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    Talking Lets see ure plasma / lcd screen tv

    HI guys im looking to get a plasma screen @ some time dont no when but i would like to see ure screens if you got pics the post them so we can see
    PLEASE dont post link to this is my screen i wont to see ure screen's as a home pic not a website thanks

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    doubt many people here have them.
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    Your best bet is to look in a shop like John Lewis on Oxford Street. You'll soon see how bad they are.

    Get a projector instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Planetside
    HI guys im looking to get a plasma screen @ some time dont no when but i would like to see ure screens if you got pics the post them so we can see
    Well I would post a piccy - but I dunno how to here
    Last edited by XTR; 08-01-2004 at 03:41 AM.

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    upload to some webspace and then use the image tags [img ] image url here [/url ] without the spaces after the img, or click post reply and theres a tool bar there
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    [QUOTE=KBeee]
    Quote Originally Posted by Planetside
    HI guys im looking to get a plasma screen @ some time dont no when but i would like to see ure screens if you got pics the post them so we can see
    Well I would post a piccy - but I dunno how to here
    Hi m8 just go here click here to upload your pic

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    I've got the Pionner 43" Plasma and its fantastic.
    Very easy to use and set up.
    You can hook up pc, games console, pc card reader, compact flash etc.etc.

    I had the chioce of lcd 30" or 43" plasma the Plasma won hands down for me.

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    lol dude why is ure 2 seater in front of your plasma screen

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    Ive seen Plasma, RPs and Projectors and first off. Don't get an RP

    Plasmas are good but the high quality Sony projectors are great, very little skipping and high light levels isn't a problem. Only down is that you do need to replace the bulb every once in a while, although then if you drop it you don't have the problem of having to get out the room SHARPISH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by unrealrocks
    Ive seen Plasma, RPs and Projectors and first off. Don't get an RP

    Plasmas are good but the high quality Sony projectors are great, very little skipping and high light levels isn't a problem. Only down is that you do need to replace the bulb every once in a while, although then if you drop it you don't have the problem of having to get out the room SHARPISH!
    What's an RP??

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    RP- Rear Projection television. Until a couple of years ago, the only way to get a big TV. They basically have a CRT projector inside them, which projects via a mirror onto a plastic screen (I think they're plastic of some sort ). TBH I prefer them to Plasmas, but that's not saying much.

    Quote Originally Posted by unrealrocks
    Plasmas are good but the high quality Sony projectors are great, very little skipping and high light levels isn't a problem. Only down is that you do need to replace the bulb every once in a while, although then if you drop it you don't have the problem of having to get out the room SHARPISH!
    Why would you have to run?

    Anyway, here's another vote for a Projector instead of a Plasma screen- especially a DLP one. Still, I suspect a lot of the reason I dislike Plasmas (and LCD TVs) is because they have a lot of picture noise and fuzziness. I reckon this could be caused by the digital-->analogue-->digital conversion the picture has to go through. Perhaps the new Pioneer screens with a digital connector on them are better?

    Rich :¬)

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    Good projectors cost £10,000 +
    Plasma screens are way behind these and CRTs in quality.
    CRTs 0wn any other format in terms of quality at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planetside
    lol dude why is ure 2 seater in front of your plasma screen
    Hehe
    There's another 2-seater opposite it too - my living room is VERY small

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