher420
Did you clean the lens on the DLP before the comparison? My DLP is just as perfect as my $1000 LG 42" LED. I clean my DLP's lens twice a year. plus I change bulbs every 2 years Blacks are BLACK and Whites are WHITE.
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Daniel Combs
Your dlp bulb is bad or you are using it in a very bright room...your color settings are way off on both screens.
Tevin Mathes
Dlp rocks wish they keep on making these
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そうですね
Hmm in the LED the black looks pitch black like there is no detail. I read online that LED will last longer etc but its not as bright as the same spec DLP projector?
john moreno
dlp has better blue and led has better red.
Ace1000ks1975
DLP seems a lot sharper. 
lesbrown331
Interesting. Thanks for this upload.
MultiWayne777
good video bro like the comparison my opinion i prefer LED but DLP looks good but i think ATI and NVIDIA will get behind one of theses projector types like AMD and INTEL these two projectors will soon wage war to become top dog of gaming my moneys on LED but DLPis still novice but may soon better the current LED projections 
steel beel
I really enjoyed this demonstration...Better than trying to compare in store. I'm not a gamer, but I sure can see what the visual difference would be from any media. Thanks! LED it is! I currently own a 36" Hitachi that probably weighs more than you do! And it's only 12 years old! (wanna trade?)
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