Originally posted by Tony Alicea:
If I buy the AQUOS that I have in mind, it has one HDMI and one DVI-I inputs. Plus two HD Component. Plus composite...
My AQUOS has only one component input(Blue, Green, Yellow cords), 1 DVI and 1 HDMI. Also some AQUOS models (like mine)comes with separate AV box, which I found it useful.
Also, I found one strange thing in these Sharp models. When you use DVI input, for sound they have a provision for only 3.5mm stereo input (the one you use for walkman), which I'm not sure how good the sound quality will be. I called sharp support, and it looks like they are going with an assumption that people who buy these expensive TVs will be having their own sound system. Thts kind of interesting to know.
Other than that, my LG upconverting DVD works fine and I guess this is kind of unique product, which I could not find in any place other than Circuit City.
Thanks Jason for the cable links, and yes Monster cables are not really worth for the money you pay. You would not find any difference by using cheaper cables until you have a 'microscopic' eyes..