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Remember that LIFI RPTV that Panasonic introduced way back in January? Welp, it's finally shipping to anxious consumers. Reportedly, Panny has just loosed the LCZ and LCX line of rear-projection HDTVs into the world, both of which include the nearly-everlasting LIFI bulb. The LCZ series brings a tr

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Remember that LIFI RPTV that Panasonic introduced way back in January? Welp, it's finally shipping to anxious consumers. Reportedly, Panny has just loosed the LCZ and LCX line of rear-projection HDTVs into the world, both of which include the nearly-everlasting LIFI bulb. The LCZ series brings a tr

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Sony's feeling good enough about its new 3LCD rear-projection line to lose the WEGA moniker and brand these things BRAVIA. Improvements include new cabinets that are about 22 percent slimmer than the last generation, support for the BRAVIA Internet Video Link for peeping AOL, Yahoo! and other inter

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Sony's feeling good enough about its new 3LCD rear-projection line to lose the WEGA moniker and brand these things BRAVIA. Improvements include new cabinets that are about 22 percent slimmer than the last generation, support for the BRAVIA Internet Video Link for peeping AOL, Yahoo! and other inter

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You can crank the total number of TV sets announced by Sony today up to twelve, because along with the seven BRAVIA LCDs we brought you just a little while ago, the company has also revealed five new rear projection models based on their Silicon Crystal Reflective Display (SXRD -- crystal becomes X

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I have good news folks. I have officially started my home theater loft but still need to make one important pre-construction decision: install a front projector or use a large rear-projection. That is were you come in as I would like to know what you would put in my given room. Here is the issue. Th

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