I posted this link some days ago, in another thread. It's a review by them for a TV that never made it to market. I don't know how they can be legit.http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/sharp-lcd-tv/sharp-lc70le935.html
Oh, I understand that. the point of the question was the length of time it would take to build and outfit a factory. If they do it from the ground up I doubt there is any shot at seeing a 120 this year and maybe not even next. I know Rogo has quite a bit of experience in the industry, and was curious as if he thought there was any chance at all that they may import it in the mean time.
Well glad to hear that Netflix worked out for you. Sorry, I can't help you with HULU. I never opted in myself, I had read you needed to post a credit card with them and chose not to. I didn't want to forget about it a year down the road and be charged for it.
Rogo, what kind of time frame do you think we're looking at to get a plant up and running? Also , do you think it likely that they will ship the 120s from outside the US while construction is taking place?
Not sure where this 3 times a bright as the A series came from. What the Sony site says is 3 times as bright as a normal LED. Then when you look at the features listed for the 900b, you will see extended dynamic range for 2x brightnes range, with a 3 next to it. The 3 denotes a footnote. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you will see the footnotes. There it says 2. Brightness range refers to the range between dark and light levels. Compared to conventional LED...