While this Sony's depth of black still falls a bit short of last year's DLP-driven sets', its other image-quality strengths keep it competitive.
We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
The WS-55711 is an outstanding performer and as future ready as any HDTV around, but it's not for the budget-conscious.
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With the exit of Mitsubishi from the TV market earlier this week, the RPTV is dead. Here's a look back at the last TV that isn't flat.
Company is following in the footsteps of rivals that left the market all the back in 2007 and 2008, according to an internal memo published by an industry site.
Is it time to upgrade your RPTV? Are new RPTVs worth it? Read on to find out.
A new study by the IDC group sees rear-projection TV sales dropping to near zero by 2011.
A new report says that rear-projection HDTVs now serve a niche market of people who want 60-inch or larger televisions.
A start-up is betting that new technology and low prices can breath life into the niche market for king-size sets. Photos: Liquid crystal TVs
The 2007 Sony line show includes an announcement on LCD-based rear-projection HDTVs with 1080p resolution.
CNET previews Sony's complete line of 2007 SXRD-based rear-projection HDTVs.