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    What TVs should i look at

    i'm done with my audio for my ht but now i have no idea where to start with TVs i'm wanting to spend 500-600 dollars and would like to know what to do. thanks for all input

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lafferman
    i'm done with my audio for my ht but now i have no idea where to start with TVs i'm wanting to spend 500-600 dollars and would like to know what to do. thanks for all input
    For $799 I kid you not, you can get a 42" HD Ready TV. I saw one listed in the Sunday paper at one of the chain stores. You can also get a 30" HD ready TV from Samsung at Circuit City for around $750

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    Quote Originally Posted by hershon
    For $799 I kid you not, you can get a 42" HD Ready TV. I saw one listed in the Sunday paper at one of the chain stores.
    Do you know which store? I may have to check this out

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    Actually its $749.00! 42" HDTV Widescreen at Circuit City

    Quote Originally Posted by Rock789
    Do you know which store? I may have to check this out

    Mike
    Its at circuit city AKai 42"widescreen HDTV ready

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    never heard of that brand i'll have to check it out

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    If you've never heard of it,dont bother. Heck,i got my 30" flat screen Sony,HDTV ready for $671.
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    TechLore ( www.techlore.com ) has a pretty in-depth guide to picking a TV. Here's the link to it: http://www.techlore.com/article/10497/

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    Make a list of features

    Decide what you want, I.E. HD tuner, PIP, second tuner....
    Then shop. I found the perfect set for me at a furniture/elctronics store.
    It was a Zenith 27" with pip 2 tuners, Computer input... for around 600.

    If you are looking for over the air HD then Samsung has 26-30" with builtin ATSC tuners for around 600. (I saw them at Target.)
    Good Luck
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