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post #271 of 277 Old 12-14-2010, 11:59 AM
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Nice. I bought a KD-36XS955 last June for $150 and have been very happy with it. I got a free one (same exact model) last month off of craigslist, because it had the "blinking light" start-up problem -- the fix of which is on another thread in these forums. I have the IC chips to replace in it, but I won't get to that until the Spring sometime.

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Nice.. I'm still looking out for a 960.. I love my 910, but I still want the 960.. Just think, the more 3D TV's get popular, more & more people will sell their HD CRT really cheap.. The person I bought the 910 from replace it with a 50inch Plasma..

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What is the advantage of the 960 over the 910?
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What is the advantage of the 960 over the 910?

Better yoke & focus.. PQ improvements. HDMI.. & the ability to save changes you make on different sources.. Sharpness, picture, etc.. & a few more upgrades & functions.. Even though I have a 910, I'm still looking for a 960.

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I thought the 910 and 960 had the same tube and assumed that PQ, sharpness etc. would be the same.
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They are both SFP:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FD_Trinitron_WEGA

I think it's things like firewire, HDMI versus DVI, cable card and maybe some of the picture controls and software
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My parents still have the KV-36FS210 I bought in 2002. They are still clinging to their HR10-250 Directv tivo, so they watch a lot of SD in their livingroom. (They have a theater room in their basement.)

It actually makes directv sd look passable.

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I thought the 910 and 960 had the same tube and assumed that PQ, sharpness etc. would be the same.

I read that Sony made some PQ improvements.. More natural colors.. Better focus & sharpness.. & supports HDMI.. The 910 supports DVI only.

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