I have purchased a Sharp Aquos 52" LCD TV. This was an excellent buy. I got it at Costco. The other TVs you are looking at are both nice but make sure you look in to the video options (1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 480p or 480i)because if your TV accepts 1080p than that is the highest quality of video you can watch. You should also look in to the contrast capability. My Sharp Aquos has a 10000:1 Contrast ration which is really good. I recommend LCD TVs, they definately have the greatest quality. I do not recomend DLP though. The picture quality of LCDs or Plasmas just seem much sharper. I hope this helps!
I am planning on purchasing a new TV in the next 4-6 weeks. I am looking for buying advice.
The room it will go in is 13' x 18'. It is a daylight basement and has 2 windows in the back-right corner (one on each side of the corner). It is a fairly bright room during the day, but we have wood blinds that block out quite a bit of light.
We will be watching sports (football), movies (standard DVD player currently, will look into Blu-Ray for the future), and various TV shows (CSI, Law & Order, etc).
I am looking at a couple sets that Costco carries. They have a Samsung 67" 1080p DLP (HL67A510C) with a stand. For the same price, they also have a Toshiba 52" 1080p LCD (don't know the model number).
Are these sets good options? Since I have the room, does it make more sense to get the 67" DLP over the 52" LCD?