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    Default Picked up a new display today

    There was a deal at Second Act that I couldn't pass up, especially now that I have a larger stand.

    So here it is. My new ridiculously large Toshiba 65" 1080P DLP. It actually weighs significantly less than my 50" Panasonic Plasma, though... (which is good, cuz I'm not sure how sturdy my stand is going to be)
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    Cool. I think my dad is going pick up the new MIt 65" DLP at CC on sale for 2149
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    So tell us what you think of DLP over Plasma now!


    BTW what's the source video that is for the Tonight show? If DirecTV or OTA it's 1080i right, so really not taken the advantage of the 1080p.

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    Jake, FYI I picked this up for $1199. :) (Refurbished of course, but no worries here)

    Joe, I used to have a 50" 1080P Samsung DLP. I preferred my 720p plasma, but I'm enjoying the extra 15". I do have a PS3, so I can enjoy the 1080p that way. But I believe the Tonight Show is displayed in 1080i.

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    Congrats very very nice price. good looking unit too. great looking stand also there. Now all you need is some big honking SDA SRS 1.2 tls to flank that huge display.:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakelm View Post
    Cool. I think my dad is going pick up the new MIt 65" DLP at CC on sale for 2149
    hey jake, my friend was about to buy that set until he saw a letter box movie (w/black bars) on it. you could see some geometry problems along the top corners where the image meets the black bars. kind of dipped down along the edges. saw it on two different sets at different retailers. can't see it on full screen material. just a heads up.

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    I like buying refurbs, Cause your getting something thats been fixed plus had a look over for other possible problems
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    My referb HK was half price and in perfect physical and working condition.

    So no problem here with referb products either. In some situations they are almost better than new.
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    I've never had a problem buying a refurb anything.

    Congrats! The only problem is ugly people are going to be even uglier on that 65" screen. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivrrat View Post
    The only problem is ugly people are going to be even uglier on that 65" screen. :D
    I call that BIG ugly

    "you not ugly...you BIG ugly"
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    That's not ridiculously large ... Looks right at home ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakelm View Post
    Cool. I think my dad is going pick up the new MIt 65" DLP at CC on sale for 2149
    I really, really like the Mitsu DLPs. He will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dane_peterson View Post
    There was a deal at Second Act that I couldn't pass up, especially now that I have a larger stand.

    So here it is. My new ridiculously large Toshiba 65" 1080P DLP. It actually weighs significantly less than my 50" Panasonic Plasma, though... (which is good, cuz I'm not sure how sturdy my stand is going to be)
    Looks great. Nice bright colors. It looks like it fits your stand and room just about perfectly. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizelbs View Post
    I really, really like the Mitsu DLPs. He will love it.
    In diplays, him and I are huge Mit fans, always have been since our first 50" front projection with the fold out mirror back in 81-82
    Monitor 7b's front
    Monitor 4's surround
    Frankinpolk Center (2 mw6503's with peerless tweeter)
    M10's back surround
    Hafler-200 driving patio Daytons
    Tempest-X 15" DIY sub w/ Rythmik 350A plate amp
    Dayton 12" DVC w/ Rythmik 350a plate amp
    Harman/Kardon AVR-635
    Oppo 981hd
    Denon upconvert DVD player
    Jennings Research (vintage and rare)
    Mit RPTV WS-55513
    Tosh HD-XA1
    B&K AV5000


    Dont BAN me Bro!!!!

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    I love my 62" Mits. DLP

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    Nice find on the TV and congrats on the nice new big 1080p HDTV! It looks real in your room.
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