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ps3 for gaming Samsung 67 dlp rear projection or 52 lcd

by dss382 / September 10, 2008 9:54 AM PDT

Any clear cut conclusive information as to which provides the best possible gaming pictures as well as blu-ray and HD tv viewing. Primarily used for ps3 gaming 2nd for HD tv viewing. I have connected my ps3 to a 52" samsung lcd and got stunning graphics but a bit of maybe ghost images / sorta motion sickness. I have an older rear projection I usually play games on and graphics are fine but I was considering the 67" Samsung 7 series rear projection DLP (my older rear projection does not have HDMI or support 1080p only 1080i and it's a 57"). I know everybody has an opinion but are there any conclusive results overall which provides the best gaming graphics (new rear projection or new lcd's)?

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dlp
by jostenmeat / September 10, 2008 10:19 AM PDT

has very good motion. if you hear about RBE, IMO its pretty overstated to say the least. on a 200" front projection, ok maybe.

I believe they sell that at costco btw.

the main issue I have with those tv's is that the IR is smack in the middle. but now that I see how cheap RF remotes can be had for, I would do in that in such a case. if audio is important to you

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HL67A750
by tpmcmaho / September 13, 2008 1:47 AM PDT

i just pulled the trigger on HL67A750 67-Inch 1080p LED Powered DLP HDTV. 4 weeks till delivery so i would appreciate any info you can post regarding ps3 and this tv that you find.

thx

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I pulled the trigger as well
by dss382 / September 13, 2008 12:43 PM PDT
In reply to: HL67A750

However not on the DLP or the LCD. I went with the 58" Samsung Plasma. Just got it home a few hours ago.

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almost DLP'd it
by empire29 / September 14, 2008 1:32 AM PDT
In reply to: HL67A750

I almost pulled the trigger on the HL67A750 67-Inch 1080p LED Powered DLP HDTV a couple weeks back, on sale for a paltry $2000 (http://www.everythinghdtv.com/deals/610) .. I talked myself out of it and into waiting for the perfect deal on a 52" LCD 1080p @ 120Hz .. I think the Toshiba 52XV545U is the tv for me when its released this month..

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