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Old 12-04-2006, 08:09 PM   #1  
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Default best plasmas, period

i was originally going to get a rear projection but i really would rather have a plasma, i have no price limits but am look for two tvs, one for my mini home theater and one for my living room, my theater room is getting a 60, but the living room can get anywhere from a 50 to 60
the family room gets a lot of light and the theater doesnt. What technology would u prefer for each room, thanks in advance
ps 1080p is a must also any model suggestions?
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Pioneer PRO-FHD1 The one that says Bad Mother F**ker.

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thanks but i still need a 60 inch and cant find any?
that is also most likely the plasma i will be getting
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thanks but i still need a 60 inch and cant find any?
that is also most likely the plasma i will be getting
Get a nice front projector instead of the 60". I have my wistful eye on this little gem right here.
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ya i was lookin at that to, but i want to be able to use it during the day, i have two small windows in that room, ive never owned a front projector but will i be able to use it?
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ya i was lookin at that to, but i want to be able to use it during the day, i have two small windows in that room, ive never owned a front projector but will i be able to use it?
Blackout curtains. If you have the means, there's nothing better than a quality projector.
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will it give a better picture then a plasma? ive honestly never seen a front projector
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Old 12-04-2006, 08:46 PM   #8  
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thanks but i still need a 60 inch and cant find any?
that is also most likely the plasma i will be getting
Pioneer makes a 60" too:

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...762802,00.html
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lol u gotta love that tv is not 1080p yet it accepts a 1080p signal unlike some other tvs that are 1080p but cant accept the signal
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I love the 65'' 1080p Panny plasma (TH65PX600). It is like $9500. I will look primo in that darker room. If you gotta BB/Magnolia near you, you can scope it out.
Panasonic 65" 1080p HDTV Plasma Flat Panel In Silver - TH65PX600U
http://www.nextag.com/Panasonic-TH-6...14/prices-html


A nice Aquos 60'' or 65'' (LC-65D90U) will work nice in the other room. http://www.nextag.com/Sharp-AQUOS-LC...07/prices-html

Or maybe the Sony 60'' LCD (Sony KDSR60XBR2 60" 1080P). A bit cheaper of course.

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Default How about this 60" LG?

Did not know 60" PDP's were scarce. This is not 1080P - but it has a fantastic HD pix, is loaded with features and a two year P&L warranty, plus it really looks great in black/gloss black.
http://us.lge.com/products/model/det...__60PC1D.jhtml

Oh, almost forgot - it has a 500.00 rebate coming up on the 17th.
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will it give a better picture then a plasma? ive honestly never seen a front projector
Yes. True theater experience. Home theater nirvana.

You've seen a front projector every time you've been to a movie theater. The consumer ones are just smaller and don't take reels of film.
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I CAN ONLY SPEAK FOR THE FIFTY INCH SIZE. I AM CURRENTLY USING TWO PRO1130 PIONEER ELITE PLASMA TELEVISIONS. ARE THEY THE BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN, NO, I HAVE ONLY SEEN ONE BETTER AND I AM ORDERING MINE AT THE END OF THE WEEK. A PIONEER PRO-FHD1 IS SIMPLY THE BEST PLASMA THAT MONEY CAN HANG ON A WALL THAT IS WITHIN FINANCIAL REASON. MY QUOTE I RECEIVED WAS 5900. I HOPE MY TWO CENTS HELP.....
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the sony you mentioned earlier is a projectoin
but i dont have the space for one, my wall is already ready
i really do like the elites but wish there was a 60
that panasonic doesnt look that elegant and i need the tv to look good because it will be on prime display
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I CAN ONLY SPEAK FOR THE FIFTY INCH SIZE. I AM CURRENTLY USING TWO PRO1130 PIONEER ELITE PLASMA TELEVISIONS. ARE THEY THE BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN, NO, I HAVE ONLY SEEN ONE BETTER AND I AM ORDERING MINE AT THE END OF THE WEEK. A PIONEER PRO-FHD1 IS SIMPLY THE BEST PLASMA THAT MONEY CAN HANG ON A WALL THAT IS WITHIN FINANCIAL REASON. MY QUOTE I RECEIVED WAS 5900. I HOPE MY TWO CENTS HELP.....
hey do u have any pics of it on your wall
curious how it will look
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