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Old April 7, 2009, 01:55 PM
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People take lag to mean different things. Can you explain which kind of "lag" you are talking about? It may sway me away from the B7000.
major image bluring in fast pass things. one of the MAJOR flaws of pure led screens.
one of the reasons i chose i chose the 950 was for the 4ms 120htz awsomeness. also i think the 950 works with nvidia 3d :) I think not sure though since it actually a real 120htz tv not just an upscaler
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Old April 7, 2009, 02:03 PM
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which is why i have a projector . Which is basically a 120hz since it's a 24p projector for bluray and burnout paradise at 92" is awesome.
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Old April 7, 2009, 02:14 PM
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which is why i have a projector . Which is basically a 120hz since it's a 24p projector for bluray and burnout paradise at 92" is awesome.
nice

except those bulbs cost a fortune
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Old April 7, 2009, 02:20 PM
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except those bulbs cost a fortune
epson isn't so bad. They are around a MSRP of 429. but last atleast 3000hrs which is quite long when you think about it. thats around 375 days if you use it for 8hrs a day and even then it will only darken. But if i had to do it all over again and spend my 3k on a display i would probably get as big of a 120hz lcd or plasma i could get my hands on.
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Old April 7, 2009, 02:58 PM
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ew plasma xD
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Old April 7, 2009, 03:16 PM
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ew plasma xD
You sir need to quit saying stuff like this.

There is absolutely nothing wrong wit plasma sets. It really depends on a lot of factors to decide whether you want LCD or Plasma for a tv.
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Old April 7, 2009, 03:23 PM
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You sir need to quit saying stuff like this.

There is absolutely nothing wrong wit plasma sets. It really depends on a lot of factors to decide whether you want LCD or Plasma for a tv.
That's for sure. My price range was extremely low for a TV greater than 32 inches. I actually prefer pictures on plasmas, but the plasmas in my price range were horrid looking, so I went LCD. If I had the extra $300, it would have gone towards a better plasma instead. It's a case by case basis imo.
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well actually there is but ill just be quiet
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Old April 7, 2009, 03:26 PM
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well actually there is but ill just be quiet
You seem to be a very opinionated person around here with a very small status around here. I suggest if you want to get along with the locals you keep those types of attitude out.

If you don't want to say your opinion than don't say stuff like that.. its not needed.

Plasmas are good for movies and areas that don't see much light.
LCD is good for bright areas and are better for faster movement.. and 120hz LCDs are overrated.
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My home theatre is pretty hacked together. W500 projector, mediaPC, yamaha reciever, some oldschool sansui 3 way towers up front, Definitive Procenter 2000 center, and a pair of pioneer 3 way towers in the rear. All in all sounds awesome, and looks wicked at 130" 16x9... Oh free leather couch too is pimpin.
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