Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Knoxville, TN USA
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Matteos, I own a Samsung 52" 1080P 120Hz LCD (in the bedroom) and an Acer K330 LED projector (for the den room, in a home theater setup). I purchased the Samsung 52" LCD first in about 2010, then bought the Acer K330 in late 2011, and I can tell you that I thoroughly enjoy them both, but in different ways. I enjoy using the LCD flatscreen for watching HD television programs ("The Big Bang Theory", "Supernatural", "Two and a Half Men", you know, all the best in television).
Though I use the Acer K330 for watching FILMS, on blu-ray primarily, and on DVD when a blu-ray is unavailable. For viewing motion picture films, the giant, cinema-scale 120 inch widescreen image I get with the Acer K330 is far more enjoyable to me than any LCD or Plasma screen of lesser size. However, I do have a completely darkened room for the Acer K330, and you MUST cover all windows in a room to get the best image from the current LED HD DLP projectors.
IF, you already have a flatscreen of 46 to 50+ inches image size to use, then get the Acer K330 next and use it in a light-controlled (that is, no windows that are not blocked out) room, with a large size screen (at least 90" and up). The Acer K330 projector produces images that are so much more film-like (and I am a huge fan of cinema) than my Samsung LCD flatscreen. Both technologies, flatscreen LCD or plasma, do have their strong points, with video programs looking great on the flatscreen units, while movies look best on the giant (for home theater sizes) LED projector screens sizes of 90 inches or more.