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Pan TH42PD50U, Sony KDF-42WE655 and KDF-E42A-10

by jordan1934 / July 22, 2005 10:02 AM PDT

Looking at these 3 units, have not seen the E42A-10. What is the differance in the 2 Sony's? I live out from town and am on Comcast regular cable and dont know when they will go HD here in Meridian Mississippi, they have digital now. So at this time it looks like just a larger screen. The Pan and Sony WE 655 run just about the same price and the E42A is about $400 cheaper on their web site, don't know when they will be in stores. I am not a videopile so simply put what do you think makes the best TV for me? I know I would have to get a HD box sometime down the road for the Pan.

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