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    Mits 65-laser vrs Mits 65-838

    I am comparing these two sets and would appreciate any comments. I know the laser set is about twice as much $4000 vrs $2000 and it is up to me to decide if it is worth. But how much better is the picture?? I love the idea of no bulbs and using less energy. I do note the laser does not have a rgb hookup for computers but not sure I would even use it

    the 65 dlp has the new 16 speaker sound bar built in. anyone know how that sounds, I would of course still use the HT set up for movies but for everyday use the 16 speaker set up is an advantage

    would the laser set solve the reliability problems with the mits dlp? are the new dlp's more reliable than in the past?


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    M.P.S.E /AES/SMPTE member Sir Terrence the Terrible's Avatar
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    I've seen the Laservue, and it has absolutely amazing picture quality. I had been eyeing them for a while, but have no need to do any television shopping for the foreseeable future.

    If I was currently looking for a set, I would definately give the laservue the nod.
    Sir Terrence

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