CNET Ranks the Top 12 HDTVs
Nothing sucks more than dropping $4000 on an HDTV just to discover it wasn't what you wanted. That's why it's important to do a little research and comparison shopping before you head down to the local "Best Buy". CNET has an excellent round-up of the top 12 HDTVs that starts out:
We review a lot of high-definition televisions here at CNET, but the list below represents the best of the best. It collects our current highest-recommended televisions arranged in order of overall score, regardless of TV type, technology, brand, or size. These cumulative ratings are the best indication of which HDTVs scored highest in each of the three major areas we rate: design, features, and performance. We don't expect this list to apply to everyone, however, so we've also created supplemental lists broken down by technology type, performance, and screen size. Choose from the lists below according to which criteria matter most to you.
There's some pretty nice entries on the list, including the entry level Panasonic TH-37PHD8UK, all the way up to the powerhouse projector InFocus 7210.
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Posted by William Hungerford at March 15, 2006 10:13 AM