Dont Allow Some Know It All Choose Your TV For You

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So Sam from down the street says heís a specialist on Big Screen TV, and he volunteers to help you buy your new Plasma. He is familiar with how big your Plasma should be, what Dolby Surround Sound system to buy and how to install it all.

Sam may be a fine guy. He may even know the differentiation between DTV and 720i. But Sam may also be a Boob blowing smoke out the rear of his shorts. How can you tell? If you know less about TVs than Sam does, youíre going to have to rely on the one person you can have faith in to look out for your interests. And that is you!

You can pay attention to Sam, but take him with a grain of salt. And you need to do your own research! You might even luck up and hear about, oh, letís say a website thatíll give you direct info on Plasma TVs. Read, talk to Plasma TV owners and then decide for yourself. Do you want to buy a Plasma, LCD or DLP TV? All of them will give you a dazzling, razor sharp image on a stunning flat screen TV, but everyone has its own strengths and weaknesses. If you want the biggest flat screen TV at the best price, with dazzling color, great contrast and a fine viewing angle, you want a Plasma Television.

But Sam may also be a Boob blowing smoke out the rear of his shorts. How can you tell? If you know less about TVs than Sam does, youíre going to have to rely on the one person you can have faith in to look out for your interests. And that is you!

If youíre anxious about power consumption, want to display tiny detail, play video games or hook up to a computer, make an effort a LCD display. If you want a super bright image displaying tiny detail, brilliant color and hook up video games or computers, try a DLP display.

There was a time you could go to Circuit City, buy a 19-inch color TV, throw it in the back seat and take it home. Shipping a Plasma TV to your home is the only sensible way to get it there; itís too big, expensive, heavy and delicate to be shoved in the trunk of a car. You could rent a truck and hire two husky helpers. Youíd need to know proper handling techniques. Specialized Transport companies have evolved to handle the job, and most does it well. Your retailer has a relationship with these shippers; theyíll arrange for a transport company to bring your Plasma TV to your door, or even to your living room. You should never sign for delivery of your TV until youíve inspected your Plasma for damage. Donít accept a damaged TV; send it back. Make sure your retailerís return policy is comprehensive and allows returns up to 30 days after purchase. Youíre going to love your new Plasma TV; just make sure it arrives in your living room safe and sound!



By: Bob Willson


Bob helps people understand the DISH TV Network and knows all of the DISH Network local deals for new customers. He has an in-depth knowledge of DISH Network HD services.

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