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Well, having going from wanting the Grand Wega to Pio Elite 720 to the 75" or 65" Mits. I've narrowed it down to two choices.


The 75" Mits & the 65" Mits.


Here's the reason I am still stuck in limbo on what to get between the two. I'll probably be buying either one from Tweeters as they seem to have the better warranty.


These are rough figures but close enough for this:


Go with the $8500 75" Mits and wait a while on upgrading my surround.


Go with the cheaper $6500 65" Mits and get the surround sond upgraded as well as just about anything else.


I have surround as it is, but not like I want it. I'd like custom installation with speakers in the upper back corners and a sub on the floor. As it is now I have two very big Infinities on the floor and the rest is all Aiwa including the receiver. Mix and match stuff, but for $300 I was happy with it. Now I want something professional in the way of surround. I'm also upgrading my DVD as well to something with progressive scan.


The Progressive Scan DVD comes no matter which way I go.


So, is bigger better? 9" CRT's or go with the 7"? High price, big screen, & wait? Small price, smaller screen, & the whole nine on the sound system?


Everytime I think I get close....I get stuck again.
 

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Jay,


You know what opinions are like and everybody has one so here's mine.


Get the biggest friggin screen with the largest CRT's you can! I have the Philips 64PP9751 (9" CRT's) and we are thoroughly enjoying this very large TV. However, if the 73" Mits had been within my budget I probably gone for the larger screen. I also think that you will find the higher light output of the 9" tubes to be a plus.
 

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Size does matter!


While I love the sound from my system, I find that I use video MUCH more than video and sound. That's because I watch far more TV than DVDs (and I love watching DVDs!)


You'll upgrade the sound system eventually.



Rob
 
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