Three cheers for LCDs/LEDs!
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if Pansonic said - let us do a 4k plasma - would you say no?
It'd be near-impossible to manufacture 4K plasma televisions at current screen sizes.
This thread becomes stranger by the day.
Interesting you say that, Strapped...
Have you seen this beast? http://www.costco.co.uk/view/product/uk_catalog/cos_1,cos_1.1,cos_1.1.1/142976
Now that is a monster - I think by the time I could afford that we won't have TV's anymore, just holograms projected into our living rooms!!!
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I think that was the OP's point.
I have "Three cheers for LCDs/LEDs" stuck in my head now, to the tune of "London Bridge is Falling Down." It's annoying and impossible to dislodge; a bit like Aqua's "Dr. Jones."
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So you should be.
annoying and impossible to dislodge; a bit like Aqua's "Dr. Jones."
You mean a bit like this.
formerly known as slewis ---
Pandora's Box opened. That chorus gets in your head like no other, causing profound psychological damage.
Incidentally, I was in John Lewis today, and they had the 46" version of this Sony W905a television. I made a point of going from left, to middle, and then to right, to see how the picture looked if you were off axis. I'll readily concede that my eyes are not as good as those of the reviewing team at What Hi-Fi, and it's worth stressing again that fluorescent John Lewis shop lighting is not what one would choose to tease out subtle differences, but I didn't notice much deterioration in the picture quality until I was about 45 degrees horizontally from straight on. Certainly I would imagine that two people side by side would see pretty much the same image, but that was not what What Hi-Fi thought in their group test of six screens, including the 55" version of this Sony.
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