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New Big Screen

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dave Moritz, Dec 11, 2001.

  1. Dave Moritz

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    I currently have a Toshiba 31" television that I am looking to upgrade to a 60" -70" wide screen HDTV dig screen. I am also upgrading my dvd player from a Pioneer DV-525 with a Denon or Kenwood unit? What big screen would you recomend for to picture quality? Performance is top priority, built in speakers do not matter because they will be disabled.
     
  2. Henry Carmona

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    Hey Dave, welome!
    Hmm, you state "performance is top priority".
    Sooo, ill to steer you to what is probably the best 16x9 TV out there.
    The Pioneer Elite line. 520, 620, and 720 models.
    Another great option if you dont want to pay that much [​IMG]
    would be the Toshiba line.
    Probably the 65(h)81 or 65(hx)81
    Good luck and keep us informed on what you decide.
    P.S. When it comes to DVD players, many love the Panasonic RP91 or the Toshiba 4700
     
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    I agree with Henry's recommendation of the Elites and the the Tosh if you want to save some cash.

    I also would recommend the Panasonic RP91 unit, it's a great player at a great price point. I don't know of a sub-$1000 player I'd rather have, and I'm not sure the more expensive players offer that much more price/performance, but I don't spend much time in that stratosphere.
     

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