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The best price I found on the web was $350. It gets good user ratings...here is a link to a review summary that covers the entire CV100 series:
I've stopped counting after:
2 shirt woots
85 wine.woots (including the FIRST Woot Cellars box set)
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I'm still new to the HDTV market so some basics still escape me. I notice in the description that the resolution is 720 , not 1080. Is that the norm for a screen this size? Am I correct in understanding that is the low end in resolution for HDTV's? If so, why would anyone want that resolution if it defeats the whole purpose of HDTV? (that thar is whut we cawl a can o werms what I cum frum ;) )
Lastly, can an xbox 360 connect to it?
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stevesds wrote:Can these things play Divx files on a DVD-R?
Several web sites lists it a DivX capable. Guess I'll find out.
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There is the continuing argument (dating back to the early stereo "hi-fi" days) between setting up a component system and and all-in-one system. The all-in-one is convenient and less messy with fewer wires, etc. The component side argues that there is always a weak link in any all-in-one system, you can't pick the best individual components or upgrade individual pieces, and if one part breaks, the whole thing has to go to be repaired. I cannot tell you how many TVs I have seen at thrift stores with a working receiver but a broken VCR or DVD component.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.