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RussianJet
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What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:28 pm

I just got rid of my funsize tv, and bought a 42" LED LCD TV, and I'm loving it. It's a nice size, big but not too massive. I'm also liking the fact that I can plug my hard drive directly into it and watch films, and wire it to my router for internet TV.

So, what kind of TV set do you prefer?
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:34 pm

I have none, and I have not now for more than 10 years. Movies are being seen at the cinema or through a web service.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:14 pm

My current TV is a Philips LED flatscreen, size 42" as yours. Bought in 2006, so not the latest hightech. I dont watch TV too much, and DVDs even less, so I dont care much. Sometimes its just the background noise for reading a good book...
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:53 pm

My house is full of Toshiba tv's. They're all great!
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:03 pm

Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 1):
I have none, and I have not now for more than 10 years.

Same here, although it's 1978 since this house saw a TV. I catch up on two RTE weekly chat shows on their online player, and if I want to see a film I go to the cinema. I just don't have the patience to sit watching anything longer than an hour at home -- too many distractions. Having said that, I can easily spend ours on the PC or online.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:16 pm

Quoting Braybuddy (Reply 4):
I just don't have the patience to sit watching anything longer than an hour at home -- too many distractions. Having said that, I can easily spend ours on the PC or online.



I'm exactly the same way. I hardly ever turn on my TV but when I do, it's to watch videos (VHS, DVDs & such).

Quoting Braybuddy (Reply 4):
Same here, although it's 1978 since this house saw a TV.



I stopped watching TV on a regular basis in 1987. TV programming became dumber and dumber. Today it's unbearable to watch.
I much prefer to watch movies, documentaries, porn, speeches and concerts on the Internet.
The movie theaters I avoid as much as possible. Too expensive, rarely are there movies I'm interested in and in this country, they're too damn loud. I'm not a fan of CGI special effects at all.

The TV I own is a 27" Samsung CRT.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:22 pm

Samsung Series 7 42" LED tv, looking to purchase a 60" or larger LED or plasma for the cellar lounge.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:28 pm

Quoting Superfly (Reply 5):
I much prefer to watch movies, documentaries, porn, speeches and concerts on the Internet.

I really admire the fact that you are a man clearly comfortable with your pastimes.   

Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 6):
looking to purchase a 60" or larger LED or plasma for the cellar lounge.

Sweet!
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:33 pm

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 7):
I really admire the fact that you are a man clearly comfortable with your pastimes.



Haha! There are a lot of new things I watch on the Internet - especially news stories and political debates. Nature channels and even pornography has vastly improved over the years.
Eventually I'll come around and buy a large flat-screen to plug the computer in to.
I've been doing that recently in hotels.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:37 pm

Quoting Superfly (Reply 8):
Eventually I'll come around and buy a large flat-screen to plug the computer in to.
I've been doing that recently in hotels.

A 50" or 60" screen would certainly enhance some good porn!
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:58 pm

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 9):
A 50" or 60" screen would certainly enhance some good porn!




Haha!  
I wont spend the ridiculous price for a plasma but I want to find the perfect picture on a LED that can be viewed from any angle like on a CRT.
A lot of flat-screens image looks darker if looking from an angle. That was never an issue with CRT.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:00 pm

Quoting Superfly (Reply 10):
A lot of flat-screens image looks darker if looking from an angle. That was never an issue with CRT.

My new tv seems pretty darn good from that point of view, and was pretty cheap - 320 pounds. They are certainly coming down in price.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:50 pm

Much to the amusement of pretty much everyone I know, I have a 14" 90s Philips televideo with a non-flat CRT, connected to a Freeview digibox. The picture's pretty decent, but since most broadcasts are now in letterbox widescreen the picture is very small indeed! It certainly doesn't make for immersive TV viewing, but at least it's not intrusive and can sit in the corner without dominating my small flat, something I'd really hate.

I've been deliberating about buying a new, bigger TV for the past year or so. It's hard to justify buying a new TV considering the small amount I watch, but it could well be that it's because of the small screen that I don't watch much. In favour of getting a new TV, I would be able to enjoy watching films and decent programmes and give them the attention they deserve, plus it would make it easier to watch with other people. Against, though, are the facts that a) I have a working TV and it seems wasteful to buy a new one and b) do I really need to increase the amount of time I spend sitting down?

If I do, it'll have to be a smart TV (seems silly not to in a connected age) with Freeview HD, LED lit LCD (why use more power than you need?) and preferably no larger than 32". That said...

