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Newbie DLP question

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by neilmcl, Feb 15, 2005.

  1. neilmcl

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    I've been looking to buy a new TV and haven't even considered a DLP until now. One of the things that's previously turned me off against traditional rear projection TVs apart from the bulk is the fact that any bright external light source usually makes these sets virtually unwatchable.

    Not wanting to spend the rest of my TV viewing days hidden away in a darkened room I'd like to know if these DLP sets suffer from the same affliction or can I still get a good picture with curtains/blinds open?

    BTW what is the general consesus: PD50 or Axium HD-D45?
     
  2. dalespitfire

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    I'd like to know if these DLP sets suffer from the same affliction

    No they don't

    BTW what is the general consesus: PD50 or Axium HD-D45?

    46WM48
     
  3. DLPhopefull

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    They do not suffer

    Samsung SP50L7HX
     
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    A Dlp rear projection set has a very bright screen in a north facing room (winter) you can watch with the blinds wide open. I find they are better than the CRT sets as they don't suffer from reflections. As to which is better RD50 or Sagem 45" read the thread's to make sure you understand any problems they have & go demo them.
     

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