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Old 08-26-2012, 08:39 PM - Thread Starter
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Do many of you have 80 or 90 inch mits displays in standard living room or den areas of the house. Id like to see some pictures of what these look like in most peoples setups
Im considering putting a 80 in a main room of a open concept kitchen living room...dont know if this thing is gonna look like a outa place monstrous..might be more of a dedicated theater room type display..
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anyone?
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I have mine wall mounted but no pictures yet.
I used painters tape to map it out on the wall before I bought it to make sure it would fit
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wall mounted? well thats a new one...how did you do that with a dlp
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this is my 67 sammy setup,from both perspectives,one from the couch at around 12ft and the other from the kitchen prospective at about 24ft away.

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This is our 92840 setup in our living room. The wide angle lens is a little deceiving. The long distance shot is from 27'. The wall the TV is against is a little over 21'.

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Nice looking setup,That art you have sets the room off nice,strange place for a fish tank,I use to have a salt water reef 75 gall tank and trying to keep it off the wall and have to clean all 4 sides would have been tough.
your 90 doesnt look that big in there at all,that high ceiling suits it very well..Its Hard to tell in pics though,My 67 looks small in the pics I posted but it looks huge in the room especially to people you are not use to large scale displays.
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Nice looking setup,That art you have sets the room off nice,strange place for a fish tank,I use to have a salt water reef 75 gall tank and trying to keep it off the wall and have to clean all 4 sides would have been tough.
your 90 doesnt look that big in there at all,that high ceiling suits it very well..Its Hard to tell in pics though,My 67 looks small in the pics I posted but it looks huge in the room especially to people you are not use to large scale displays.
Thanks. Yeah, that tank doesn't look very big in the picture. It's a 120 gal. extra high. only 5' long. Fresh water, really low maintenance. It sits directly over a beam.
That's the 5th big TV that's been in that same spot over the last 20 years. Anyone we know is used to seeing a jumbotron sitting there. I know what you mean though. I'm sure some of our friends think it's too big, but not when it's movie time.
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