Which are the best sites for rear projection television reviews online? You decide to buy a rear projection television otherwise known as rptv. If you are like me and I am sure many other consumers I would not have a clue as to what I should be considering in order to make a choice out of all the models out there. What does this long phrase mean anyway and what are the differences that exist among all the models out there and how do they affect what I finally product reviews watch?

Thankfully, there is the internet and all those smart technically inclined people and kind customers that write what we know as reviews. I do this all the time whenever I am stumped as to what to health & fitnes consider.

Here are five good sites for rear projection tv reviews:

http://www.rptvguide.com is dedicated to rptvs and will provide you with simple yet complete technical information and knowledge the lay person needs to know about rear projection televisions that has been carefully selected from the top reviews sites; that includes consumer and ‘techie’ reviews. So the work has been done for you and you don’t have to go to a dozen sites. It has a sister site http://www.flatscreenhdtvguide.com which reviews plasma and lcd HDTV sets.

Everyone knows http://www.amazon.com. Amazon allows individual sellers to sell pre-owned items too. On its electronics section you can find a lot of information on rptvs among other models of televisions. You can buy new or used. More important you can rate an item easily without going through a pile of reviews by simply looking at the number of stars against it to determine its popularity, the more stars an items has the more popular it is. You can then go ahead and read on only the items that score the most stars and make your decision shorter. Each star score represents a vote by a consumer which is always accompanied by written comments on the model in question. This is a high traffic site and also handles so many models so it definitely worth a look if not for the good discounts to be discovered here. Reviews can be widely differing for the same model.

Perhaps the most authoritative electronics review site www.cnet.com provides reviews on products from its editors who conduct laboratory tests on products. From these tests they make reviews based on what they observe. Most of the products reviewed are loaned out by their manufacturers. You will want to trust this site if you are interested in the nitty-gritty details of a model ad since everything is scientifically tested so you can trust what a manufacture says his model provides or not. Televisions are tested from the mundane like power consumption to the more complex as color coding, color temperatures, resolution and black level retention. You can read about rear projection televisions under projection televisions. The public can also add their reviews on this site. For the more technically inclined.

http://www.highdefforum.com is a good site to go to for all things high definition in television. You will find reviews from actual clients that own CRT, DLP, LCD, and LCOS; so you will be well covered as these are the main types of rear projections televisions being produced. You will be able to compare the different models according to the opinions expressed by actual owners and you can avoid those that seem to have problems more than others. You can also get information on stores, warranties, how to operate a new set and even where to find the best prices.