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Subject: Re: Buying the inexpensive Date: 11/6/2003 4:51 PM
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Yeah, maybe. It's possible they weren't set up properly, or calibrated properly, or whatever. But I don't know why they would be more or less properly adjusted than, say, the Toshibas or Mitsubishis. Sony tends to command a premium in price, so you'd suspect the profit margin would be higher for the dealer as well.

When we were looking for a new set, we eschewed the usual BB/CC shops and focused on niche stores--like Myer-Emco, Tweeter and our local Belmont--that specialized in home theater setups. Sony just never "did it" for me...and I can't put my finger on precisely why. I just liked the way the picture looked on the Toshiba Cinema Series better.


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