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Widescreen CRT HDTV

by prhockey / June 22, 2005 12:54 PM PDT

Does anyone have any recommendations regarding purchasing a new standard CRT HDTV? I'm looking to purchase a 30" or 34" widescreen version. I'd like get an LCD, but I'm still in school and need to be a bit more budget conscious. I've looked over a few reviews here but they are old. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

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by sears tv guy / June 22, 2005 1:59 PM PDT
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sony 34" xs955 or xbr series should do the trick nicely, both are awesome tv's.

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Definitely Sony?
by prhockey / June 23, 2005 12:08 AM PDT
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I was looking at the Sony models. Both of those that you mentioned actually. I was also looking at the Samsung, as well as a Philips. Would you definitely recommend the Sony over both of these? The samsung is comparably priced, while the philips is a bit less. I've had a difficult time comparing them in the store. Thanks for the info.

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by sears tv guy / June 23, 2005 2:10 AM PDT
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yes I would def say that the sony is better. Though I have not got a chance to see the new slimfit 30" from samsung I don't think it will be quite as good as the sony's

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Widescreen CRT HDTV
by jcrobso / June 23, 2005 6:26 AM PDT
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tv salesman with knowledge
by hdtvsalesman / July 21, 2005 1:53 PM PDT
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