I'd suggest they all have good names, and that your decision might be better made on:
1- Can you find a local dealer and local service
, with a good reputation? (One who will do the installation
if you aren't.)
2- What else will you be tying to it? Integrated systems are popular, but the gizmos don't always integrate across brands. And when they do, a "brain box" may also need to be added. So consider the whole system, if you're planning to upgrade to one.
3- Warranty. When all else is said and done, you pay for warranty, but the company that gives you the longest one, is expressing faith in their equipment
. And if you make the purchase
on a credit card, you may be able to get an extra year of warranty coverage from the card company. I know someone who saved $1500 on a big tv repair that way. (Out of my league.<G>)
4-Useability. Try to get hands-on, see which ones make you fiddle with menus and buttons, and which ones have nice controls with single-purpose labels and functions you can understand!
Good reasons to visit some dealers, or catch a boat show