|View Poll Results: What Is Your Main Video Display?|
|LCD flat panel (CCFL backlit)||65||5.42%|
|LCD flat panel (LED backlit)||123||10.25%|
|LCD flat panel (LED edgelit)||153||12.75%|
|Plasma flat panel||445||37.08%|
|CRT front projector||5||0.42%|
|DLP front projector||101||8.42%|
|LCD front projector||142||11.83%|
|LCoS front projector (inc. JVC D-ILA & Sony SXRD)||97||8.08%|
|LCoS RPTV (inc. JVC D-ILA & Sony SXRD)||16||1.33%|
|CRT picture tube||6||0.50%|
|Voters: 1200. You may not vote on this poll|
I got a 2010 LG 47" LED TV Back before they started calling televisions with apps built in Smart TVs. I personally like the quality and clarity of my picture. I will one day likely upgrade to a larger screen and a projector screen combo for my home theater.Until my finances get more stable and I am no longer renting I will likely just continue with building on my current setup by adding more network hard drives and straightening out all my media to digital format and stored on my network.
The screen is an Elite Screens manual pull-down 100" diagonal 16:9 PVC w/ 1.0 gain.
Sincerely, the frugal audiophile
JBL Pro Cinema
GO MANCHESTER UNITED!!
A DIY screen 120". Ordered the screen from E-BAY.
My living room has a Sony 40" flat panel display.
dual Klipsch RW 12d
dual BIC PL-200
120" DIY 16:9 screen
Panasonic PT AX 200U projector
Panasonic BMP-BD35 blu-ray
"Hey Vasquez, have you ever been mistaken for a man?...."No, have you?" -ALIENS
46 Inch regular, plain old LCD that I've bought back in 2010.
Will upgrade eventually but I'll wait another year or two for some more tech/price changes.
I am very happy with the new tv.