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Old 09-09-2010, 03:49 AM   #76
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PFC5, very sorry you are not attending. I was hoping you could join us this year.

Sony just delivered their new NX810 to my store for our shoot-out. This is simply the most stunning TV design you have ever imagined. Designers will love this model.

Sony's LCD product manager with a senior engineer are flying in from Sony's San Diego headquarters to present this beauty at our event.

I don't think it's in stores yet so take a look at this beautiful monolithic design.

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Yeah I wish I could go as well. Very disappointed myself. It is just hard to go right before the 9/15 corporate tax deadline. Being sick with a nasty stomach bug for 10 days that I am just getting over didn't help but sealed my fate to be working right up to the deadline.

Yes that is a stunning design. I wish they made the base bigger for better speakers though even though I do not usually use internal speakers I know most people do still.
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Yeah I wish I could go as well. Very disappointed myself. It is just hard to go right before the 9/15 corporate tax deadline. Being sick with a nasty stomach bug for 10 days that I am just getting over didn't help but sealed my fate to be working right up to the deadline.

Yes that is a stunning design. I wish they made the base bigger for better speakers though even though I do not usually use internal speakers I know most people do still.
It's surprising the sound quality Sony and others have achieved with their mini speakers enclosed within the bezel, granted it's not like a 5.1/7.1/9.2 surround system but still they do produce a quality sound. But that is truly a magnificent design and I can't wait till Sat. to see it up close and Photo it for Roberts web page. I'm already salivating.
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It's surprising the sound quality Sony and others have achieved with their mini speakers enclosed within the bezel, granted it's not like a 5.1/7.1/9.2 surround system but still they do produce a quality sound. But that is truly a magnificent design and I can't wait till Sat. to see it up close and Photo it for Roberts web page. I'm already salivating.
Very nice looking indeed. I anxious to take a look at it myself.
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Very nice looking indeed. I anxious to take a look at it myself.
Are you going to the Shootout ?
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Are you going to the Shootout ?
Yes Sunday. If I had known you were going Saturday, I would have requested Saturday instead.
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Yes Sunday. If I had known you were going Saturday, I would have requested Saturday instead.
Too bad we could've shared the ride I'm already commited to photograph the event for Robert on Sat.
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Robert, do you have seats left for Saturday? Can I switch?
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I just told Robert yesterday I couldn't make it, so maybe he has my seat available for you dsskid.
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I just told Robert yesterday I couldn't make it, so maybe he has my seat available for you dsskid.
Ok, thanks. Once I hear from Robert, I'll let you know if we can share that ride Rizz.
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Ok, thanks. Once I hear from Robert, I'll let you know if we can share that ride Rizz.
You better drive. Rizz doesn't believe in "sober" photography.
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You better drive. Rizz doesn't believe in "sober" photography.
Not to jump the gun, but if Robert has room to make the switch to Saturday, I'd be more than happy to drive.
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That's about the only thing I do straight, I've lost too many great pictures in my earlier days.
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That's about the only thing I do straight, I've lost too many great pictures in my earlier days.
Robert was able to make the switch. You have PM
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Robert was able to make the switch. You have PM
Great! Enjoy the event.
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Great! Enjoy the event.
Thanks.
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