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Recommendation on smaller LCD for tailgating

by cpbirddog / June 16, 2008 8:24 AM PDT

Can anyone recommend a LCD, probably between 19-30 inches, maybe on the smaller side. I need a TV for a spare bedroom and also want to take it for football tailgating.

I have two Panasonic plasmas, 42" and 50", but those are on the walls and not going anywhere. I'm looking for something that would be dependable and maybe swivel so I can take it on the road for games.

Thinking about using a slingbox this year not sure if anyone has recommendations for tailgating. Any suggestions would be great!

Thanks!
CP

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(NT) How are you going to power it?
by Coryphaeus / June 16, 2008 12:18 PM PDT
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How are you going to power it?
by cpbirddog / June 17, 2008 1:11 PM PDT

I have direct access to power outlets and at other times use a generator if neccessary, so should be good with power.

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2ND QUESTION..............
by Riverledge / June 16, 2008 3:13 PM PDT

IN ADDITION TO BEING ABLE TO POWER THE TV, HOW DO YOU EXPECT TO WATCH/VIEW

AN LCD SCREEN IN BROAD DAYLIGHT???

SOUNDS LIKE FUTILE IDEA. SONY MAKES 26" & 19" LCDs. GOOD LUCK.

BEST WISHES,

Riverledge.

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