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    Default Big Screen TV info needed

    Well all my equipment has not been sold YET ( come on guys) so I am not ready to buy the big screen just yet, but thought I would ask for you guys help, opinions, experience, what ever.

    I am looking at the Sony KP53V90. Is there any good bad info on this set yet? Good or Bad info on Sony's in general?

    Thanks in advance.

    Russ

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    Russ, great talking to you today!

    The KP53V90 is not a widescreen TV. IMO, don't buy 4:3, especially if you're a DVD-ophile or watch movies a large percentage of your TV-time. Go 16:9.

    Widescreen is the future. That's my 2c.

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    I agree widescreen is the future, but this will be in the FAMILY ROOM and used daily for 95% general TV viewing, and not to mention the 53V90 is more in my budget.

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    Default why widesreen???

    becuz the human eye's natural angle of view is the same way the wide screen look, and becuz more than 95 % of the DVD available
    out there are in WS format . Pls don't waste ur moola to buy the 4:3 TV now and then u have to spend more moola to upgrade it later... In two or more years most TV broadcasts will be in HD format...so save ur moola and buy and HDTV/WS instead... and if u consider Sony brand, buy the XBR series (make sure the model has the provision for progressive scan component video inputs), anything less u may not happy later on...aniwaitz, it's onlee a suggestion...
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    Last edited by PETERNG; 09-10-2001 at 04:29 PM.

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