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Old 09-01-07, 11:33 PM   #169
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Old 09-01-07, 11:42 PM   #170
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You watch TV in such a dark room? Man your eyes must hurt after an hour or so...
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Old 09-02-07, 01:26 AM   #171
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You watch TV in such a dark room? Man your eyes must hurt after an hour or so...
Maybe he turned of the lights to get better pics? But what a odd question to ask as if watching TV in a dark room is out of the norm.
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Old 09-02-07, 01:35 AM   #172
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Maybe he turned of the lights to get better pics? But what a odd question to ask as if watching TV in a dark room is out of the norm.
I like to watch football in the dark, and pretty much everything HD. I don't normally have the lights off though. Yes, and it also takes better pics because my camera is horrible...(like a 7 year old 2MP camera that hates the light)
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You watch TV in such a dark room? Man your eyes must hurt after an hour or so...
I watch most of my TV in a dark room, but my TV has those ambi-lights which project colours on the rear wall depending on what's on the TV itself. Helps a lot for the eye strain. My friend doesn't even need his glasses to watch my TV in the dark.

Mainly it seems gimmicky until times like seeing the red Blade logo on a black background on screen and having the whole wall light up blood red.
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Old 09-02-07, 09:20 AM   #174
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I watch in the dark too, it's especially useful for porno movies when you don't want anyone to see what you are doing.
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I do it with the lights on then broadcast it live on teh interwebs.
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I think I...yep I did...I just puked a little.
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I think I...yep I did...I just puked a little.
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Old 09-20-07, 12:50 PM   #178
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Got myself a Toshiba 37C3001PG last week. Today I finally went out to get a wireless keyboard and mouse. Now THATS the way it's ment to be played....
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Got myself a Toshiba 37C3001PG last week. Today I finally went out to get a wireless keyboard and mouse. Now THATS the way it's ment to be played....
OT: If you go wireless get a keyboard that allows you to encrypt else you don't need to install a keyboard sniffer from the phishermen's website to loose your PINs and passwords.

BOT: [Back On Topic] I just was at the local store of ***** markt and wanted to look at the new Sony KDL-40X3500 because I'll soon move into an area with cable and building permissions don't allow a satellite dish on the site wall or roof of the building and the Sony seems to be the only one with built-in HD DVB-C support. If anyone out there knows of other sets with built-in HD DVB-C receivers please let me know.
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Logitech MX3200 Wireless Desktop, it's encrypted

If it wasn't, I wouldn't be at a large risk though. Living in a one family house in a small village. Massive built house (yeah right, funny Europeans build houses with stones :P). The signal barely makes it through a single wall.
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