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lee63 12-10-06 09:14 AM

Post your HDTV displays here
 
I'm interested to see what everyone is using to display their HD content. I was torn between a Sony 46" XBR3 LCD http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...ist&sku=458492 and the Pioneer Elite 1140 HD pro http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...404007,00.html. After a lot of research I have decided to go with the Pioneer, the Sony seems to have the typical LCD issues, dead or stuck pixels, uneven backlighting, the XBR3 also has a bad cloudiness problem http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=748779.

Well lets see what you have :) bring on the Plasma v LCD wars (duel)

(lee63) (lee63)

betterdan 12-10-06 09:34 AM

Re: Post your HDTV displays here
 
I've got the WD52631 52 inch Mitsubishi 1080P DLP HDTV and I love it. (nana2)
http://www.hometheaterstore.com/photos/WD52631-2T.jpg

http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/j/i/183...s.html?cid=380

lee63 12-10-06 09:40 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by betterdan
I've got the WD52631 52 inch Mitsubishi 1080P DLP HDTV and I love it. (nana2)
http://www.hometheaterstore.com/photos/WD52631-2T.jpg

http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/j/i/183...s.html?cid=380

Nice(lee63)

Riptide 12-10-06 09:46 AM

Re: Post your HDTV displays here
 
Westinghouse LVM37W3

http://www.westinghousedigital.com/d...spx?itemnum=56

lee63 12-10-06 09:49 AM

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Anyone using Blu Ray on those 1080P sets ?? (lee63)

Riptide 12-10-06 09:49 AM

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Nope. Just downloadable stuff from the internet. I have a 1080i version of Return Of The King - 26 gig. :)

lee63 12-10-06 09:58 AM

Re: Post your HDTV displays here
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide
Nope. Just downloadable stuff from the internet. I have a 1080i version of Return Of The King - 26 gig. :)

I think Im gonna give Blu Ray a shot even though the res on my plasma is not 1920x1080, Im sure it will still look great:D

HarpooN 12-10-06 10:21 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide
Nope. Just downloadable stuff from the internet. I have a 1080i version of Return Of The King - 26 gig. :)


Holy s*** :afraid: The maximum size movie I've downloaded ever was T2 Extreme edition (or whatever it's called), and it weights around 7 GB. Weird resolution it has, though, I think its 1440x 816 (lee63)

theultimo 12-10-06 10:31 AM

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Cramped for room, only 720p, but this is what I use (360 and computer):
http://www.viewsonic.com/products/de.../lcdtv/n2060w/

stncttr908 12-10-06 10:46 AM

Re: Post your HDTV displays here
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Riptide
Nope. Just downloadable stuff from the internet. I have a 1080i version of Return Of The King - 26 gig. :)

You know what's poor? Having a 1080i version of Layer Cake and no one having a CPU good enough to watch it.

betterdan 12-10-06 10:48 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by lee63
Anyone using Blu Ray on those 1080P sets ?? (lee63)

Nope, I am using the HD DVD add on for the XBOX 360. Looks incredible.

|MaguS| 12-10-06 10:49 AM

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http://www.westinghousedigital.com/d...spx?itemnum=59

Westinghouse 47"

I was thinking about going Sony but I decided for the price (I got it for $1500) that I was able to get this one at I couldn't ignore it. The Sony is nice but too expensive for my budget right now.

I have watched Blu-Ray movies from my PS3, MI3 looked pretty dam good too me but I never seen an HD-DVD on a normal set, not at a local store.


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