Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma

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Bob in St. Louis

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Re: Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma
« Reply #1 on: 6 Sep 2007, 06:12 pm »
THERE'S:
$70,000  :o
220volt  :o
12 cooling fans  :o
"only" 103 inches

MINE
$1,150 (screen and projector)
110volt
1 cooling fan
140 inches.
reinforcing a wall isn't nessesary

You decide





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Re: Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma
« Reply #2 on: 6 Sep 2007, 08:48 pm »
I like my 37 inch LCD, and then having the option of my 100+ Panny projector.  Much less weight and easy to move around.  Which I tend to do.
I agree wholeheartedly, Bob!
JQP, yeah those pixels are huge.  I will take my minimal screen door effect anyday.  My next projector in about 3 years won't have that feature, and will be at least 1080p

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Re: Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma
« Reply #3 on: 6 Sep 2007, 09:10 pm »
Thanks Woodsea.
Admittedly, my SDE might be worse than that Panny plasmas pixel size, but hey.... I saved almost $69,000.  :lol:
Besides, from a seating distance of about 17-18 feet, SDE isn't an issue on mine. I can't see it until I'm "around" 5' or closer to the screen. I've never seen "the dime test". That's a good reference point for comparison. I might have to do that tonight, just to see.

Are you thinking of DLP for your next PJ?

Bob

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Re: Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma
« Reply #4 on: 6 Sep 2007, 10:30 pm »
My spending will be around 1500, so whatever is the best at that point will find its way in my home.  Though I have no idea which country I will be in then.
You have a very nice setup!!!

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Re: Video games on a Panasonic 103" plasma
« Reply #5 on: 7 Sep 2007, 12:14 am »
Understood. Intercontinental travel would tend to make this hobby a PITA.
Thank you for the complement very much Woodsea.

Bob