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 11):
My new tv seems pretty darn good from that point of view, and was pretty cheap - 320 pounds.

...sounds like a decent deal. Where did you find it?
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:24 pm

Quoting Superfly (Reply 10):
I wont spend the ridiculous price for a plasma but I want to find the perfect picture on a LED that can be viewed from any angle like on a CRT.

Good plasma and LED TVs are now cheaper than decent 32 inch CRTs were 10 years ago. I paid 5995 NZD for a 32 inch Lowe CRT 12 years ago, that money now buys a decent 50 inch LED TV.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:27 pm

Quoting IH8BY (Reply 12):
.sounds like a decent deal. Where did you find it?

Amazon. It's an LG.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:35 pm

Our "main" TV in the living room is a 58'' Samsung plasma TV. While the picture is superb, I've already had to replace the display panel on it twice due to what are apparently manufacturing issues that eventually led to purplish-hued flickers on various parts of the screen.

In talking to the tech, he said that the best overall picture out there is still DLP, even though the TVs are deeper than plasma/LED/LCD technology.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sat Jan 05, 2013 9:25 pm

We have a 2004 Sony WEGA 36" flat screen CRT type television. It gets an excellent picture, very sharp with great contrast. It fits perfectly in a very large and heavy entertainment center. We have thought of buying a 50" or so Sony HDTV and mount it over the fireplace but in researching I have found that to install it like that the labor costs would be almost as much as the television itself. You have to have an electrical socket installed in the wall behind the set. you have speakers for the surround sound to install, run the wires to the amp and where do you put the home theater amp? etc.

So we're just going to keep what we have for a few more years.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:11 am

I'm a bit embarrassed to admit this, but I have a 27" CRT television. My parents gave it to me when I moved out of the house in 2002, but they used it in their living room for a number of years before that. I almost bought myself an LED television for Christmas, but after really thinking about it I decided to wait until this old thing finally stops working before spending the money.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:20 am

I had a 13" Trinitron back in California; I shipped it here to Minneapolis and I guess I don't know whether it survived the move, because as I was taking it out of the cardboard box, I dropped it. It came apart and one of the plastic feet (or some part of the plastic casing) inserted itself snugly into my foot. Ouchness. For quite a while I assumed that the guts hadn't fallen apart and that I could just snap that whole assemblage back into the casing and be OK, but when I finally tried that... meh. Lost cause.

I've been too much of a skinflint to get myself a new on - you can get a Polaroid digital TV with a 15" or 17" or so screen at Target for under $200, which I could easily afford; and I do wonder why I never took care of myself that way.

Last weekend, after getting home I was walking through my apt building's garage and saw a couple of dressers near the recycling bins, atop one of them was an olde tyme Philips Magamavox TV in pristine condition, with a green Post-It® saying, "It's free and it works!" (Obviously someone in my building got a flat-screen for Xmas.)

And, though my Trinitron was out of commission, I had some rabbit-ear antenna sets lying around, and my DTV converter box was still good, so now I'm all set up. (I wouldn't have selected Philips Magnavox if I was buying for myself, but scroungers can't be choosers.)

I watch this channel that calls itself "Antenna TV" and shows reruns of classic shows, like Burns and Allen and Jack Benny. That being so, I'm not sure if I've ever changed the channel.  
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:31 am

Quoting nws2002 (Reply 17):
I'm a bit embarrassed to admit this, but I have a 27" CRT television.



Nothing to be embarrassed about. I still use one.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:50 am

Quoting na (Reply 2):

Did you mean LCD? LED TV's are within the past two to three years.

BTW, I have three TV's (go ahead laugh at me all you want as I live in a 1 bedroom apartment with my cat) In the kitchen I have my oldest TV, a 1985 19" RCA Color Trak . In the bedroom, I have a 27" 1989 "Proton" TV. Proton was supposed to be one of the high end boutique brands that was all the rage when Hammer was big. My cousin thought the picture was not up to snuff and gave it to me for free back in early 2002. The picture is not bad at all. My cousin is one of those finiky Sharper Image Guys with perfect pitch.
And my main TV is a LG LCD 23" High Definition TV. I've had it since Spring of 2008. The screen may be small and it's in my living room but it has a great picture and works for me.

