Which Tv Is best ?

Discussion in 'Audio/Video & Home Theater' started by Durvelle27, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. NutBucket

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    Native means it can only output 640x480. Even at 12.5' its gonna look like crap.
     
  2. Durvelle27

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    well could you throw out some suggestions
     
  3. NutBucket

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    Something like this would be bare minimum IMHO:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009223

    Of course, you would also want to make sure that the room has proper light control otherwise the picture will be washed out. I think given your budget it will be hard to get a decent projector setup. I would stick with a flat panel. If you want big, find a used DLP TV.
     
  4. Durvelle27

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    Light isn't a problem and projectors seem to fit right in this setup to me
     
    #29 Durvelle27, Dec 13, 2012
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  5. cheez

    cheez Golden Member

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    I tell you what's still the best TV to date: 2004 tech Panasonic TH-50PHD7UY.

    Man, talk about bump-mapping where the 720p Panny's excel...;)
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    This damn TV is a tank! It's nearly 9 years old, not a single hiccup. Japanese capacitors = Highly trusted
     
  6. Durvelle27

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    is 105" adequate for a the Acer H5360 mounted on the wall 13 feet away ?