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DLP viewing angle

Discussion in 'TVs' started by fredco, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. fredco

    fredco
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    Hi,
    I have been looking at getting a plasma up until now, but there seems to be so much talk about picture quality and feeds etc. that it's enough to put you off spending the money.
    Have just rediscovered the RPTV and would like to know how you chaps find :-
    a) the brightness in daylight and
    b) the vertical viewing angle.
    I know on the old sets you had to be at the right height to see a good picture and wondered if this was still the case.
    Looking at the Sagem 45 or the Tosh 46
    Thanks for any info
    Fred
     
  2. schnipps

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    Read around this forum m8 this question has been asked loads of times. Dlp are very very bright so no problem in daylight and vertically they drop of brightness a bit but unless you plan watching the tv standing up i wouldnt worry.
     

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