Discussion in 'Panasonic TVs Forum' started by Razor, Jan 10, 2008.
Is it wall mountable or a ped version ?
I`m tempted to sell my house and buy one of these and live in the back of it.
It'll look great, as long as your viewing distance is about 800 feet.
The guy in the picture looks just like TG.
Well, we share the same hairstyle.
that is the PED version, very subtle logo as well
How can he stand so close to that bear? Isnt he afraid?
And does anyone know if I'll be able to fit this into my Focus?
It depends on how good your vision is, if your virtually blind then it could be a struggle to fit this into your focus.
Personally i would wait till the 200 inch version comes out as ive seen loads of people on here say that bigger is better, you could regret buying the smaller screen if you know what i mean.
How much power does it consume?
I'd rather get a projector but if I had the space and money I'd probably get one.
How would they deliver it?
Would they replace it if you had a dead pixel?
I wouldn't like to get screen-burn on it.
More to the point, how would anyone get it this 150 inch tv through a front door ?
I would love to see this display in action. Especially with a res of 8k which is four times the res of 1080.
marty2005 - I dont think the person who buys this display is going to care how much power it uses.
You would need to let the window cleaner into the house to clean that too.
What's the best way to upscale my blu-ray discs? I heard the upscaler on that set blows.
So when are these going on sale?
I'm still waiting for the Matsush*ta 103 inch TV which was announced in 2006 to come out. I haven't seen any in Dixons or PC World yet
I saw the Panny on sale in John Lewis' Oxford St. branch. £50k to you.
I've seen a few of these (103") some have been installed in homes! but a 65" and really good PJ leaves you with plenty change even after a really screen to go with the PJ
They might be surprised though, if it blows all their 13 amp fuses!
Could be a cooker socket job.
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