Discussion in 'The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section' started by Extraordinary, Jul 8, 2015.
At least you can buy that with confidence as it has the "low price guarantee."
will it cook for me and have a .01ns response time?
Sarcasim to the extreme, no way in hell anyone sane would pay that
In all seriousness, what's the point in this?
A projector would give you a bigger screen AND better picture quality AND you can pull them up and down way way way easier than a fricking teevee that probably weighs several tonnes and would give you a heart attack every time someone walked in front of it...
And it would cost less, not that price is an issue when these sizes are being considered...
It's a flagship model, it lifts up the perception of the other models.
A projection screen doesn't look anywhere near as good, at least to me, but I know what you're getting at.
Yeah, I guess - but I think I'd rather have a laser projector for the wall which is less than half the cash and says 'FLAGSHIP NAVAL DESTROYER OF WORLDS' like this product does:
The shorter response time does NOT belong less motion blur but yes lower persistence (=harder flicker) or faster Hz CMR (Samsung) or sub-frame (for plasma) belongs less motion blur.
A house for $120k? Damn thats cheap! Where I live the smallest home is close to $500k
I think I will stick with my 24" IPS Monitor for now. (Yes I am a cheap bastard)
Also had to make my 1st post somewhere...
You don't fancy a $120k TV instead?
Welcome to G3D
Well sure I wouldnt mind a sweet screen man, I do however not have enough real estate in my man-cave, neither the cash to spend required for such luxury. (again I am a cheap bastard)
A man can dream though.
On another note, I take a smaller screen, with a higher pixel density over a larger screen any day of the week, but thats me!
Thx alot! :cheers:
haha, totally with you on that, who wouldn't want something like this in their massive house lol
I mean, a 50" would look well out of place in a 4 acre home