36 inch 4:3 tv owners, I have a few questions.......

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  1. Todd smith

    Todd smith Supporting Actor

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    q1 What is your viewing distance from your set to your seat?

    q2 What are your room dimensions?

    q3 How is the picture overall with 16/9 material and 4:3?
     
  2. ChrisMatson

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    36XBR450

    1. My viewing distance is about 7 feet.

    2. My dimensions are about 14x16.

    3. Picture quality is good to very good for cable and excellent for 16:9 anamorphic DVDs.
     
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    36XBR450

    1. My viewing distance is about 13 feet.

    2. My dimensions are about 15x16.

    3. Picture quality is good to very good for cable and excellent for 16:9 anamorphic DVDs. If I had a choice I'd sit 6' to 7' away for the awesome clarity and resolution but the room layout/aesthetics/waf prevents this.
     
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    I have a 36" Samsung TXL3676. $588 at American TV this week. It's an analog tv. The room is about 12x17 and I sit about 7' from the screen. It does the squeexze trick, so anamorphic dvd's played with my old Toshiba dvd player look great. Satellite 4:3 looks good to.
     
  5. Todd smith

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    Great! Thanks all![​IMG]
     

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