Please Help Me With This Tv

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  1. Sh0kka

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    If you are going to spend over 2000 dollars on a new tv set, I would really reccomend getting a high definition one...
     
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    are you kidding me. that t.v. is worthless. without mentioning everything that's wrong with the t.v. itself, i'll just name the most important. IT'S NOT 16:9. i'm sure that anyone who knows about anything will agree with me on this one.
     
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    Uhhh, just because a tv is 4:3 format doesnt make it worthless. A lot of people still watch *normal* standard definition tv which is NOT 16:9. I personally prefer a 16:9 screen too, but not everyone is like this. A lot of sets have a shitty strech mode to fit 4:3 in a 16:9 space, or they put grey bars on the sides which can be annoying.

    Shokka, if you want a 4:3 set, be sure to get one of the HD models, for 2000 dollars there is no reason not to get something that supports that high of a resolution.
     
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    As 16:9 you mean WS? if so we got a plasma WS one in out living room and a 65?" WS in our basement. i watch sports a lot and only some shows like sopranos are WS
     
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    I good TV for the money is the Panasonic PT47WX33.

    Its a very nice HD projection. I worked at a Future Shop and sold a handfull during my time there. The people who bought them really liked the picture quality. The one thing I personally really like about this TV is thatthere is no scrren guard, which gived the screen a nice crisp matte finish. 0% glare.

    The TV goes for about $2200 CDN
     
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    Yes 16:9 is widescreen.

    So you are looking for a normal (4:3) tv then?
     
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