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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Lee_eel, Aug 18, 2002.

  1. Lee_eel

    Lee_eel Second Unit

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    could someone please tell me what the largest size possible is for a standard tv (widescreen)?
     
  2. James Bergeron

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    Mits makes a 73" But why not go front projection if you want REALLY big??? It's A LOT cheaper and takes less room!
     
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    Mits also has a 80", it costs $10k , minuse well get front projection.
     
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    You asked: >>> could someone please tell me what the largest size possible is for a standard tv (widescreen)?
     
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    Here you go guy Mits 80803. I wouldn't expect this tv to be on the show room floor, because of it's size. I'm surprized you saw a 73" on display, I have a hard time seeing an 65" on display.
     
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    LaMarcus: Ah yes it is 80" 4x3 essentially the same size as the 73" 16x9!
     
  7. BruceSpielbauer

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    LeMarcus:

    >>> Here you go guy Mits 80803.> I wouldn't expect this tv to be on the show room floor, because of it's size. I'm surprized you saw a 73" on display, I have a hard time seeing an 65" on display.
     

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