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What kind of tv do you have?


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In the basement I have an Ilo-32HD (walmart brand haha)

In the living room I have an Sony Bravia KDL-32S2010. Just got it today!!
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32" Samsung LCD HDTV. VERY nice picture. Some non HD channels looks grainy but the HD is phenomenal. Xbox 360 games look great also.
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32 LCDs FTW

I have a 32in Polaroid LCD.
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32 LCDs FTW
haha thats what i was thinkin
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Just a 32 inch sony tube. It works well for me, as I'm too cheap to pay for any HD content. Once Halo 3 comes out, I'll switch to a high def TV. Personally, I think the low quality movies/tv shows I get off the internet look better on my CRT tv than on my friends plasma.
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I just use my LG 203WT 21" widescreen monitor for my TV with my Xbox 360 running HD VGA into it, and occasionally my TiBook for other media.

Gotta love Logitech's 5.1 game console adapter... Converts RCA to true 5.1 surround sound.
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main tv in living room
24" Toshiba flat tube
just has a really nice screen for gaming, got it cheap too.

basement
27" Sony trinitron
oldest of the bunch (about 10 yrs), standard tube, still works great.

bedroom
20" Toshiba flat tube / VCR / DVD combo

no projection
no plasma
no lcd (not yet)
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Only one TV, 32" Sony Bravia. I love it.

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VERY nice picture. Some non HD channels looks grainy but the HD is phenomenal.
That's true of any HD TV really.standard definition just doesn't have the resolution to display clearly. It's sort of like changing the resolution on your Macbook lower and seeing how it comes out all fuzzy.

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EyeTV 2.3.2, Terratec Cinergy, 17", 8ms response time Proview TFT.

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Only one TV, 32" Sony Bravia. I love it.
yes sonys tvs are very nice so i cant hate them any more. i love mine too
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Sony 27" WEGA with Dish Network and Core Duo Mac mini with Plextor ConvertX w EyeTV Software..
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HD sony trinitron 36''

it's the heaviest tv ever made for some reason, heavier than the big screens (i think it's the biggest glass tube). The guys who moved my stuff into my apartment were po'd about how heavy it is. Very clear res tho.

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