Is That the HDTV you Really Want?
Lately I've been harping on this fact about HDTV, price isn't everything. While you want to comparison shop, is it really worth saving a few hundred bucks for a TV you won't be happy with? Here's an article at the Chicago Tribune that backs up what I've been saying:
A recent review on Cnet.com, for example, featured horrible phrases like black levels, native resolution, color temperatures, full calibration, red push, grayscale variation, overscan, DC restoration and defeatable-edge enhancement.
Nobody should have to learn what these words mean. Is it necessary when shopping for a high-definition television?
Two leading experts say no.
And they offer the following practical and sometimes surprising advice for when you decide it's time to buy a high-definition television.............Read More
While you should always look for a deal on the internet, be sure to go to you to your local electronics store and check out the TVs close up. Then go home and look for the best deal possible on the internet.
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Posted by William Hungerford at March 29, 2006 10:52 AM