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Pros: It would be pointless trying to pro a product that doesn't function at all.
Cons: I received a brick of coasters and wasted much time.
Other Thoughts: I can't understand why a company would ship such a flawed product. Maybe they don't want to be in business very long. I'm going through the RMA process. The company only offers replacement. If they replace bad product with bad product what did I gain. I will purchase Riteck Ridata ever again. I can't afford the waste of time that bad discs are.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LG 32" Class ((31.5" Diag.) 720p LCD HDTV 32LH20
Pros: Among the best picture quality LCD TV's. Nice array of inputs, innovative sound technology and light weight. All for $395 (not from New Egg). It's funny how we can be "brand name" oriented but Sony has been a leader in TV picture quality since the Trinitron. They don't come cheap but they have the best quality picture. I was a bit leery about the not well known brands that are priced at $349 or less. LG has made a name for itself in all facets of electronics in a fairly short period of time and that is done through innovation and customer satisfaction. For me they are a major up front brand name. They proved it again with this TV.
Cons: I was disappointed that New Egg didn't offer a lower price on this TV. I purchased through a different online source for $105 less making it a great buy. When you can buy a Sony Bravia for $499 why look any further?
Other Thoughts: I agree with comments made about Aspect Ratio. I would like to add what I've learned through research. Static Aspect Ratio (typically the lower number usually between 1000:1 and 2000:1) is the difference between white and black in the images color spectrum. Dynamic Aspect Ratio (the higher number, 10000:1 to 30000:1) is in reference to the backlighting. Typically fluorescent backlighting is used in less expensive sets which is the grey instead of black when no picture is displayed. I didn't necessarily notice a huge difference in picture quality between 1000:1 and 30000:1, but 3000:1 to 10000:1 is an amazing difference. This LG @ 30000:1 has a picture quality that is equal to or surpasses the Sony Bravia.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BOSE® 3·2·1® GS Series II DVD Home Entertainment System Silver
Pros: Compact and easy setup. More powerful and better sounding than any other system of its size. Decent systems for those who want to rid themselves of boat anchors and tombstones cluttering the living space. The simulated surround from the 2 small speakers is enjoyable but will not rival a multi speaker setup.
Cons: WAY over priced. The cheap DVD drive that Bose chose to use will fail in a short period of time. Bose offers a flat repair rate of $125 plus shipping but that is expensive for the cheap DVD drive to be replaced. There is no HDMI connection on the series 2 and you will not achieve upconversion.
Other Thoughts: Bose has introduced the 321 Series 3 which adds an HDMI connection and upconverts to 1080P. You'll drop a grand to achieve it. The series 2 prices are still over $700 so Bose is charging $300 for an upconverting DVD player. You just bought a Blue Ray. I would have liked to see he series 2 price drop to around $600. Bose sound quality is better than most small systems but not necessarily worth the inflated price tag. It won't blow your skirt up.READ FULL REVIEW