What I feel is a waste are hi definition LED/LCD TV's that are hooked up to cable systems that are still old time old school analog. Last year I stayed at the Renaissance in Dallas near DAL across from the Hilton Anatole. My room had a 42" Hi Def TV and the only channels in Hi DEF were ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC. Also, my mom's room at the Nursing home is brand new state of the art and all the rooms are equipped with Hi Def TV's. I believe the one in my mom's room is a 32 or 37" Vizio but the signal is analog. I tried looking for the high def digital but none is hooked up and the staff does not know.
Even the giant screen TV in the main lounge does not get digital Hi Def. These are just small quibbles as my mom is in outstanding care by the staff and her room is probably the nicest she's ever had.

But, analog non Hi Def pictures on Hi Def TV's are just plain God Awful. They remind me of when color TV's went from the cool "Roundie" tubes to rectangular in the late 60's. When they made that switch their picture quality took a nose dive until the advent of the Sony Trinitron TV's.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:01 pm

FHD Optoma Projector onto a 100 inch screen as the main entertainment unit.

Samsung PS50C7000 (50 inch 3D plasma) as the second unit.

22 inch LG tv in the kitchen, and a 22 inch Samsung tv in one of the bedrooms.

-CXfirst
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:06 pm

Quoting type-rated (Reply 16):
You have to have an electrical socket installed in the wall behind the set. you have speakers for the surround sound to install, run the wires to the amp and where do you put the home theater amp? etc.

Or you just forgo the surround sound speakers and amp and live with the sets internal speaker or buy a sound bar to place above or below the tv, problem solved.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:06 pm

In my younger days, I was always a SONY fan, but after having gone without a TV for almost 15-years, I (finally) bought a Samsung HDTV Monitor, that just happens to have an ATSC DTV Tuner built in. So now I can catch the occasional over-the-air broadcasts on PBS or CCTV/BBC America News or something like that.

The only reason why I bought the thing is (1) it was on sale at Costco and (2) it has a native 1920x1280 HD screen resolution, as well as DVI-i and HDMI input ports, so that I can hook up my laptop and also my iPad (using the DVI-i adapter) and get a nice 24-inch Widescreen display. Decades of staring at computer screens and reading books have taken their toll on my eyes!
The model number is the "Samsung SyncMaster T24B350", 24-inch LCD with an amazingly fine pixel dot pitch and with LED backlighting. I believe that it was a little over $240-something at Costco Wholesale.

Back in the day, I used to own a pretty impressive home theater and sound system, but I got tired of all that nonsense. Sigh, I guess this is what happens when you hit Middle Age... (SMILE). Now all that I need to complete my Mid-Life Crisis is to get a Trophy Wife, a Porsche and a toupee...

-Nick
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:49 pm

Hey Zip, do you still have that Proton TV? I had a Proton computer monitor back in the early 90's and I had three replacements. It seems the power supplies were unstable in them. I was surprised by this as Proton was supposed to be a very good product.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:42 pm

In the living room there is a 32" Panasonic CRT with a flat screen and 100Hz technology (something needed for me since I see the screen flickering at 50Hz), that's the only real TV and I only use it to watch the news when eating.

For TV shows and movies I use my main computer screen, I got 3 hp ZR24W 24" screens with IPS technology (meaning colors stay the same whatever the angle). I also got 2 USB TV tuner sticks in case I want to watch something (or several things at once), politics mostly, but more and more I just download them instead of watching live or recording. I have an old but good 5.1 sound kit to go with it, but for new movies I go to the theater as I've had an unlimited use card for 10 years now.

Quoting IH8BY (Reply 12):
it's not intrusive and can sit in the corner without dominating my small flat, something I'd really hate.

Ah ah, my brother has a really small flat and didn't have a TV at first, but then he bought one and put it on a wall so it doesn't take any space, that's the beauty of current TVs !

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 21):
FHD Optoma Projector onto a 100 inch screen as the main entertainment unit.

Good man ! I've got a similar plan for when I have enough space, by then I hope that high quality 3D projectors similar to the Sony VPL-HW50ES will have become affordable. With of course 5 big loudspeakers to go with it !
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:46 am

I have a 50" Plazma 3D Smart TV. Also going to buy a 37" 3D LED Smart TV for my bedroom.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:14 am

Quoting type-rated (Reply 24):

Still have it and it has a decent picture but, I only watch it when I'm off on Sunday and MOnday. I have one of those digital converter boxes atop it but have lost the remote to it so for now I only can watch our CBS station. I'll have to dig around for the remote. I know theis TV dates back to the late 80's and is a heavy monster. Is Proton still around and do they make TV's and, are they still considered a high end product?

