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Big screen TV’s

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by imageWIS, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. imageWIS

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    Update: Mits WD62525 (62" DLP with 2nd gen chip) being delivered tomorrow. I exchanged the Mits 65" CRT RPTV, and indeed the DLP cost $1000 more than the CRT, but the picture quality is much better, and it runs at 720p (sure, I'd rather have a HDTV that displays 1080p, but the $13,000 70" Sony Qualia is out of the question). As well, to anyone buying a new HDTV, I recommend 2 very important things: 1) Get an extended warranty, its new technology and likely to have its kinks, so be forewarned. 2) Go to: http://www.avsforum.com . It's the SF of audio / visual forums. Jon.
     
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    I recommend you not buy a large television.
     
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    No, please...next time post less specifics...

    In other words: why not?

    Jon.
     
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    (Horace @ May 02 2005,06:55) I recommend you not buy a large television.
    No, please...next time post less specifics... In other words: why not? Jon.
    tv bad. larger tv more bad. rot mind. like internet. yet one step oblivion. over-consumption. fulcrum of literal & symbolic excess.
     
  6. Luc-Emmanuel

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    My TV is a 14 inches. [​IMG] Usually, I watch my DVD on my 19" computer monitor because it's bigger. [​IMG] Luc
     
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    (imageWIS @ May 02 2005,07:01)
    I recommend you not buy a large television.
    No, please...next time post less specifics... In other words: why not? Jon.
    tv bad. larger tv more bad. rot mind. like internet. yet one step oblivion. over-consumption. fulcrum of literal & symbolic excess.
    But yet you post on the Internet, and indeed have 888 posts on this forum alone... Jon.
     
  8. Horace

    Horace Senior member

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    (Horace @ May 03 2005,02:16)
    I recommend you not buy a large television.
    No, please...next time post less specifics... In other words: why not? Jon.

    tv bad. Â larger tv more bad. Â rot mind. Â like internet. Â yet one step oblivion. Â over-consumption. Â fulcrum of literal & symbolic excess.
    But yet you post on the Internet, and indeed have 888 posts on this forum alone... Jon.
    No irony slips by you.
     
  9. imageWIS

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    (imageWIS @ May 03 2005,06:49)
    I recommend you not buy a large television.
    No, please...next time post less specifics... In other words: why not? Jon.

    tv bad. larger tv more bad. rot mind. like internet. yet one step oblivion. over-consumption. fulcrum of literal & symbolic excess.

    But yet you post on the Internet, and indeed have 888 posts on this forum alone... Jon.
    No irony slips by you.
    Nor you, I see... Jon.
     
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    The prices of these things sure have plummeted.
     
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    :bounce2:
     

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