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  1. Member edDV's Avatar
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    Latest "Best TVs" Consumer Reports arrived today.

    Big news, Samsung was #1 in large Plasma and LCD this year beating Pioneer and Panasonic for plasma and Sony for LCD.

    For Plasma

    58" Samsung #1,Pioneer #2, Panasonic #3, Samsung #4
    50" Samsung #1, Pioneer #2, Samsung #3,4, Panasonic #5
    46" Panasonic #1,2 (no others at that size)
    42" Panasonic #1, LG #2, Hitachi #3, Samsung #4

    For LCD

    52" Samsung #1,2,3. Sony #4,LG #5, Toshiba #6
    46/47" Samsung #1,2. Sony #3,4 Vizio #5 (VO47LF)
    40/42" Samsung #1,3. Sony #2, Hitachi #4, Sharp #5
    37" Panasonic #1,3. Hitachi #2, Sony #4
    32" Samsung #1, Panasonic #2, Sony #3,Toshiba #4
    26" Panasonic#1, Insigna #2, Viewsonic #3, Sony #4

    They also have guides for budget buyer, movie fan, sports fan, gamers and techie (networking).

    Worth a trip to the library.
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  2. I will let you know how the 55" Vizio does. Costco has them onsale 1799-$250 Instant Rebate until 2/1/2009. I bought 1 but I have to pick it up in the morning. I still have a rain check on the 120hz 47" Vizio that was $999. I managed to get an open box, but I was drooling over the 55" and told myself if they came out with a $250 off coupon in 90days I would be swapping. Well 2 weeks later. BTW, the 47" was nice but I have to turn off the smooth motion. I did manage to get AC3 and DTS pass through working when it was hooked up to my media center. It was pretty cool watching HD_DVD and Blue Ray movies at 1080P from the PC with the multi drive from LG.
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