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  • #46
    Originally posted by Lex View Post
    You's guys get your shorts in a bunch over about anything nowadays, haha.

    I'm relaxing in my age group. Mellowing. It's not worth worrying, I say enjoy, enjoy enjoy! :-)
    I don't particularly care for LCD TV's and this whole LED thing is purposely misleading consumers to thinking they're getting something different. It's annoying and borderline false advertising.
    Jason

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    • #47
      pretty much fooled me
      CHRIS

      Well, we're safe for now. Thank goodness we're in a bowling alley.
      - Pleasantville

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      • #48
        Exhibit A ^^^
        Jason

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        • #49
          If only an affordable LED lit front projector were on offer (no need to ever replace the bulb). That is something I could get behind. But I've yet to see even an LED-lit LCD flat panel that looked as good as the best (or even second best) plasmas, let alone the OLED display I saw a couple of weeks ago.

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          • #50
            I've always wanted to be Exhibit A
            CHRIS

            Well, we're safe for now. Thank goodness we're in a bowling alley.
            - Pleasantville

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Ovation View Post
              If only an affordable LED lit front projector were on offer (no need to ever replace the bulb). That is something I could get behind. But I've yet to see even an LED-lit LCD flat panel that looked as good as the best (or even second best) plasmas, let alone the OLED display I saw a couple of weeks ago.
              Another decade and we'll probably have roll down 100"+ OLED screens that cost the equivalent of less than $2500 of today's dollars.
              Jason

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              • #52
                Originally posted by aud19 View Post
                Another decade and we'll probably have roll down 100"+ OLED screens that cost the equivalent of less than $2500 of today's dollars.
                Well, I've gotten nearly 8 years from my current projector so perhaps my next one will tide me over to that momentous day. That would be AWESOME!!!

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                • #53
                  I suppose this isn't too bad for a 55" OLED. Still 50-30% more than the equivalent LCD/LED models. $2999


                  As for projectors, I've long been a fan of the Panasonic PT series. I've had the PT-AE2000 for almost 8 years now. If finances work, I'd like to upgrade later this year or so whenever they come out with the next PT series with 4k.
                  CHRIS

                  Well, we're safe for now. Thank goodness we're in a bowling alley.
                  - Pleasantville

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                  • #54
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                    Curved TVs are silly - the result of an industry flailing for some new selling point, now that 1080p is pretty much a standard option and the market has proven that no one wants 3D TVs. Vizio wants none of it. To highlight its resistance as Samsung, Sony, LG and the rest of the lot venture into questionable curvy territory, it pushed out a surprisingly chuckle-worthy phony infomercial (infaux-mercial?) mocking the concept.
                    CHRIS

                    Well, we're safe for now. Thank goodness we're in a bowling alley.
                    - Pleasantville

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