All video sources do not produce equal images: A cable box's output might be too bright, a Blu-ray player's colors may be off, and a game console's video might be a bit dark. You can tune each input on higher-end TVs to fix these problems, but not if you run video through an A/V receiver that dumps everything into a single jack on your set. The Onkyo TX-NR906 includes its own powerful video processor and pro-level controls so you can customize up to 13 feeds in the receiver before they reach your television. $2,300; onkyousa.com
Wow tv's have come a long way. Getting to be just like we used to see in the movies years ago, What the future might look like. Before you know it we'll have the big paper thin tele's.
In terms of AV receivers, ONKYO is a leader and I for one expect the best every time. The TX NR906 is no exception to the rule, it's a best buy for sure. Marty from http://www.home-theatre-systems.net/