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    Loose Cannon is right you have to have the right cables to get the good picture and sound. For the TV go to bestbuy and compare the pictures side by side you will see that Sony or Toshbia have the best pic quality
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    you can tell just by going to your local department store... they have all the t.v's on display and you can see all of them displaying the same image.. from there you can judge how clear it is, just make sure it will support what you want alot of the price of t.v's today is all the imputs and formats the t.v. will support... not just the size..i could pick up a 50 inch flat screen HDTV for 700 bucks but it wont support allot...

    if your going by brand sony and toshiba have been known to have the better pictures, but really it boils down to model and size you want.. right nows a good time to pick a t.v. up though prices are falling quick.. just picked up a 52 inch LCD that supports every new format for 900 bucks the other day for the living room... toshiba always liked toshiba best...

    when it comes to plasma,lcd,projection,tube it all depends on your personal prefference they all have there good and bad parts...

    i just like LCD cause its been around the longest and is tried and tested... took a plasma up to my uncles in the mountains... it popped under the pressure..lol they sent him a new one but he forgot to read the altitude it was set for he didnt know it couldnt handle it... i think the picture on lcd and plasma are pretty close plasma is better for color,lcd is better for clarity... all depends what you want

    go spend an hour at bestbuy or wallmarts wall of t.v's and figure it out..lol

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    oo, i dont think this one does

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1134701134812

    so if i got this, there wouldnt be a difference???

    what tv do u guys recomend? 20inch and about $100- $300ish.. flat screen one..
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    my mate as a bigger and newer SDTV than my SDTV. Mine looks much better. so bigger dosnt always been beter.

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    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1099389620562

    this one is HD, how would that be??
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    can u guys reccomend any 20inchs that r good?. price range $100-300(maybe a little more)
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    I got a 52 inch 1080i HDTV should I get the cables?


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    If so, where would the cheapest place be?


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    while you are all discussing HDTV, one thing that no-one has mentioned is that some VC titles cannot be played over component cables.... this may be a PAL specific problem, or just my SamsungLE23R7 (great screen BTW)..

    so if you do upgrade, you may need more/different connectivity than you think....

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    are any of those 2 tv's i linked, would there be a difference from my old tv i have know??
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1134701134812

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1134701134812

    i have an old old tv, would the picture look better on either one of these??? or would it be the same thing?
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