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 An HDTV expert question, pls help!?

Answer It is up to you to decide.DNR is noise reduction; medium sounds OK (strong may make the screen softer)Auto Motion: Middle sounds good;spdif: If you have a Dolby Receiver, set it to raw, otherwise ... Read More »
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I need a home thetere expert for this question?

Plus, the Yamaha's tend to have better noise figures and less distortion than the Sony's at their rated power. Yamaha also builds their audio products better than Sony, usually.
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Looking for an Excel expert- specific question about creating a database?

It can be done, in Excel, using VBA userforms, macros/event handlers. However, you are operating in a Google Docs environment and I am not sure it has the exact functionality as Excel. Also, for ... Read More »
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HDTV Tuner Question?

Your best bet is to look into obtaining one of the new tru2wayâ„¢ (OpenCableâ„¢) digital set-top boxes / HDTV tuners such as Samsung’s new SMT-H3090* and SMT-H3050 HDTV tuners. (Be sure and consu... Read More »
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Question about buying HDtv?

I would say that there will not be any real noticeable difference... That being said, you could go with 1080p for not much difference in price. Here is a list sorted by bestselling on Amazon:http:/... Read More »
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