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To me it looks like you could do with adding something to the waist as well. It looks like it'd be very tight when sitting. If you want to minimise the excess fabric in the back, then try going with a back waist measurement that is 0.75" or so smaller than front waist.But then again your pants seem to fit rather slim in the seat and thigh so perhaps that's your look, up to you.Also I think the shoulders might be a little bit too wide for you, but it's somewhat difficult to...
At least we have less random violence than the US/UK.... All you need to do as an Australian is avoid King's Cross / Swanston st on a Friday or Saturday night
Do you wear it formally or casually?
True. But to actually perceive the difference between 1080p and 4k, people of average eyesight are going to need to sit about 3-4 feet away from a 55" screen. That's pretty darn close. Trying to simplify it all a bit, what I'm saying is that, taking into account the viewing and living room situation of most people, there is really no point getting a 4K set that is less than about 85"..... Now that's an expensive TV. And you'd still have to sit about 5 feet away to see...
You don't need it, but you would be able to perceive the difference between that and your current one at least.
Hope you didn't buy one yet. Note that they are cotton, too.Add KNIT20 code for further 20% off - brings them to $63.I haven't seen these in person - what are they like?I've always avoided cotton sweaters in favour of wool.With only 15% cashmere, that's essentially what it is.
Cool, looks like a nice TV.4K might become "standard", but it will also be useless to those without enormous TVs and huge living rooms, or you sit very, very, very close to your TV.What the chart shows is that, for a 84-inch screen, 4k resolution isn’t fully apparent until you are at least 5.5 feet or closer to the screen. For a “tiny” 55-inch screen, you’ll need to be 3.5 feet or closer. Needless to say, most consumers aren’t going to sit close enough to see any of extra...
I used regular old Aus Post. It's expensive. And slow (expect 2 weeks).I highly recommend getting tracking and insurance.I also recommend asking Luxire exactly what they recommend declaring on the package (I ran into some duty issues once which was very annoying, because I hadn't correctly labelled it - and this was for a Luxire return for a remake).
I reckon just keep an eye on OzBargain for a TV deal that matches what you're after - the people there are pretty quick on posting anything good: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/search/node/tv I guess the decision really comes down to whether you won't watch on anything other than a Samsung or Panasonic, or are happy to go for one of the Chinese brands that will give you 95% of the image quality at 50% of the price As I said, Hisense, TCL, Kogan brand - all pretty good....
I think it depends what size TV you're after. They're incredibly cheap ($300-$400ish) these days up to 42" for a full HD LED TV from a good chinese brand like TCL or Hisense, or Medion from ALDI. Much less than what you'd spend on a new suit.On a semi-related topic:No point in paying for a Smart TV either - you're much better to get seperate a Intel NUC running XBMC/WD Live/Android TV Box/Chromecast type device.If you're at all interested in Channel BT/Hulu/Netflix etc....
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