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New Sony RP tv sizes

by givemeaname / May 27, 2007 1:27 PM PDT
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(NT) Why not actually read the link to have some facts straight?
by NM_Bill / May 27, 2007 2:39 PM PDT
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ummm

"Rear projection (30" to 46") (Screen sizes measured diagonally.)"
"Rear Projection (50" to 80") (Screen sizes measured diagonally.)"

Copy & pasted from sony.com

The sony next gen tv's are coming out in about 2 months. Like I said, it maybe a miss print.

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how is it dumb?
by masterying01 / May 28, 2007 4:07 AM PDT
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we displayed the 37H1000 a week ago, and we've sold quite a few of them already. Its a nice price for a 37" HDTV. viewing angle is good. Looks great in a cabinet, and the size suits a lot of people.

CRT's 32-36" were wayy too heavy and the dept limited a lot of people. this new 37" Projection is under $1000, has a great picture, and will let a lot of people enjoy a big HD TV that is actually good for under $1000.

And did you actually read the links? the smallest tv listed is a 37". the 30 to 46 is just a category to make sure people dont get confused......

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then why not
by givemeaname / May 28, 2007 5:14 AM PDT
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37-46" listed, it is 30-46 because there are more tv's that are going to be released/listed.

it not the size or the price, it's that it is a RP tv & that the lamp replacement is about 1-4-1/3 of the cost of the tv. Sony, I think, is screwing people in the long run, they should have just made a $1k LCD tv. Look at the LCD area Flat Panel (26" to 46") & look they have tv's from 26-46", they did not just randomly pick a numbers (30-46) out of the air for the Rp area.

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