Tell me about your big screen TV

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Just curious how many Mini-Tokyo members have big screen TV. If you do then how big and what brand.

I recently bought 55 inch LG Model 55lv4400 and Sony blu-ray player. Once hooked up....wow, what a picture. ^_^

  • Jan 07, 2012

Arekusu-chi

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( * ^ *)o I recently bought a 46" inch Sony Bravia TV.
I couldn't leave the TV yesterday because I was playing video games, the whole afternoon...

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Once you get used to the big-screen, you'll never want to go back to your old tube TV.

  • Jan 09, 2012

Legionary

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I have a 65 inch Samsung DLP. I guess that makes me king of the thread with the biggest TV...so far. <.<;

It's 1080p and the picture looks good....until the bulb starts going out. Yeah, DLP's have bulbs that you have to replace every 2 - 3 years. It's pretty annoying, but DLP's are usually much cheaper than anything else out there.

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my dad has a big screen tv and I just can't seem to watch it, it really hurts my eyes and once I look away from it, it makes me nauseated when I go to look back. for some odd reason my eyes are just not liking the new hd, and other little letters to describe such a "new and radical" thing that I, myself have not really bought yet. don't see the point. I'm still enjoying my "old" tv, and be with it until it dies, will miss it too :( but I think my dad is a plasma 45 inch

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Quote by angelxxuanmy dad has a big screen tv and I just can't seem to watch it, it really hurts my eyes and once I look away from it, it makes me nauseated when I go to look back. for some odd reason my eyes are just not liking the new hd, and other little letters to describe such a "new and radical" thing that I, myself have not really bought yet. don't see the point. I'm still enjoying my "old" tv, and be with it until it dies, will miss it too :( but I think my dad is a plasma 45 inch

This has to do with FOV (field of view) as there is a minimum suggested distance on the size of display being used.
A 45" HDTV has a minimum suggested distance of 6 feet, any distance shorter and some individuals may experience
nausea or other 'sick' feelings as their brain cannot adjust to the FOV their currently viewing.

The largest HDTV I currently have is a 19" by Sharp, but I rarely used it as I also have a 24" Samsung that has a built in
TV tuner which doubles as a HDTV. I mentioned the Sharp 19" as the largest HDTV because the Samsung 24" is was specifically designed to be a computer
monitor. Currently holding off on getting a large HDTV until price comes down and watch movies in true cinema experience like you do
at theaters.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz15bXluyBw

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  • Jan 10, 2012

CND2007

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23" HDTV is good for working, Office and all. Its not too small. And you wont need to sit too far away.
Its okay for me. Samsung 23"

I use the 40"hdtv Sony for movies and pictures. Looks nice with enough distance .

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in my room, 17" Samsung.
In the living room is a 52" Sony for the entire family.

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Quote by mughiJust curious how many Mini-Tokyo members have big screen TV. If you do then how big and what brand.

I recently bought 55 inch LG Model 55lv4400 and Sony blu-ray player. Once hooked up....wow, what a picture. ^_^

LG Model 55lv4400 - that`s exactly the same TV that i have :))

  • Jun 28, 2012

akiranyo

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I have a 37"/95 cm LCD TV from LG, guess it was kinda big the time when I bought it - 2008, but not anymore.
But currently I prefer watching movies/anime trough my new 24" LED montiror from DELL. Monitors will be always a few steps before any TV in technology and picture quality.

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I use a panasonic not sure what dimension but probably 35-49 inches?

  • Jul 04, 2012

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