You poke fun at CNET, and then use Consumer Reports as a source. Are you serious? I thought everyone here knows CR is bought and paid for. Don't use them as reference, that only weakens your argument. You were doing well until you through them in.
Originally Posted by xorbitman
I have to laugh.....You are quoting CNET? I base my analysis and my debate on facts and articles written by fellow engineers in "white papers" and Engineer association magazines and other rags like "Widescreen Review? ...and you are quoting CNET? . . .
I don't even have to go as far as "white" papers....Just read the last review from "Consumers Reports"....most of us "engineers" in the broadcast industry will tell you that their findings are very accurate.