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Poll: What size of tv are you watching?

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  1. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    I'm watching a 37" sanyo lcd tv i bought 3 years ago.
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  2. Currently have a 40" Samsung LED TV that I've had just over a year. I love it. Would have gone bigger but space constraints prevented it.
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    50" pioneer plasma. Bought it 2007. Just before everyone released full hd 1080p TVs...
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    I just bought a 32-inch LG LCD for my main TV. I also have old CRT TVs in other rooms (a 20-inch and a 13-inch).
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    32" Vizio
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    51"samsung plasma 3d - had to finally replace the 40" sony xbr tube tv.
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  7. A 47" Philips LCD (3 years old) in the living room, and a 42" Vizio plasma (4 years old) in the library.

    As soon as I can finish remodeling the den for a decent home theater setup, I'll get an LG 65" Cinema 3D set for it. I look at the prices for that set on Amazon every day, and they go up and down like penny stocks, sometimes twice a day.
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  8. A 46" Samsung LCD. And a 22" Vizio LCD.
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    50" Samsung Plasma, bought about 2 years ago. For the low low price of $1499.00 with an NFLShop $200.00 gift card.
    I need a TV in the bedroom.
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  10. I watch a 13" Zenith color TV picked up on a curb about 25 years ago. Convergance is slightly off at the bottom of the screen. I see that thrift shops have better TVs for 2 or 3 dollars, but the poor quality of programming doesn't merit spending the 3 dollars.
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    40" Sony LCD that's about 5 years old Not all that interested in 3D, but do enjoy watching 1080P/24 Blu-ray on it.
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    I don't own a TV, but I do have a OTA and a cable TV tuner for my HTPC and I can direct that to my 24" LED monitor or my video projection screen. But I very rarely use either.
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  13. 40" Insignia LED in the living room for watching blurays and upscaled DVDs and 32" CRT in the bedroom with cable for general TV viewing.
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    52" inch plasma @ 720/1080i which was purchased prior to 1080P TVs became prevalent. Purchased a 1080P projector last year and connected it to my media PC which has an OTA card so now i spend quite a bit of time watching it as well..
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  15. 37" Olevia 1080i that I bought in 2007. I still Love it! It works well for our living room, but wouldn't mind upgrading to a 42" at some point.

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    32" Westinghouse 720p - bought three years ago and working perfectly. I went to BestBuy recently and compared 720p and 1080i sets of the same size (32" or so); didn't see enough of a difference to make upgrading worthwhile. As some of the networks broadcast their sports in 720p (and I can see individual hairs on the head of our favorite local anchorwoman), I just don't see the worth of a 1080i set unless I move way up in size. Others will disagree and that's okay.
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  17. 34" Panasonic CRT, widescreen, 1080i - bought at a "final clearance" sale in 2005. It weighs 170 pounds.
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    Sony XBR 57" rear-projection HDTV without a tuner and HDMI bought in Jan 2001. Price including the Toshiba tuner, Sony progressive scan DVD player and extended warranty which I never used. . . let's just say the wife really enjoyed it maybe 12 hours a day! Worth every penny of it, so they say.
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    Panasonic 50" Plasma
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    Bought a 46" Sharp about 5 years ago and wish I had got one larger but prices were pretty high for anything over 42-46" back then. It's been relegated to my son's room but he's off to college so it doesn't get much use these days. We've had a 60" Sharp in the living room for most of our TV watching for the last year or so. Make's a hell of a display for the Wii too!
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    Apple will probably have 37" and 42" iMacs later this Spring with embedded AppleTV circuitry. (No, this is not an invitation to a debate about Apple products; it's just my educated guess based upon what components Apple seems to be ordering from their suppliers plus the rumor mill minus some really laughable posts by the industry pundits.)
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    As of december my house is CRT free!!!


    In september I bought a Westinghouse 46" LED 1080p 120Hz for my living room, i wanted to get a 50" or bigger but i hated the idea of getting rid of my huge entertainment center i bought about 5 years ago for $600.00, nothing larger would fit in it , i used to have my 54" rear projection sitting on the floor in it.
    It's 2 pillars with cabinets and a large shelf running from side to side with light's above it.
    So i had to also buy a stand for the new LED to sit in it

    But i may end up getting rid of it this summer because i just keep eyeing and over those 60" LED's!!!

    Then i bought a Westinghouse 26" LED 1080p 60Hz to replace my 27" CRT in my bedroom.

    And on black friday my daughter picked me up 2 LG BD610 Bluray players, 1 for my bedroom and 1 for the living room, and a Emerson 32" LCD 720p 60Hz at Walmart, the Emerson was only $188.00.
    I gave her the $$$ for them because her and her BF and a couple of other people went to walmart at 4pm thursday afternoon to wait all night for a bunch of stuff and be first in line because i guess they started different sales at different times.
    And i had to work friday morning, hey, that's what kids are for!!
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    I figured ya can't beat a 32" for $188.00!!!
    Even though it's not an LED and it's an Emerson!!
    LOL!!

    I have that one down here in my work room (with my PC's) sitting on my workbench and use it for a TV, a spare monitor for when working on PC's & a secondary extended monitor for watching vids on when i am doing stuff on my pc using my Samsung 27" LCD monitor.

    Then in December i bought my daughter a 27" LED tv and gave her a 17" LCD monitor for her PC.

    I still have a 27" CRT sitting in my dining room waiting to either sell it for $25.00 or drop it off at goodwill when i am sick of seeing it sitting on the floor in the corner.....
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    Panasonic Plasma 42" in the bedroom ... connected to a Pioneer Elite Receiver ... HTPC arrangement ... sound is very nice with Acoustic Research speakers ... PL 100s ... web page link >>> http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Acoustic-Research-PL100-5.1-Home-Theater-System/3...3/product.html ... I am not using the subwoofer that came with it ... too small.

    Sony 50" HDTV Projection in the living room ... gets dirty inside and I use the air compressor in the garage with long air hose to blow it out. No Digital Tuner inside ... I use the Panasonic EZ17 for Digital TV reception ... through a Pioneer VSX 1015 ... sound is very nice with Acoustic Research speakers ... Classic 26s

    Sony 31.5" LCD for the monitor I use with the main PC I use ... Nvidia 9500 GT ... component video out is my connection through a Pioneer Receiver ... to the Sony LCD HDTV ... games play great and sound great ... sound is very nice with Acoustic Research speakers ... AR 48s
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    60" Pioneer Kuro A600 here
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    42" Panasonic plasma 720p pc connected through hdmi.
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    26" LED for a computer monitor, 47" LED in the living room for watching and playing SCRABBLE.
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