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    Default Re: Anyone planning to get a large screen TV?

    I got a 42" LCD tv for my room some time back.
    Now regretting it..

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    Default Re: Anyone planning to get a large screen TV?

    Quote Originally Posted by shaoken View Post
    I got a 42" LCD tv for my room some time back.
    Now regretting it..
    How come?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaoken View Post
    I got a 42" LCD tv for my room some time back.
    Now regretting it..
    i m seating 2 metres from the 42 inchs in my living room and it does not look big scream at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwitan View Post
    i m seating 2 metres from the 42 inchs in my living room and it does not look big scream at all
    I sit 2.3m from a 50". No issues and loving it.
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    Default Re: Anyone planning to get a large screen TV?

    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
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    If you have 1999 for a 47" LG, see the price purchased sticky in the HWZ forum. FYI - I paid less for a 47" LH 70.

    http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/sh...&postcount=199 This is just a guide - you can do better.
    Thank you Peter.......i picked up a 47LH50 LG at Harvey Norman at $1999 nett today .... including delivery and installation..... i think it was a fair price .

    The 47" LH70 was also same price ...... went with the LH50 instead because it had more bells and whistles at same price

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    Gratz ar Ed!

    Almost wanted to tell you to get a Projector instead. Oh well... ;-) ENJOY!!!
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    Default Re: Anyone planning to get a large screen TV?

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi View Post
    Well I am ...

    The model which I've been waiting for (Panasonic TH-P42G11) has finally arrived in Singapore a few weeks ago and I've just called up Goh Ah Bee for a quotation ...

    S$2180 with 3 years warranty, free wall mount and S$200 NTUC voucher; urgh ...

    Anyone here also looking to get a large screen? Let's hear the rantings and share tips, ClubSNAP style!
    Projector leh? Half-HD / Full-HD Style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Gratz ar Ed!

    Almost wanted to tell you to get a Projector instead. Oh well... ;-) ENJOY!!!
    How much are the bulb replacements in projector's these days?

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    Default Re: Anyone planning to get a large screen TV?

    Definately more worth then the TV. I would say around $500 per 2 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Definately more worth then the TV. I would say around $500 per 2 years?
    It depends on your purpose.

    A PJ needs dark conditions, and is not suitable for switching on and off frequently. If your kids or parents wish to watch telly, you need to switch the PJ on, warm up and switch on a tuner too.

    A PJ gives a large cinematic feel, and requires room for this.

    Each has its merit. I chose the best plasma I could buy.
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