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Summary I have owned this TV for nearly a week now and it is very sharp. The upscale of the full HD to UHD is nice and smooth but not noticeable enough on a 65 inch screen from 7 feet away. It still has the best picture quality of any TV I have ever owned. The internet TV features are pretty standard and not as fancy as the Samsung interface but it works just fine. Toshiba stills needs to add the HBO GO app along with many others but I am sure those will be added in time. The sound is also very average for an LED TV but that is to be expected. I recommend going with a nice sound bar or a theater surround sound system if you have the resources.
The best part about this particular television is the passive 3D. It is by far the best in home (non-projector) 3D experience that I have seen so far. The 3D is in full HD (1080p) using passive 3D glasses without the need battery operated glasses (active 3D). I have owned a Samsung plasma with active 3D and have experienced a lot of ghosting and cross talk with the glasses. The passive 3D has none of those issues. The one major drawback to the passive 3D tech is that you have to be positioned as centered (vertically) to the screen as possible to get the best experience. I recommend this TV to anyone who is looking for a good full HD passive 3D experience for a great price.
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