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Old 04-12-07, 01:41 AM   #26
Rakeesh
 
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Default Re: Looking for TV Help (new purchase)

I just picked up a TV today at costco. I got the Sharp 46", because the 42" is online only. When I got it home though I quickly realized that it is simply too big for my usage

I'll hang on to it for a few days/weeks just to see if I can get used to it. I intend for it to be primarily for PC usage, so it just can't be too big. I've yet to try it on my PC; I'll try to do that tomorrow. Right now I am watching shows on my hdtivo and its pretty good. The picture is so sharp that if you sit close enough, you can see the borders of the tiles which result from mpeg-2 compression when you watch a 1080i source such as an over the air digital broadcast in perfect 1:1 scaling.

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Originally Posted by ad hoc
Just let me know of your particular requirements for some image captures.
Well if you still want to - just some shots showing the up close clarity, e.g. being close enough to see the pixel borders, normal viewing distance, and say a 135 degree angle.
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