Toshiba 35AF44

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  1. Chuck_W

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    Anyone have the Toshiba 35AF44 ? Looking for any info on how it performs.

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  2. Tyson Wetzel

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    nice set, but unless you're planning on clinging on to SD till the end you might be better off with a 30 or 34HF84 widescreen HDTV, the 30 will be the same money and the 34 will be a couple hundred more
     
  3. Chuck_W

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    Thanks Tyson. I guess I am still clinging to SD for awhile and looking for a larger screen for 4:3 viewing that will also give me a decent size for widescreen DVDs and a 16:9 squeeze mode.
     
  4. Tyson Wetzel

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    It's a nice set but I just hate to see people spend 800-900 on analog when you have a lot of HD options in that price range. Consider a 4:3 HD maybe, the 32" are a good value, there are lots to choose from for less than 800. The Panny, Sammy and Zenith are all pretty nice, however, I like the Zenith C32V46.
     
  5. Chuck_W

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    I'll look into it (goin HDTV) Tyson. Don't know if a 32" is big enough though. Thanks for the help.
     
  6. Bill Will

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    My rule of [​IMG] is, If your going to spend over $500 go HDTV & I would also add the $647 32" Sanyo that Wal-Mart has that has been getting some pretty good reviews over at AVS Forum. If you have to have a 36" set I would look to buy a used one because you can pickup some pretty nice ones for $500
     

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