I'm old enough to remember when TV's were distinct, had their own looks and personalities. My ideal TV would be a Zenith 21" 1965 or 1966 "Roundie" but with a high def tube and picture.

I also get a kick out of the Philco Predicta re-productions that are color TV but I believe they have not come out with Hi Def models. The original Predictas only were made from 1958-1962 and were all beautiful black and white. This is when Philco took a nosedive in quality and reliability and was taken over by Ford for awhile. Philco color TV's had some of the worst pictures and were sold at low end discount stores such as Jeffersons in the Miami area and EJ. Korvettes in Baltimore and of cours Korvettes in the Northeast USA.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:50 am

Hey, don't knock Korvette's too much, they had someone in their audio division that knew audio. They carried great brands such as AR, ElectroVoice, HH Scott, Empire, etc.

Proton did get in the HDTV market with LCD television. If you Google Proton HDTV you'll find them. They don't seem outrageously priced, in fact I'll say they are median priced.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:06 am

All ours are made by Samsung...

Living room has a 55" smart LED 3 D, bed room a 37" LCD and basement got a 47" LCD.

Enjoy the 55" the most, we had people coming to our place to recalibrate it and adjust the colors, fantastic picture in HD...

Cheerios,
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:50 am

Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 1):
I have none, and I have not now for more than 10 years

Amazing....let me guess you have a lot of stuff done in a day........more seriously,it would be interesting to know more.

My TVs are samsung 40" and 32" LCD, but I rarely use it....the net is better....better still is outdoors..... 
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:23 pm

Recently got a Samsung series 8 55" LED. Love it so far!
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:27 pm

I want to hear from the people who own a Dumont.

  
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 1:13 pm

Quoting IH8BY (Reply 12):
immersive TV viewing

Are we back to talking about porn again?  
Quoting zippyjet (Reply 20):
What I feel is a waste are hi definition LED/LCD TV's that are hooked up to cable systems that are still old time old school analog.

When to visit my mom who is retired in Florida (yes, that blonde woman from the photo in the car thread is now 72 years young!) she was watching the analog channels on her HDTV. Turns out it's easier to hit '8' than '1008' to get the hi def version of "channel 8". Old habits die hard, I suppose... When I asked her why she didnt watch HD, she said her eyesight was such that it didn't matter much, but later she kept commenting on how nice the picture was when I was watching football in HD.

Quoting zippyjet (Reply 20):
Also, my mom's room at the Nursing home is brand new state of the art and all the rooms are equipped with Hi Def TV's. I believe the one in my mom's room is a 32 or 37" Vizio but the signal is analog. I tried looking for the high def digital but none is hooked up and the staff does not know.

And chances are most of the clients don't notice!  

PS: Don't flame me. I just spent a week in FL with the 70s+ crowd and they make an old person joke every few minutes.

Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 22):
Or you just forgo the surround sound speakers and amp and live with the sets internal speaker or buy a sound bar to place above or below the tv, problem solved.

I didn't like the surround sound systems I've tried out over time.

I currently have my tv audio going out to a stereo from the 80s but am thinking I might get a sound bar to tidy up the room a bit (actually, a lot!). Any recommendations?
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Thu Jan 10, 2013 2:31 pm

Quoting Revelation (Reply 33):

I didn't like the surround sound systems I've tried out over time.

I currently have my tv audio going out to a stereo from the 80s but am thinking I might get a sound bar to tidy up the room a bit (actually, a lot!). Any recommendations?

I looked at sound bars when I just recently purchased my 47 inch LG 3D. I decided to see how the LG sounded when I got home. So far, the LG itself has more than enough power for the room I have it in. I decided to forgo the surround sound bar, and just use my old AIWA should I need surround sound. However I did really like the Samsung sound bar over the LG. I forget the model.

As for the picture, I upgraded from a 32 inch Sony Trinitron CRT. This LG blows it away. The WIFI is great and I finally think I can cut the cord to cable with it.

The 3D was an after thought and came down to the difference between the 240 Hz Samasung 46 inch and the LG 47 inch being $80 apart when I looked. The 3D will come in handy as the kids get older and into 3D movies. Personally I would just rather watch the plain TV without the 3D glasses.

After having the TV I am not sure if I even like 120 HZ and the "Soap Opera Effect" . It makes movies like Iron Man 2 look fake to me. I am pretty sure 240 HZ would have been an even bigger waste of money.
 
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RE: What Kind Of TV Do You Have?

Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:02 am

Quoting Airstud (Reply 32):

And I
endorse those of you who have a mad man Muntz TV to come out of the closet.

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