Nope, you're not.tobefirst said:you're spending $2,000 on a television for a dorm room??? Tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this is crazy.
Because the theft rate from dorm rooms is insanely high, among other reasons. And I guarantee that word of your fabulous TV will spread far and wide amongst the student population...lexus said:Why is it crazy.[?]
It has nothing to do with college.Kwyjibo said:Heres my suggestion, find a TV maybe a floor model thats 27 to 32 inches and not HD, for like $2-300. It will fit the room better and when you're done with college it can either become a second tv and you can spend the $2,000 then with better bang for your buck.
you probably won't listen to this, but I just know that going into my senior year I thought about doing this every summer and realized that its worth waiting for, because well the tv is great for watching sports and tv, but well college is about more than a good tv, much much much much more.
and do your own research, that will probably take a month given your budget this isn't something you should buy on an impulse.
I was think something along the lines of 35 inches.KingYaba said:Well for 2 grand you're not going to find a 42" Plasma for that price. nor LCD. You're going to have to go to DLP or find a smaller LCD screen.
Sadly, Sony's computer line is shrinking steadily... they're down to ONE model of desktop PC now, and it ain't cheap. (They still have a ton of laptop models, but they feel... cheap compared to the ones I used to own.)Sesshi said:http://www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/ISEO-rgbtcspd/reviews/20051220/bravia.html
I recently replaced my too-large plasmas (and a few years old) for Bravias. Rather a large difference in what I see. This and computers are the only things Sony makes these days which isn't a load of crap.