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Old 07-30-2005, 04:38 PM   #1  
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I believe one of the things that frightens consumers away from HDTV is articles like this. You don't need $4,500 to get into the 21st century. Last December I purchased a 46" Sony rear-projection for $999 and a s5970 Toshiba for $150. I also began sending Comcast an extra $5/month for HD service. The Sony and Toshiba have HDMI so I'm watching my DVD library in virtual high-definition.

Picture quality is superb. My wife, who was skeptical about spending more than $1000 for TV, couldn't stop saying, "Wow! This is so f****** cool. I had no idea it would look this good."

I don't have the five-speaker sound system. But, for my money, the Sony generates terrific audio. In fact, Consumer Reports gives most every HDTV above 36" high marks for sound.

Depending on the size of one's viewing area, budget and personal preferences, it's possible to spend a king's ransom on home theater. But it's also possible to move from analog to wide-screen HD for a LOT less than $4,500. I think that message needs to get out.
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