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Old 01-15-02, 10:49 AM
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TV Purchase Sony JVC Panasonic Help!!!

Since Sears is offering 0% Financing Until February 2003, I am considering purchasing one of these models. But I have to make a decision by Friday. Which one would be the Best:




Old 01-15-02, 12:38 PM
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I am seriously looking at getting the Panasonic, and may do so by Friday. Make sure you print some ads off the internet (go to eopinions and pricegrabber to find many) and bring them with you to get a pricematch. Crazy Eddie is selling this for $1539!
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I own the Panny 47WX49 and am very happy with it. See my signature for pictures. However, any RPTV requires more involvement to get it to its best unlike a conventional direct view set.

After a little work my HT has become a better place to watch movies than the theater - sound and picture are usually superior than all but the nicest theaters, and at about 9' away from the screen it's plenty big to be immersive while watching movies.

More info on tweaks available at www.panny.tv if you care to look.
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Originally posted by Gomez
I own the Panny 47WX49 and am very happy with it. See my signature for pictures. However, any RPTV requires more involvement to get it to its best unlike a conventional direct view set.

After a little work my HT has become a better place to watch movies than the theater - sound and picture are usually superior than all but the nicest theaters, and at about 9' away from the screen it's plenty big to be immersive while watching movies.

More info on tweaks available at www.panny.tv if you care to look.
Thanks Gomez, very helpful information. The way you have everything arranged in your house is very cool!!! Still I am a fan of Sony, but I think for now I am going with the Panasonic.

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