Do they do smaller DLP's i.e. 37" or Less?

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  1. darkan9el

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    Hi all :hiya: I was pondering the great mysteries of life, like; if scratching is so bad why does if feel so good.

    Then juxtaposed to this thought another popped in; I wonder if they do smaller DLP's, the reason is a 46" TV in my lounge would be massive, I have the bog standard 12' x 12' room so as u you can see I think it would look a bit silly.

    other than that I think I'd have to go for the philips LCD 32PF9986

    best regards Lee
     
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    Not to my knowledge. Trust me when I say this, at first the screen will look big and out of place, but after a while you will wish it was a just few inches bigger. LG do a 44' set although I havent seen it action.

    Good luck
     
  3. darkan9el

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    Cheers razor, :smashin: I'd love a DLP but one has to compromise and I don't just have myself to consider, I have the housekeeper too lol! I just decorated and have a rather large 4 seater sofa coming in about 4 weeks so that will take up one wall lol! so I'm rapidly running out of walls to put anything substantial on.

    If it were just me I'd be having a 62" and a hidef Xbox and then the lads night in would be complete lol! oh! and don't forget the stella... :beer:
     
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    LOL. I have the RD65 and an xbox.

    Burnout is a great laugh on a big screen, with a few mates. Shame your not going for the DLP.
     
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    Go front projection and a pulldown screen. That way you can have huge images when you want them, and a tiny grey box screwed to the ceiling (only) when you don't.
     
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    Little advantage in having a smaller DLP screen, nothing to gain over lcd or plasma. DLP is essentially a large screen format because of its sheer clarity.
     

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