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  1. It’s a good clean theme with plenty of plus points to make it worth of the change

  2. Hi Carlton:

    I think your website is great and simple. I am new to this so just bear with me o.k. I want to thank you for the graphs and explanations about 720p and 1080p. I am strongly thinking of buying a 32″ to 37″ HDTV but there are so many to choose from. I have been use to buying Sears products and they have this television called “Spectre” brand HDTV. From what I see the picture clarity is great. I would like to know how would you rate this brand as opposed to Vizio, Aquos, LG, Panasonic or even Sony. Also, how is the picture clarity when you purchase one with the built-in DVD player? I respect your opinion and will give high regard to your answer.

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      I don’t have a strong brand preference; buy what you think looks best and fits your budget. I prefer screens with a matte finish instead of a glossy finish as they have less glare. No need to see your own reflection in your TV; that’s what mirrors are for. I wouldn’t purchase a TV with a built-in DVD or Blu-ray player. You generally get the lowest cost components possible, and if one goes bad, you have to replace both. I think your money would be better spent on a sub-$100 stand-alone Blu-ray player.

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