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plasma tv

Best time to buy a TV is when a particular model is about to be discontinued.

Earl

WHEN is the best time to buy a TV? There are better times to buy a car, I assume this is true for TVs. Is there a standard time of year that new models are introduced?

vicky

hey guys if you are planninmg to buy a tv then visit this site
http://buyahdtv.blogspot.com

http://hdtvindia.blogspot.com

joe pollard

Questions:
What the different between
Pasma, HD tv?

Which type is best?

Would like to buy direct
from Zenith. What's the
address. And who should I
contact.

bill wallace

Good job! I have no experience with large monitors (above 17") and don't know if I want one over 20". Also I don't know if I want a combination monitor/TV. What are the pros and cons of that? bill

Johnnie Baiamonte

DVI or a HDMI connection? Which one to get on a new TV?

How about explaining what all these acronyms mean (DLP, CRT, DVT, LCD, etc.)? The lack of this information makes all this very confusing.

dan

DVI or a HDMI connection? Which one to get on a new TV?

Kara:

A great source of info on consumer electronics is the Crutchfield Advisor. To your specific request, check out their TV & HDTV Glossary at www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/S-KDbVdSfZCZ4/learningcenter/home/tv_glossary.html. --Dennis

kara

How about explaining what all these acronyms mean (DLP, CRT, DVT, LCD, etc.)? The lack of this information makes all this very confusing.

kelly hoskins

What about game playing like xbox or playstation?? Will they ruin a tv or should i get a certain kind?

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