stick with the name brands, sony, samsung, panasonic etc. get a true hdtv, some may have a built in tuner, 99% of the time its not even necessary b/c when you get digital cable or satellite its already in their box they give you. the higher the numbers as in resolution the clearer and sharper the pic. everything you see at the store is on a max setting and not optimally tuned for true pic so when you take it home your gonna have to adjust the pic quality, invest in a setup dvd, i have avia, cost $50 back in the day. also, i'd get a nice surge protector/power conditioner to filter out electircal noise and power spikes for better picture quality and longer tv life.
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Blue 2004 ZX-10R
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