What should I get $1000-$1500

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  1. Rob Rosenberg

    Rob Rosenberg Auditioning

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    Looking to get a tv. I just moved into a basement studio apartment. But I would like a relatively large sized screen. I was looking into getting a 32" LCD, found a westinghouse for $1400. Is westinghouse anygood? I don't want a bulky 150 pound+ tv. I want hdtv, widescreen. I was totally into getting a lcd, but then I saw some posts about projecters. How are those with Video games? dvd's? and hdtv? How far back must they be? Studio isnt huge, but I want something nice. Thanx in advance for any and all help.

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    actually it was $1500 for the westinghouse. model #

    ltv-32w1

    info...



    16:9 widescreen aspect ratio delivers a cinema-style entertainment experience




    3-2 inverse pulldown for accurate reproduction of film-based sources




    1366 x 768 pixel resolution; accepts all major DTV signals, including 1080i, 720p and 480p, plus standard 480i




    Faroudja's DCDi (Directional Correlational Deinterlacing) eliminates jagged edges that appear with progressive-scan displays for a smoother picture




    Wide 170° horizontal and vertical viewing angles make every seat the best in the house




    Picture-in-picture lets you watch one source while you keep your eye on another




    Ultraslim LCD measures less than 3-7/8" deep; comes with table stand or can be mounted on a wall (using an optional mounting kit)




    Component video inputs make it easy to hook up a DVD player and optimize DVD output for stunning picture quality




    Inputs: 2 composite video, 2 component video (Y, Pb, Pr), 1 S-video, 1 PC (RGB), 1 DVI-HDCP, 1 RF




    Outputs: 2 audio, 1 headphone




    2 built-in 5W stereo speakers and SAP/MTS stereo sound




    8 ms response time




    V-Chip parental controls keep children from being exposed to undesirable material




    Other convenient features include closed caption and auto programming









    Product Details









    Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year limited








    Warranty Terms - Labour 1 year limited








    Product Height 25-1/2" (with stand); 23-1/2" (without stand)








    Product Width 31-3/8"








    Product Weight 34 lbs. (with stand); 30 lbs. (without stand)








    Product Length 8" (with stand); 3-7/8" (without stand)








    Screen Size 32"








    Aspect Ratio 16:9








    Display Type LCD








    Digitally Compatible Yes








    Digital Capabilities HD-ready








    Pixels 1366 x 768








    Contrast Ratio 1000:1








    Brightness 550 cd/m²








    Lamp Life Up to 50,000 hours








    Digital Convergence Yes








    Picture-In-Picture Yes








    DVI Input Yes








    S-Video Inputs 1








    Component Video Inputs 2








    Composite Input 2








    RGB Input 1








    Audio Outputs 2








    Watts/Channel 9








    Speakers 2








    RF Antenna Input Yes








    V-Chip Yes
     
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    Rob, projectors are great with all those sources. How far a projector is mounted from the screen is called the throw distance. It depends on the projector and how big of a screen you want. I have a 106" diagonal, 16:9 screen with my Infocus X1 projector and it's great. I use it for all our DVD viewing and occasional HDTV. You can use your wall as the screen, buy one, or make one for less than $40.00. You need to determine if you want DLP or LCD projector, and 4:3 or 16:9. For your needs,I recommend the Infocus 4805(DLP) projector. Check out Projectorcentral.com to read reviews and learn all about projectors.
     

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