Has anyone had a chance to view any of the LCD RPTV's from Panasonic, Sony or Sharp yet. I read a lot of articles on how nice the Panasonics looked at CES. I always wanted a RPTV to replace my 36" direct view for some time, but I was worried about three things: 1.) I have a lot of windows so I need something with high contrast. 2.) I have a few video game consoles that would be hooked to it and was worried about burn in. 3.) The TV will probably be on about 10 to 12 hours a day. I believe a LCD RPTV would solve a lot of my worries. You also know the exact the pixel resolution with a LCD RPTV (most do the entire 720P format). I realize that LCD models have a lower contrast ration, which is a trade off, but I think the Panny's are 500:1. That is pretty good compared to most computer lab tops (about 300:1). Any thoughts on these new breeds of RPTV's.
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4/18/02 at 2:11pm