RPTV's that can be divided into 2 pieces...

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  1. Ron_C

    Ron_C Agent

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    Since the HT room is in the basement, i need to get a rptv down the stairs and around a tight corner, and i think to get a tv down there in the size i want, getting a tv that comes apart in pieces is the only way to go. What are some brands that do this? Thanks...
     
  2. errol

    errol Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi ron,

    The Mitsu diamond line.

    Thanks,
    Errol
     
  3. John Royster

    John Royster Screenwriter

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    All 65" mits I believe. My 65819 comes can be broken down (platinum plus model)
     
  4. Andrew Woodward

    Andrew Woodward Auditioning

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    Mits 65" WS-65869 comes in two pieces as well.
     
  5. Andrew Woodward

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    After looking through my Mits product book These are the ones that can come apart. I might have missed some but I don't think I did.

    Gold Series:
    VS-70709

    Platinum Series:
    WS-65809

    Platinum Plus Series:
    WS-65819
    WS-65869

    Diamond Series:
    WS-65908
    WS-65909
    WS-73909
     
  6. David Cohen

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    The new Hitachi- 65SWX20 also breaks down into two sections.
     
  7. LorenzoD

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    This reminds me of the NCC-1701D being able to separate...

    Seriously, though, are any of these models capable of functioning while apart? In other words, can you have a tabletop big screen?

    Not that I'd ever do this, but I was just bored and wondering...
     
  8. errol

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    Hi Lorenzo,

    Not exactly sure about your question... but here it goes.

    No, the sets mentioned won't work if separated. Lower part houses the electronics and CRTs. The upper part holds the screen stack.

    r,
    Errol
     
  9. LorenzoD

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    Did the geeky Star Trek reference throw you off? [​IMG]
    But, yes, you answered my question...
     

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