Lg , Sony , sharp, samsung What to buy?


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Okay so me and my mom are planning on buying a new LCD tv. Don't realy have a set size just looking for just anything 46+. We have narrowed it down to a few t.v all around 2000$ Canadian. Every has it's profs and cons. Here they are I hope I can get the most feedback abou what's the better tv and the biggest bang for the buck. Thanks in advance. . Lg 55lh55 240hz 55" 1080p $2000.
-1000$ off. At futureshop= bad warranty I hear.
Future Shop web store p? logon=&langid=EN&sku_id=0770HDS0010121846&catid=23527

Sony Bravia Kdl46v5100 v series 46" 120 hz 1080p $1799. Can package with a 1000 watt home theater and blue ray player for $1999 . Single available at sears and bay and package available at futureshop.
Single: Future Shop: TV & Video: 40"-49" TVs: Sony Bravia 46" 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV** (KDL46V5100).
Package: Future Shop: TV & Video: TV Packages: Sony Bravia 46in 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV with 5.1 Channel Home Theatre System.

Samsung series 6 120hz 1080p ln47b610 package with $999 blueray home theater system single is $2199 package is $2399. Only available at sears.
Single: Samsung® LCD FHD 46" 1080p TV LN46B610 : Sears Canada

sharp aquas 52" 120 hz 1080p LC-52d85u $1999 at costa so I would also receive the 2 year warrant for freed which is a $200 dollar value?

Costco - Sharp® AQUOS® LC-52D85U 52-in. 1080p LCD HDTV

with the first three I'm realy considering extended warranty for insurance but I hear futureshop has very bad warranty and I hear sears is good and costco is the best.
We will be using this tv alot to watch cable. Both regular programim and HD. I'm going to get the Rogers HD pvr. Also my xbox 360 will be hooked up and played occasionaly and I will be playing blueray through my laptop via hdmi. We have a 500 watt Sony home theater system we bought 2 years ago which is not blueray or hd.

So what do you think is the best tv for the price and also if there is any other tvs that are available in bc canada let me know . Looking at both packages and singles .

Thanks , looking for to your opinions.



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I'm not quite sure , Ive red alot of threads from north america. I'm new to the website and the whole tv thing sorta

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