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I am looking for a good quality 65 inch tv with a good scaler because I will be watching a lot of standard definition until High Definition takes off. I wonder which are the top three brands in this category? Is there a tv that has Farouja processing? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Check out the Pioneer Elites. I chose and am enjoying my 730 (64") due to all the SD I watch. Just have to caution you that when you get up into this size TV, PQ is more program dependent.
 

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Pilder, I am definitely coming to your house for the Superbowl. If I can watch on a 65 foot (65') screen, I'm not going to miss it. You must have one heckuva home theatre set-up. ;) :D Sorry, couldn't resist.
 

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So I should revise my standing assumption that Mits has poor SD quality? That's the problem with this technology stuff: you just can't stand on your facts or assumptions for very long. :)
 

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I am very happy with the scaler on my Toshiba 65HDX82. The PQ, the stretch mode for 4:3 programming, and the pricing on these sets make them a must for anybody's short list.


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A little off topic, but how are the 04 Mitsu going to handle 720p material?
 

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To add to your off topic question, which is better. A TV with 720P native or 1080I native when most of your HD broadcast will be in 1080I.
 

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OK, but is there a place that has a comparison of the features of all the different series (Gold, Platinum ect...)? Which is the ultimate 2004 65 inch mitsu to have?
 

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Originally posted by kippjones
The Mits 65" 2004 will do for you with their new doubler. The 65813 with 9" guns will offer the very best picture quality in the 65" range.
I think this one, Pilder. Not sure about the price, though.
 
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