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Help me pick a new TV!
4 replies to this topic
Posted March 24 2012 - 09:25 AM
Hi. I have projector and screen, however, I like to keep a flat panel behind it for watching non-movies and it's time to upgrade. I'm looking for something around 46 inches. I'd like to spend no more than $1600- or so. I have all the audio I need as well as Apple TV and I plan to get a Blu-Ray player. I suppose I would like at least 4 HDMI ports. I don't care about internet or 3D. LCD, plasma or whatever, I don't care. I will mostly use it to watch movies (If I don't feel like pulling down the screen) , NBA games etc. I don't play video games. I noticed this Sony on Amazon today: http://www.amazon.co...no_cart_title_1 It lists for $2599- but is 49% off for $1329- Good deal? I'm a little nervous about Sony TV's, I've heard mixed things about newer Sony TV's. Anyone have a good recommendation? I'd like to order direct from Amazon as they have a good return policy.
Posted March 24 2012 - 10:56 AM
Without you narrowing things down to a certain technology, this is kind of silly. The possibilities are virtually endless. It's like asking what car to buy.
Posted March 24 2012 - 11:15 AM
Well, I'm open to formats. If anyone has a set in the 46-inch range in my price range that proved reliable with a great picture, I'd love to hear about it.
Posted March 24 2012 - 01:19 PM
Have you looked at the different TV technologies at Best Buy, etc? If not, you really should do that to see which you prefer. They all have a different look to them.
Posted March 31 2012 - 08:14 AM
Depending on what part of the country you live in: Arizona, Utah, Colorado: Ultimate Electronics Washington, Texas, Oregon, Nevada, Indiana, Illinois, Georgia and California: Fry's Electronics, Costco Try some of the specialty home theater stores and new egg and Modia.com, they are located in Texas (http://www.modia.com/) I would look at Samsung, Panasonic and Sony and maybe Mitsubishi and JVC. But I would stay away from LG formally known as Goldstar!
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