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September 7, 2005

Digital TVs: More screen for less green

011005 Rcatv It's on. The Fall/Holiday shopping season will soon be in full force and so will the price cuts. I suggest waiting until at least mid-December to see the full effect of how low an HDTV set (okay CNET - Digital TV) can go. What cost $25,000 just a few years ago can be had for a tenth of that, but we disagree you can't get a Digital TV for less than $1000. Many of the 30" and 26" LCD TVs can be had for well under $1000. I do like prices that are 41% cheaper than last year at the same time though overall. Wow.

Get all the juicy price details at CNET News.com

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August 16, 2005

Samsung HLR4667W 46" Widescreen HDTV Drops below $2500

The Samsung HLR4667W 46" Widescreen HDTV DLP TV can now be had for as little as $2299. That's a drop of $200 bucks since just last week. Samsung's high-definition HL-R4667W DLP projection TV is loaded with exclusive, video-enhancing features and all the connections you need to make HD viewing as simple and as flexible as possible. The set's broad, 46-inch screen is configured in a 16:9 aspect ratio that matches the dimensions of today's HDTV broadcasts and most DVD movies. And, measuring just 43 inches across and a mere 14 inches deep, the set's ultra-slim bezel and lightweight design enable it fit where other projection and big-screen sets won't.

At Samsung HLR4667W 46" Widescreen HDTV DLP TV

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August 8, 2005

Infocus 61" DLP HDTV at Woot!

Infocus Screenplay 61-E2-80-9D Dlp High Definition Tv-Standard-1 Okay - it's $2999 and 61". Get clicking.


"Gone are the days when the television was just another home appliance to belorded over by man. The InFocus ScreenPlay 61MD10 61” DLP HighDefinition TV brooks no insolence from its puny human onlookers!Stationed against the wall of your den, this colossus inspires awe,commands reverence, and instills fear! This is the world’s thinnest andmost advanced ultra-thin microdisplay TV! It outclasses your last setby orders of magnitude! Vivid, gigantic images of the “According toJim” gang will spill into your tiny home like latter-day Titans! Cowerbefore them like a penitent pilgrim at a pagan altar!"

At Woot : One Day, One Deal

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July 14, 2005

11 New LCD & Plasma TVs from Hitachi

1-2 Who needs 11 new LCD and Plasma HDMI TV's for mid August? WE DO!!!! The new line of Hitachi LCD & Plasma HDMI screens will start at 26" and go up to 55". Prices are going to be on the 3-6 thousand US range with 5 of the 11 new models having built in 160 GB HDD video recorders. YES!

Via Akihabara News

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April 29, 2005

The HL-R6768W, Samsung’s 67-inch DLP TV

4081977220921643I wish I had a living room large enough to hold a 67" TV. Maybe I can finish the basement to have another location for a GIANT TV in the house.

The HL-R6768W, Samsung’s 67-inch DLP TV - Engadget - www.engadget.com / :
Samsung announced something like twenty new TVs yesterday, including six new LCDs, but the real biggie (both literally and figuratively) is the HL-R678W, a new 67-incher which supposedly ranks as the world’s largest DLP TV (and we’re inclined to believe them). Better still, the HL-R6768W rocks the 1080p, which is more or less the holy grail for HDTVs (at least when it comes to resolution), built-in NTSC and ATSC tuners, dual HDMI inputs, and support for CableCARD. Should hit stores inJune with an MSRP of $6,199.
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April 18, 2005

Toshiba releases 3 giant DLP TVs

Toshiba 162"? My god. I can't even imagine having such a large TV in my little living room...or wait...maybe I can?

Tech Digest: Toshiba releases 3 giant DLP TVs:
Rear projection TVs might be big bananas in the US, but us Brits, with our slightly more bijou living rooms, have tended to ignore them. Toshiba hopes to change all that with its new DLP rear projection TV’s which will be available in 46”, 56” and a
massive 62” in September writes Home Cinema Choice. The
46WMT58, 56WMT58 and 62WMT58 boast incorporated digital tuners, twin HDMI
inputs and are all HDTV ready.
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March 18, 2005

Samsung HL-P5063W DLP review

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"Samsung's HL-P5063W is a 50-inch DLP-based rear-projection HDTV. It uses a new Texas Instruments DLP chip, dubbed the HD3. The HL-P5063W is currently available for a relatively low list price of $3,500.

Via Samsung HL-P5063W Intro - Samsung HL-P5063W review - Projection TVs - CNET Reviews

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