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DesignTechnica reviews the RCA HDLP50W151 DLP HDTV (Buy Now - lowest price right now: $2337.77).

"To sum it up, the RCA Scenium HDLP50W151 is an excellent display device that is very attractive and reasonably priced for an integrated HDTV set. At a suggested retail price of $3,999 (probably less than $3,500 street), it offers new DLP display technology featuring integrated HDTV tuning. It’s also housed in an attractive cabinet that can easily fit sit onto a base with storage, or can be placed into a wall unit.
It has all of the right connections presently needed for any upscale Home Theater and then some. Since it includes 2-way 1394, the set can easily be tethered to an HD-level DVHS VCR or HD PVR (such as RCA’s new DVR10) for the recording of pristine HD images. The HDLP50W151 (or its identical, but larger 61-in. sibling – HDLP61W151) is strongly recommended for repeated viewings."
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