What's the use of putting money into HDTV, without increasing the quality of the home made tv programs?
I'll rather watch a normal definition show which is of great quality than a crappy HDTV show.
You can also watch dvds...the colours are quite good...but i still think HDTV is still expensive,perhap should just get HD ready for the time being...
Starhub and Singtel Mio offers some HD channel packages at some costs, and HD5 is currently free-to-air at the moment. Still too few HD channels to choose from though.
If you buy HDTV, will you buy LCD or Plasma? What's the different?
LCD is the way to go. No question.
Churchwolf, plasma screens still suffer from screen burning in? I thought that they have mitigated/resolved this problem already.
aiya, stick to CRTs la. wipe the glass often & images will be tack sharp! polymer screens wipe liao will get microscratches wan (not soo HD with foggy screen).
I think now is the time to get HDTV... one word Olympics.
I would love to see it in High Definition, wouldn't you?
SED TVs are your only option. Virtually the same principle as CRT TVs without the bulk. Then again, at the moment it looks like SEDs are going to be dead on arival. Also they are likely to suffer the same "burn in" problems that CRTs do. Certainly the "screen shift" functions incorporated into these TVs helps, but it still doesn't work in instances where you have a constant larger logo displayed on the screen (like many video games and damn sports channels).
For simplicity LCD is the way to go.
haha i dun bother with local FTA programmes. use my Full HD LCD for gaming and Cable.. and EURO CUP!
not bad laa, bought a 42" SHARP LC42G7M for $1399 from audio house, i think it was worth it.
i think LCDs are just as good as plasma, if not better now. and LCDs are improving.. with bigger and better models coming out. while the trend and demand for plasmas are going downhill.