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Which tv is for me??

i am debating b/w these two tv's. I am going to watching normal tv, dvd's, and hooking my computer to it. Which one would be better out of these two tv's??
also, i will be using dish network, so the build in cable card and hd tuner doensn't really matter.
sony 60xs955 lcd
or
toshiba 62hm84 dlp

thanks

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what features are you looking for on a TV? If you want alot of features go with the sony, if you want the better picture go with the toshiba

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this is my problem

im looking for a better picture for the things i said im gonna be using it for and i want a reliable tv. I actually have the sony right now and i had to exchange it 2 times cause the power supply failed both times. THis is within one month. This is why i am thinking about getting the toshiba but i read somewhere that you can't connect the computer to the toshiba or that you shouldn't do it. ??

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hehe...

seems obvious. I would avoid that sony tv if I were you... it has your number Happy

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yea...

yea, thats whay i originally thought, but i actually like the tv other than the fact that i broke twice already. This is why i want to know which of the two has a better picture quality overall. In regular tv, dvd's and when i use the tv as a comp monitor. As of right now i don't have hd so im running on analog dish network and the quality is not that great. so i can't really see how good it looks. I like how dvd's look and i havn't yet hooked up my comp to the tv. any input on the toshiba or the sony other than my experience??

thanks

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this is my problem

FYI, I have a 12 year old 32" Toshiba and it's working great. John

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