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Old 06-08-2009, 11:11 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Yeah the price for the HD cables have come way down. You can pick up some good deals on Ebay. I just bought some for my mom at Sam's Club and it was $25 for the HDMI, AV, and AUX cables all in one package. Don't get cables any longer than what you need. For $30 or less you should do just fine with the cables.
My HDMI cables were $5, when i got my HDTV 2 1/2 years ago Best Buy tried to sell me their $100 monster cable garbage
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I would definitely recommend a bigger tv, but not too big if you are living in an apartment. I have a 65" DLP right now and I love it, but it will be interesting when I move as it is not heavy just big. You can really see the difference on this tv. I just have HDMI cables for my PS3 and Blue Ray player and they work great.
Yeah I just had to move a 60" Pioneer KURO a few months ago (that I only bought a few months prior, lol). It's a good idea to save the box and packaging materials if you have a place for it. Makes moving it a lot more safe.
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also don't lay the tv's down flat, LCD's atleast when transporting them
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:07 PM   #29 (permalink)
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When you sign up for FIOS they give you HDMI cables.

I would definitely recommend a bigger tv, but not too big if you are living in an apartment. I have a 65" DLP right now and I love it, but it will be interesting when I move as it is not heavy just big. You can really see the difference on this tv. I just have HDMI cables for my PS3 and Blue Ray player and they work great.

I had to move my 62" DLP to bring it back to Costco.....man that was a pain....you are 100% correct when you say they are not heavy (about 100lbs) but bulky as anything and a pain to carry down 3 flights of stairs in a Brooklyn Apartment building lol
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