Summary: I Moved over to Okinawa, Japan in 2009 as a station of my military lifestyle. I needed a TV and bought this model from my buddy a few months later for $600 USD. This has had to be one of the best investments that I have made in quite a while. Looks great. Lamps go out but its cheaper in the long run than any plasma.
Summary: Impressive TV....Great Price...Just a remarkably good deal..I have a PS3 and the games look better on this than my Samsung 42 LCD hdtv..The colors are warmer and smoother. My LCD makes it too bright and annoying. I must admit this TV is great.
Summary: this tv is a tank, the aftermarket bulbs dont cost much and unlike lcd or plazma tvs, once something messes up in this one (usually the bulb) its easily replaced by removing a small door on the side of the tv. if the picture gets dark. or weird shadows in the picture. the tv is easily taken apart and insides cleaned. the picture is amazing. the aftermaket bulbs are cheap as i said. i got one a year and a half ago and the tv stays on 24/7 playing ps3, netflix.
Summary: I've been researching alot over the internet the past few months for my first ever hdtv. At first I wanted to get an LCD and I've been looking at the big names like Sony, Samsung, Sharp etc, but even their 32 in. size hdtv's were over $1500! I came across this JVC HD52G887 and it had everything I wanted. It is a hd set. It has a atsc/qam tuner, It's 52 inches! It's under a 1000 dollars!!! This set is DLP which means it is projection, it's not flat in the back.
Summary: After many months of checking into all the different types of new HDTVs. I decided that I rear projection was the right choice for me. And BOY was I right, I LOVE MY REAR PROJECTION TV!!! I would definitely buy another.