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Tuesday, 03 August 2004

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Dennis Haarsager

The CEA has one at http://www.antennaweb.org/.

Good luck.

--Dennis

Matt Kitterman

I used to have a link to a site that would draw a TV signal direction and strength map for a given street address but I have lost the url. I thought it might be linked from this fine site but can not find it. Any ideas?
M@

Joe

Can anyone recommend the top 5 tvs in the 40-50" screen range. I'm confused on whether to purchase an LCD, DLP, LCOS, or Rear Projection. When I finally think I've settled on the right one, I read some negative reviews, and am back to square one. I've been spoiled by the Mitsubishi 35" tube tv I purchased 17 years ago. I have not put one cent into this tv since I've had it and the picture is as good as the day I got it. I'd just like to step up to the new technology.
Thank-you

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