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AVIA DVD owner in Houston?

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Sanjay Joseph, Jul 26, 2004.

  1. Sanjay Joseph

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    I'm looking for an nice person with an AVIA Guide to Home Theater disc in Houston, TX. I would like to try this product before I purchase it. Hell, if you would sell it to me locally, I'll just purchase it from you. I need it soon and I can't find a place to buy it without having to deal with shipping. Any body have any idea? If you want, I can either give you $35 cash or $40 in gift cirtificates to Best Buy for a preowned, good condition AVIA DVD. Thanks for looking, guys. If nothing comes up, I'll just buy it online.
     
  2. Tim Jin

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    Just buy it from Amazon. It's easier and you will use it many times.
     
  3. ChrisWiggles

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    Yup. Worth every penny.
     
  4. Tim Jin

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    I let a coworker borrow my copy of Avia and they say that it made a huge difference on their new 51" Sony.

    It's nearly impossible to try to calibrate a tv without any disc.

    The huge difference that I've seen, are in flesh tones. You see a major difference from before and after with Avia.

    Just buy Avia, unless you planned to get it ISF'd right away.

    I brought my copy of Avia, when I got my first RPTV and it's worth the $40. I think its $37 from Amazon with free shipping.

    I have two more months to go, until Gregg calibrates my TV [​IMG]. It's going to be a long summer to wait and no actual date has been set yet. Long two months .
     

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