Originally Posted by kared
Cnet has not reviewed the 52HMX95 (HMX85 in Canada) yet, just the HM series. The HMX has a better picture and more features (2 HDMI connectors, better filter, etc). Also if you look around more people have an issue with the Mits and their aweful glare than with the Toshiba and its picture. That being said to each his/her own, and the important thing is your enjoying your TV. I just took exception with some of your extreme comments......
I would TOTALLY avoid LCD RPTV's! They have horrible ghosting on fast movement and sporting events and the screen door effect is VERY noticable..... DLPs are just plain superior to any LCD RPTV. Again my own opinion.
Hmmm several folks in this thread said that the HMX and the HM series were the exact same except that the HMX has extra connections and theatrenet hookups.
I had the 52HM95, and it had 2x HDMI and 2x IEEE1394 firewire\\DTV ports.
I can understand the Glare on the Mitsu's because of the Glass, but I like the glass...
Now the HMX series, from what I saw on Crutchfields site, are more expensive and does have PC RGB port.
I had an LCD RPTV, the Panasonic 45LC12, and I have no issues with GHosting or artifacts. It was a nice TV, just did not have a lot of options. I will post some pictures of my TV...