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Sharps amazing image quality.

Pezerinno

Active Member
This is a completely pointless post but I am astounded by the image quality I am getting from my Sharp 26GA4E I have in my bedroom. I'm watching 'We were soldiers' DVD on the Denon 1910 DVD player connected via profigold DVI-D cable and it is amazing. Being a poor student I'm not used to any expensive home theatre equipment but I'm suprised if it could get any better than this. After tweaking the settings playback is simply lustful. Also due to the size of my bedroom (student halls of residence :rolleyes: ) I get the cinematic experience from only 26" screen size and budget-ish speakers.

Anyway a big thanks to everyone who helped me make my decision (Jimsan etc). Now back to the film :)

Nick.
 

jimsan

Active Member
A good LCD, with a good source is a thing of great beauty.

I watched Final Destination 2 on Sunday on the 9986 via Progressive Scan 576p with my wee Denon DHT500 Home Cinema doing its thing, and Man, was it good! Breathtaking crash sequence at the beginning with amazing surround effects...I was ducking for cover. A truly fantastic Cinematic Experience.

My word, these things are good.

Jimmy
 
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hoyin

Guest
Gawd ... this is off topic but I can't believe that a student living in a halls of residence can afford an LCD TV ...

I am working and I had to think about it and save up for ages before I finally got one!

I thought students were poor?

:thumbsdow

and spent all their money on :beer:

obviously I was wrong! .. but anyway .. enjoy!
 
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AgentPingu

Guest
Blingin tax dodgers, i want an LCD!!!

Make the most of it Nick, for those who can't afford one. :)
 

eddie_talbot

Active Member
Nick25 said:
Being a poor student I'm not used to any expensive home theatre equipment but I'm suprised if it could get any better than this. After tweaking the settings playback is simply lustful. Also due to the size of my bedroom (student halls of residence :rolleyes: )

Lucky you, all I had during University was my trusty Bush 14" portable that I remember watching loads of episodes of Babylon 5 on.

And this was before DVD as well.
 

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