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Discussion in 'Local Reception' started by Steve615, Jan 2, 2008.
I think you would need to beef up the wall that you "hang" it on and get a direct feed from the local power plant to feed it properly.
What no Energy Star logo???
Can't wait to roll up on a house in the hood that is worth less than the TV. :lol:
This shot of the 103" is absolutely the worst CES pic I've ever seen (not scene).
:thats: !rolling :lol:
They're just trying to show their picture quality. :lol:
One silly inch....
Th3eir newest space heater?:sure:
They're moving in the wrong direction IMO. They need to give up on this foolish race to have the biggest and concentrate on being more energy efficient and better quality.
I would like to settle for better quality, lower price, and lower energy consumption. After all, I am not running a sports bar and grill.
I'll definitely need a new wall.
I'll take this over a 150" plasma any day!
Get a 65 foot picture at a better resolution. I bet this is cheaper too.. :lol:
I'll definitely need a bigger new wall!
That is only 6' tall and 11' wide (very roughly!). Not a problem.
That Panny 150-incher IS a wall! Add three more and I'd have
an additional room, but then they'd probably go up on my rent! :eek2:
Don't forget the ceiling...
With that you could see the difference between 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and anything better than that. Probably with that we could tell difference between mpeg4 locals and OTA broadcast.
And just when I thought I'd never fall out of love with that Sony 70" SXRD. Imagine watching sports on that baby, players would be bigger then in real life. I want it, I want it, I want it :icon_cry:
A little more info and pics at the following link.