Hitachi 57 HDTV I bought Pictures

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  1. akaotikpnoy

    akaotikpnoy Master Guru

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    Hitachi 57 HDTV Pictures

    Hey guys, I just took home a 57" Hitachi UltraVision HDTV model 57S715 along with a Sony DVP-NS975V high definition dvd player. The cost of the television was $2399 on sale for $1999 but haggled the priced down to $1900 free shipping. The dvd player was $300 and $100 for the Monster Cable HDMI cable. All in all i spent $2700. Here's a link of some pix:
    http://community.webshots.com/album/295478019oYAptb

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    mantra_sone Cambodian

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    Love it, great color scheme you have going too.
     
  3. Jw_Leonhart

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    Very nice, looks like you knew pretty much what you were doing. See you have JBL speakers, nice Sony DVD Player with a Pioneer reciever, can't tell the model though. Looks all-in-all like a decent priced HT system.

    Well anyways, since you posted up your HT figure i'll do mine cuz i'm bored as heck:

    www.angelfire.com/nj4/tvpics/index.html

    Enjoy.
     
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    Thanks for the positive remarks guys. Hey Jw_Leonhart, nice setup too. Love the Audio/Video Racks next to the television.


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    WoW, that is sweet...
     
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    Nice. My parents have a Toshiba 46'' HDTV. 57'' was a tad too big. What kind of picture is it? Rear projection or DLP?
     
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    Rear projection... DLP's are still a bit expensive but look pretty d@yam good.
     
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    I read rear-projctn aren't good for gaming, how's that working for you? I'm shopping right now and the cost per screen size is very tempting for rear projection compared to the outrageous cost of lcd and plasma.
    But my TV is 90% for gaming.
     
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    On the LCD and Plasma's I read somewhere that the bulbs burnout faster and produce burn-ins from video games more likely. As long as your not placing the rear projection screen directly in front of a window, you whould be fine. It's kinda like the glare of your car's dashboard on your window when your driving. You won't notice it unless your looking for the glare and not concentrating on your driving.
     

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    That used to be true. I can't use my old Sega Genesis on the big screen. My N64 works fine on it. I suppose all others do too.

    Only Plasma. You can get a plasma burn in the screen if a still image is displayed too long. Something like a network logo or a paused game can burn an image into the screen. That's why they aren't that great. DLP is superior and it's cheaper than plasma too..
     

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