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what is the right tv for me, help please

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by boleto, May 29, 2006.

  1. boleto

    boleto Member

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    ok, i want a crt for its picture quality and its price/value
    but i've learned that crt's can't show 720p picture.
    then whats the ultimate tv for a gamer who's on a budget?
    crt with 1080i or lcd with 720p
    what i really want is 16:9 crt monitor that can show 1366x768 resolution, can anyone find a monitor that meets these requirements.
     
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  2. codydog

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    You might try crutchfield, they have a sony, but it over 1000.00. From what I understand most companies have or are discontinuing crt models. I have a lcd, and with ps2 and component inputs, gaming is good. Look at the reviews, try cnet, or google for your requirements. Good luck.
     
  3. gus738

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    crt tube do show over 720p... and crt tube are the best possible tv quality.... regardless of plasma or what ever everyone says ...

    anoter tip . try to get things only from costco :p .... they have LIFETIME FULL CASH RETURN POLICY. on everything.. say you buy a crt tube ( if you find any ) you pay 1200 and you get bored of it in 3 years... return it no questions asked and you get your cash back . not store credit or exchange... cash ... its a warranty from them on their entire store . doesnt matter if you get bored of it or it breaks or w/e.... thats whre i got my 360 ... hehehe

    KD-34XBR960 here is some specs

    http://reviews.cnet.com/Sony_KD_34XBR960/4505-6481_7-30787600.html

    CNET editors' review
    Editors' rating
    Excellent
    8.1
    out of 10Reviewed by:
    Kevin Miller
    Review date: 8/26/04
    Release date: 7/15/04
    Average user rating: 8.1
    See all user ratings

    The good: Highest resolution of any consumer direct-view HDTV; independent memory per input; excellent color decoding.

    The bad: Bulky tube form factor.

    The bottom line: This is the reference standard for picture quality among direct-view HDTVs and happens to be a great value.
    Sony KD 34XBR970

    http://reviews.cnet.com/Sony_KD_34XBR970_TV_34/4505-6481_7-316923...



    so i think the 960 is better
     

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