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Old 4th November 2008 , 04:05 PM
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well i got a 42' sony bravia lcd HD thingy mounted on the wall
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Old 4th November 2008 , 04:11 PM
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Strangely, I have them dotted all over - various sizes shapes and specs - but I don't really watch much.

Sport (I do watch a lot of togger) and news and the occasional item of interest.

I want a 19inch by my side as I have a perfect place for it - so that's next.
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Old 4th November 2008 , 04:28 PM
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Oooohhh sweeeeeeeeet TV sureno...

My TV situation is slightly more complicated. I bought a Toshiba 33' about 10 years ago (yes it is huge at the back) but it has been very reliable. I then bought a Lexsor 27 inch LCD TV recently -ish but wanted to use it in my studio...turned out to be a bad idea as I could not adjust the resolution to something high enough. The default was too low. I just slipped up badly on my research...one small thing I did not get right.

I now have a 24 inch LG TFT for studio use running at 1900 by 1200 or so (love it)...but back to the TV I decided to the keep the LCD TV as it is a Wide screen HD and perfectly capable for TV use. Just wondering what to do with the old Toshiba

Here is the Lexsor...


A friend of mine picked up an LG 50" a few days ago, this one I think. When I saw her new TV for myself I was stunned. A wall of vision. HUGE! It has the same power button as my monitor but does have one key difference of course...it is twice the size of my TFT screen!
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Old 4th November 2008 , 04:33 PM
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yeah im not ready for the 50-60' bracket, way too big for me
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I have eye-tv for my Imac which is the only "tv" in the house. I thought it was good idea as I don't watch much tv. But when I want to make music and little whiny voice says: I wanna watch postman Pat, not so good idea.
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Some interesting info on sitting distance here. 60" TV's seem to be the next 50" But even those massive screens are brushed aside by drum roll......this 150" TV

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i reckon it would melt your face if you got too close
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i reckon it would melt your face if you got too close
...or fall into the huge screen.
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