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03-15-2012, 01:14 PM #21
I just decided to go with the projector for a movie/sports room. The new HD ones suit, and hanging from the ceiling about ten feet from the wall it'll give me an 80" picture.
03-15-2012, 01:38 PM #22
I have a 60 inch Mitsubishi DLP HD 3D and I love it. Its the same technology that movie theaters use. It cant be hung on wall but its all good. I want the 92 inch DLB for basement. Girlfriend said not until I sell 60....I have ran out of room for watches, Im now going to collect cars...
1990 T-Bird Supercopue 480 hp-sold
1995 Mustang GT 450 hp -sold
1998 Mustang Cobra Convert. 500 hp. (For Sale)
2011 Mustang GT Coupe 415 hp ( for now) Still mine.
03-16-2012, 02:41 PM #23Senior Member
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I still have a 50 inch plasma ... got it like 6 years ago. I just don't see the need to upgrade till they increase the amount of pixels.
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03-18-2012, 10:28 PM #24
i just did the same thing. I was originally planning on doing a projector but got talked out of it. So instead we got the 70in Aqous Quattron TV and a boston acoustics surround sound system. The contractors are redoing my basement right now ill post pics of it when it is done. We also picked up these really cool Palliser Home Theater Seats. But unfortunately, the seats wont be delivered till the middle of April."Driving most supercars is like trying to manhandle a cow up a back staircase, but this is like smearing honey onto Keira Knightley."- Jeremy Clarkson
03-20-2012, 01:14 AM #25
03-20-2012, 01:53 AM #26Senior Member
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- The Woodlands, TX
Sat at BJ's brewery tonight and was mesmerized by there 103" panasonic plasma. Although this thing is 3+ years old they still carry a second mortgage price tag. It was huge and glorious and I want one haha.
On a more reasonable note I think I'm gonna go with the sharp 80 in the new house and sell my 109 projector