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Other Stuff Thread, New TV in Fun Stuff; ok I have just found this http://gizmodo.com/341633/holy-crap-...-plasma-photos and http://gizmodo.com/341676/video-150+...igger-up-close what I want to know is do they deliver to schools ...
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    ok I have just found this http://gizmodo.com/341633/holy-crap-...-plasma-photos and http://gizmodo.com/341676/video-150+...igger-up-close what I want to know is do they deliver to schools as i want on and it wont fit in the house. Also how much lol (I can dream cant I)

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    Nice, I so want one of those. You would want to build it into the house though so that it was just part of the wall. If you had enough of these it would make changing the wallpaper really easy and cost as much as a small car each month to power.

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    :P I sooo want one of those .. i wonder how much it would cost and where you can get then from

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyChimpboy View Post
    :P I sooo want one of those .. i wonder how much it would cost and where you can get then from

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    So you live in an aircraft hanger then ?

    If you want a TV with the wow factor save up for a 42inch Kuros - a tv with an actual practical application in the home....

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    If you want a TV with the wow factor save up for a 42inch Kuros - a tv with an actual practical application in the home....
    They're quite nice. I think Samsung televisions are pretty good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    So you live in an aircraft hanger then ?

    If you want a TV with the wow factor save up for a 42inch Kuros - a tv with an actual practical application in the home....
    Nooo lol... house is big but it aint that big lol... i supose your right this is just going to be a dream lol :P

    and yh i have seen those 42" kuros Tvs there very nice actually.. but i got my samsung instead lol

    james

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    They're quite nice. I think Samsung televisions are pretty good though.
    yeah, i mean most of us aren't TV officianados who can afford to spend upwards of 2 grand on a TV - and to be honest i couldn't care less about levels of blackness or some of the other differnetiating aspects. Not if it's going to cost me such a premium at any rate.

    I've got a 15inch samsung LCD monitor w/ analogue tuner built around 2002 in the box room at home that i used to watch, and it really is terrific for such a small and old LCD tv/screen. I've got great hopes that the samsung 26 and 32 inch models are of a suitably high standard at an excellent pricepoint. Above 32 inches and i'd proably go with anything from panasonic or philips.

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    @ Torledo.. i have the 26" samsung and its amazing, picture is just well supurb. i use it for my xbox 360 and is just ace.

    i have to agree though with that <"Above 32 inches and i'd proably go with anything from panasonic or philips.">

    james

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    Above 32 inches and i'd proably go with anything from panasonic or philips.
    Why is that? I think Samsung 42" televisions are just as good as the 32" models.

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    Isn't that 150" £50K?

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    HD Projector ?

    Think I would prefer a HD projector with a cinema screen ( not sure what they are called )

    Not too keen on plasma compared to hd tv.

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    Ahh we'll soon have TVs like in Back to the Future II...

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    i know there is a 72" on novatech and thats 25k
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