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SONY KDF-70xbr VS kds70q006 QUALLA

by stewart norrie / January 20, 2006 5:12 AM PST

Just checked out the XBR 70. sweet picture and I can pick up this set for about $4200 Also saw the new 70" Qualla for $13000 but this set was not hooked up, So my question is will a Qualla that cost 3 times more than a XBR have that much better picture quality? Thank you all and have a nice day stewart

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(NT) (NT) most likely.
by Riverledge / January 20, 2006 9:00 AM PST
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don't waste your money
by sears tv guy / January 20, 2006 9:22 AM PST

The 70" XBR is pretty much done and over with. Its a 1280 X 720 res and nothing more than a hopped up 70" regular grand wega. The 006 is a LCoS 1920X1080 res and an awesome tv. Why not go a little smaller and get the 60" SXrd for 4200 and be very pleased.

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by stewart norrie / January 21, 2006 5:04 AM PST

Talk about wishi washy, I cant make up my mind. with me rear project sets look like an ugly box with a picture in it and Plasma sets look like a picture on the wall . I want the movie theater experience and only a front projection can do this. I can finally see light at the end of the tunnel, I found a Sony VLPHS-51 installed with stewart screen for $5000 , but I have to wait 2 weeks until the vidio sstore completes there screening room I always injoy reading your posts I hope you sell a lot of t.v.s cause your really sharp. in closing If I have to go a 60" Sony I can always put little curtions around the screen ha ha

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