> Samsung DLP. Two drawbacks: one is the bulb needs replacement every 4k hours
> or so of usage, the vbacksideo teh set is large by today's standards. But
> the contrast and overall picture is stunning when comperd with other tv's on
> the market today. Bulb replacement ($140.00-$160.00) is a half page "how-to "
> in the owner's manual.
> We like our 50 inche'r one new bulb in three years of 8 hours or so a day use.
> The DLP set use the least amount of energy, are known to have the brightest
> picture. We had to reduce the pic brightness level two day after purchase it
> was so intense.
> My family's luck on this, wish you the best on yours.
> 73, Gary...wa6fgi
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: K1TTT
> To: YCCC ; Rfi ; Nobarc ; Rlx
> Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 3:07 PM
> Subject: [RFI] hdtv recommendations
> Ok, all you experts. I NEED an hdtv now... but I need a bright one that
> won't wash out in my living room during the day if possible. Those of you
> who have been here and seen my regular crt based tv during the day can
> understand the problem. And of course it needs to be nice any quiet since
> its right in the middle of the antenna farm. Any suggestions?
> David Robbins K1TTT
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