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YONKERS, N.Y. -- A combination of holiday deals on high definition TVs, hoopla surrounding HD television broadcasts of the Super Bowl and Olympics, and the arrival of sets with bigger screens and lower prices will find many consumers pumped up about buying an HDTV. And the March 2006 issue of Consumer Reports magazine suggests that there's no reason to hold off that purchase but also offers consumers some must-have advice when shopping for a new HDTV set. The March issue also contains CR's latest expert and unbiased Ratings on LCD TV, plasma TV, rear-projection and picture-tube TVs.
- New brands: Be open to some new names but wary of others. Some off-brands cost much less than major brands and consumers may expect them to be mediocre, as was the result in many cases. But several of the …