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hello,


So i have just begun to start reading and looking at those large screens (way bigger than what u can get with lcd), they seems to be really amazing.


Just i don`t know anything yet, pros cons, certain problems with the tech itself, what type of screen, etc.


any guidance would be helpful. I am in the process of having my 52" xbr4 replaced( got a 3 yr warranty,thank god) so this leaves me with 3499$ limit. i would like to have screen included also( first need to see how big of a screen i can go).


Basic viewing would be cable and sat along with sat-hd, and bluray


Let me hear it guys, and yes i`m using the search and will continue to.
 

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hello,


So i have just begun to start reading and looking at those large screens (way bigger than what u can get with lcd), they seems to be really amazing.


Just i don`t know anything yet, pros cons, certain problems with the tech itself, what type of screen, etc.


any guidance would be helpful. I am in the process of having my 52" xbr4 replaced( got a 3 yr warranty,thank god) so this leaves me with 3499$ limit. i would like to have screen included also( first need to see how big of a screen i can go).


Basic viewing would be cable and sat along with sat-hd, and bluray


Let me hear it guys, and yes i`m using the search and will continue to.

Get one of those reconditioned JVCs Jason has going for sale right now.


Before that sale, I picked up a (practially new) used JVC RS2 clone for under $3K and it blows any plasma or LCD away... and is even more detailed... and 100"


The only catch with front projection is needed to watch in a darkened room. Consider that really meaning no lights on... leaving consider the "just one light on so I can read" request meaning you'll get a washed out picture unless that light is only directed at the magazine and no ambient light hits the screen.


I say this because a lot of PJ newbies haven't really thought about the "dark room" thing too much with the projector. A PJ works great for a room you can make dark, but won't work for a den that's connected to the kitchen where someone wants to have the lights on and cook while you're trying to watch a movie.
 
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