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    #591
    Toshiba 55" Cinema Series HDTV-Ready REARProjection Color TV

    Last edited by kimpOy; July 6th, 2005 at 04:34 PM.

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    HT gurus, which do you think is better?

    Samsung 50" DLP Projection TV SP50L3


    or

    a 43" Toshiba LCD?

    same price sila parehong nasa 199k...sorry nalimutan ko model number nung toshiba LCD na nakita ko sa Automotic Center sa G4 kahapon eh he he...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chieffy
    HT gurus, which do you think is better?

    Samsung 50" DLP Projection TV SP50L3


    or

    a 43" Toshiba LCD?

    same price sila parehong nasa 199k...sorry nalimutan ko model number nung toshiba LCD na nakita ko sa Automotic Center sa G4 kahapon eh he he...
    Im assuming that the Toshiba is also a rear projection TV and not the flat panel type, same as the samsung DLP you have mentioned above, it will really depend on the lighting in your living room. For a living room with daylight, the toshiba LCD will be the 1 for you. But if you have a dedicated home theater, go for the DLP.
    With LCD-based RPTV's studies have shown some greyscale degradation over time, while for DLP's there are none. So even though the LCD-based RPTV's will look brighter than the DLP's when you do a side by side comparison, there is still a possibility of image degradation over a couple of years of usage, while DLP's even tho its not as bright at first will still retain the same brightness and sharpness no matter how long you use it.

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    199K?

    pare bagsak na presyo ng plasma, dun na lang ako, yung friend ko nakabili 50" panasonic plasma 250K...siguro yung yung 42" nasa 200K or less

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimpOy
    199K?

    pare bagsak na presyo ng plasma, dun na lang ako, yung friend ko nakabili 50" panasonic plasma 250K...siguro yung yung 42" nasa 200K or less
    sana maging less than 200K ang 50" plasma by december
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    thanks voltex_V at sir kimps for the tip...mukha ngang maganda presyo nung plasma kaya lang pagdating sa servicing/repair nito eh wala pa yatang makakagawa dito pati na rin sa lcd...baka yung DLP na lang ng samsung...at sana bumaba pa siya sa december para wala kaming pagtatalunan ni misis he he...

    yung palang UHP lamp ng Sony mukhang madaling palitan di tulad ng ibang projection tv...ano naman feedback nyo sa Sony ngayon?

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    walang anuman sir chieffy, its my pleasure actually. With regards naman doon sa sony lcd rear projection tv, tama kayo sir, madaling paltan yung lamp non, pero the reason why I didnt buy this brand is because I took the advise of 1 of our fellow tsikoteers. If you would read pages 47 and 48 of this thread, I was strongly advised by crazy_chiq to reconsider. My mind was already set on the sony but after having that info, I went back to the drawing boards.Thats why I ended up buying the panasonic DLP which is not bad by the way.
    With regards to Samsung naman, they are probably the experts on DLP since they are already selling their 4th or 5th generation DLP in the market. Yung model ng samsung na nabanggit nyo sir is probably a 2nd generation but Im not sure about it kasi wala akong makitang reviews niya on the web. DLP lamps are also very easy to replace btw and some say that it lasts longer than the LCD's, pero bias ako dito since DLP ang nabili ko. hehe.
    If you decide sir on what to buy just make sure na maganda ang aftermarket service nila. Good Luck.

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    ang haba kasi ng thread kaya di ko na nabasa yung sinabi cq...ty ulit...sirain pala yung sa Sony...sabi ng ahente kausap ko nasa 10k din daw replacement ng lamp...

    sa kwuarto hihingi rin ako ng tip, ano naman dapat mga materials dapat ilagay ko(ceiling, walls), positioning ng mga electrical outlet(types, ilan para sa HT), etc... etc....eto po yung plano...suggestion naman po sa tamang pwesto ng HT since part ng kwuartong iyan eh gagawing pong gym(o di advisable na samahan ng gym?)


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    Separate mo yun gym. On the HT room, plan your wirings. Maganda tago, or emebbed yun wirings sa wall or floor... nice to look at since its more neat. Or if you have the money, in wall speakers as well... then a motorized plasma tv coming out from the floor or a cabinet or from the roof

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    ako din project ko now magkasama yung gym sa HT room, para naman may ganang mag thread mill

    and problema ko tumatagos yung sound sa ibang mga rooms through the ceiling. dapat siguro lagyan ng sound proofing. ano ba maganda at madalaing ikabit na sound proofing?
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