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Who has had their big screen the longest

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#1 OFFLINE   forklifter



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Posted 17 August 2003 - 12:53 AM

Since I have had trouble right out of the box I am curious as to how the others here have got along with their Projecton TVs Such as how long they have had it Are they satasifed and how much work have they had to do

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#2 OFFLINE   Mike123abc


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Posted 17 August 2003 - 08:41 AM

I have had a Mitsubitsi 50" projection screen for 14 years+ (bought January of 1989). It still works fine, but the newer ones have a *much* better picture. All I have had to do with it is open the back up and work on the convergence every couple of years (back then they did not have it done automatically or with the remote). For the first 11 years I used it all the time, but now it is a secondary TV as I use an HDTV for my primary. I will probably replace it one day with a large plasma/LCD when they finally get down to a resonable price (true HDTV under $4k).

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