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Old February 22, 2009, 05:43 PM
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In case anyone is in the market.... I didnt even know you could get a 70"

and its 56% off, just $12000

Wonder if they'll ship it?

Edit: Here's a product info page, since Memx shows next to nothing. 70?? networked LCD display 700DXN - lcd - professional displays | SAMSUNG
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Old February 22, 2009, 06:21 PM
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If I can PM it down in price, will the employees lose their commissions??? :)
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hm... I'm actually in the market for a new TV....was going to go with a 65" since 70" are stupid expensive....I'll have to read a review or two on this one....thanks:) at least I have the option lol
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haha, that would be amazing.
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hm... I'm actually in the market for a new TV....was going to go with a 65" since 70" are stupid expensive....I'll have to read a review or two on this one....thanks:) at least I have the option lol
There is also an 82" version of that tv.... retail looks to be aprox $50k and takes 1Kw when running :)
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Regular price $27,000 holy crap!
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I am tempted but I am saving up for Sharps 108" LCD TV.

The LB-1085 model possesses a total width of 108 inches, however it does not offer Quad HD (2160p). Its total resolution is 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels with an answer time of 6 milliseconds and an ratio contrast of 1200:1. It measures 2.4 meters and consumes 1.130 Watts.

Cost about $191 000.00 CN
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.....why would one buy a bulky TV - At those sizes & prices you need to be thinking about a high quality projector. A 10G projector would be absolutely magnificent and you can adjust the size to :P
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.....why would one buy a bulky TV - At those sizes & prices you need to be thinking about a high quality projector. A 10G projector would be absolutely magnificent and you can adjust the size to :P

+1.

Ive been telling my friends this for a couple years now since Projectors started to get reasonable (and good quality). For 'alot' of situations (ie: basement dens) a projector is cheaper, and you can get a bigger image at the same quality...I just dont understand peoples fascination with TV's...

Now, you'll have to excuse me, I have to go watch the hockey game on 108" of George Lucas THX certified projectory goodness, that cost me the same or less than 60" of crappy Plasma/LCD.
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1080P projectors FTW
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