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|04-08-2012 06:31 PM|
The mistake you, and many others make, is taking your personal experience, situation, and USE, and extrapolating it to cover everyone's. (I guess my mistake is NOT doing that often enough, folks many times want to be given a simple answer, and I tend to tell them how to make a decision.)
I started laughing yesterday reading a post about RED kitchen canisters being on sale, and how the poster just couldn't IMAGINE anyone doing a red themed kitchen, and how HORRIBLE that would look. I rather like my small RED appliances, it breaks up the forced black and steel the lack of color choices in large appliances gives me.
I, personally, also rather like the 1080p TV that sits on my desk. I sit pretty close to it, but further than most folks sit at a desk, as I like to recline back and put my feet up, keyboard in lap. I spend a lot of time at the computer as part of my work, it's a lot more comfortable for me to work that way.
Got a customer, older guy, poor vision. Uses a 28" 1080p TV as a computer monitor. Loves it. The smaller screens made everything too tiny for him to read.
So, different folks, different uses. Different vision, etc.
|04-08-2012 04:39 PM|
|holun5||good deal but going for the 3D version|
|04-08-2012 10:57 AM|
|sydam3||I was looking at a TV for my daughter last year and this was priced the same, at $250 from WallyWorld. Where is the deal? This is the normal price for the past year or so +...|
|04-08-2012 07:48 AM|
I have a Samsung 42" 1080p and a LG 42" 720p, I have used both tv's in the same room and at various viewing angles and many distances, including sitting in a chair in front of and standing in other rooms at a far distance and there is no noticeable difference between the two. They both are awesome, with crystal clear sharp images. I have other friends with the same type setup with the same results. I am a computer tech and have many customers over the years with this type setup with the same results. I also have lots of tv geeky friends that install tv systems and the such who agreee with my statement. So I based my statement on those experiances, however I could be wrong. However when getting up into the 50" category it does help and become noticeable to have more pixels. BTW, I'm not sure where I had said any thing that was negative, but Happy Easter to you.
|04-08-2012 03:10 AM|
|04-08-2012 02:07 AM|
Another way to look at it would be to call it a "Retina Display", because from normal viewing distance, it's going to look as sharp as the iPad 3's screen. Kinda funny how that works...
I'm not comparing the image quality on purpose, because you can't infer that from specs, or really even reviews. Most peoples TV's, in their homes, look like crap because they don't know how to buy them, and once bought, don't set them up for home viewing. (And what looks decent in Walmart is NOT going to work well at home!) So, reviews from anywhere other than a "tv geek" site are kinda iffy as far as the quality goes.
|04-08-2012 01:17 AM|
dont do it.
unless shes puts out a lot.
|04-07-2012 11:07 PM|
Sceptre 23" Red 60Hz 1080p LED TV
23" Red 1080p LED is available for $160. It should be an alternative option, if you are looking for a monitor
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|04-07-2012 10:19 PM|
|piercebouge||Single man in for 2!! Don't judge me.....|
|04-07-2012 10:02 PM|
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|04-07-2012 08:21 PM|
|ionizer||Wife won't let me get it for the 2yo|
|04-07-2012 07:57 PM|
|doomon||Why spectre keep producing these gay looking TV...basketball and pink frame...argh...|
|04-07-2012 07:15 PM|
|negativeping||I have two daughters and they both love pink. This has just replaced their old 19" crt.|
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