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Television or Projector option
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RE: Television or Projector option

I am TV man myself, but you have got to find a good one.  Wink

AV System: LG 55EA980W OLED TV, Samsung F7500, Pioneer VSX-LX70, B&W FPM Series Speakers, B&W PV1 Subwoofer and Optimum AV300 Stand.

 

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RE: Television or Projector option

For films, a projector is the only option to get the cinema experience, (Unless you can afford a really, really big TV) TVs are just too small and poky for anything other than watching the news or bargain hunt.

If you haven’t got room for a projector, then go for the biggest TV you can afford, just don’t expect a cinematic experience, because it isn’t going to happen. TIP don’t go and view any projectors unless you know you can accommodate one, as if you do, you will never be happy watching films on a TV again.

Hope this helps

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RE: Television or Projector option

I have both in my set-up, a 50" Plaz for day to day stuff then a 92" Screen and PJ for Movies and Sport, Oh and Call of Duty!

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RE: Television or Projector option

Where do you hide your speakers when the projector isn't out Smile

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RE: Television or Projector option

rocketrazor wrote:

Where do you hide your speakers when the projector isn't out Smile

I don't,the pictures were taken during the PJ install and I hadn't put them back when I took the pic of the Plaz.

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