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Old 11-29-2008, 05:29 PM   #31
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My DH and I bought when when we first moved in together about 5 years ago. Bernie's was having their Christmas in July sale and we got a 65" Sony HD Projection TV. We've had NO problems what so ever with it and it has moved one time in the rain and got wet (the tarp we were using to cover it came loose while driving), from CT to VA and once within VA. Sony always has quality products that last for quite some time, IMO. Now may not be the best time to get one with the holidays here, unless someone is having a great sale. The best time would probably be the day or so after Christmas when you can get some AMAZING deals.

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Old 11-30-2008, 09:07 AM   #32
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Before I buy anything electronic I like to read the reviews at cnet.com, then read what buyers have written on the various retail sites, and like mentioned, go to specific boards that discuss those products, but they can be overwhelming sometimes. It all depends how in depth you want to get.
cnet.com is a great resource. I will add epionions.com as well. cnet is great for the professional review and epinions is great for reviews from regular consumers. You can get very valuable info from both places to help with your decisions.

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Old 11-30-2008, 09:12 AM   #33
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I really appreciate everyones help!! We have decided to hold off for the day after Christmas so that I have time to research. thanks again!!

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