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    Hey whats up? If anyone can help I am looking for a store in Upstate, New York that sells B&K receivers. Near the Albany, Kingston area. Anyone else find it very hard to pick out thier receiver Denon, BK, HK I'm going CRAZY. I like all three any inputs on these let me know. Also how do you guys feel about wide sceen every dvd is now formatted this way. Well thanks for the help nice typing, and I'll type back at you later.

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    B&K is about 2 or 3 steps above Denon and HK - its not really a "comparison"...

    B&K has the power of HK (Just alot more current) and some nice lil features...

    B&K will have a store locator on the their site...

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    Hey Thanks Sid The Kid for a QUICK response I will check out the BK web site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donedroolin
    Also how do you guys feel about wide sceen every dvd is now formatted this way.
    It's about time, because pan-n-scan (full screen) just plain SUCKS. I refuse to buy anything but widescreen movies. It IS the way they are made. If you have any doubts....read HERE.
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    I've got a 53" Sony 4:3 tV. Had it for about 7 years. But, I have always bought dvd's in 16:9. The black bars didn't bother me too much. And I always knew that one day I would get a 16:9 display. Now that I''ve got a widescreen projector, all that waiting has paid off. Now, I won't even rent movies that are 4:3. :)

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