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What's the next TV tech?

by Alex Ciba / March 27, 2006 5:10 PM PST

I've been looking at the current line up of TVs and want to wait for TVs to support 1080p, but when is that gonna' be? I thought I heard something about SED or some TV tech that is coming out next year.

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theres always new stuff comming out
by masterying01 / March 27, 2006 9:09 PM PST

led dlp rear projections, flat panel crt's, 100inch plasma's, 65inch lcd's, 1080p dlp's with actual 1920x1080 mirrors instead of wobulation, lcos, blah blah blah, yadi yadi yada.

first generation HD DVD's will not support 1080p, it will only support 1080i/720p. blue-ray will do 1080p you will not see a difference between 1080p or 1080i signals on a 1080p tv right now cause these tv's only upscale the picture to 1080p (unless you use firewire...but who actually does that in real life situations). tv broadcasts will not be 1080p for a VERY VERY long time.

you will spend your life savings trying to keep up with technology. most likely, there are at least 3 different tv's out there that will do everything that u are looking for. go head and get it.....and most likely you will be very happy. dont get fooled by the number game. 10,000:1 contrast or 1080p doesnt always mean the tv is better.

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by stewart norrie / March 28, 2006 5:46 AM PST

Ha Ha Any technology out there will give you a movie quality picture and I think hi-def is the hottest thing since the light bulb. Also I believe if you compaired these l.c.d. i.l.a,d.l.p and plasma sets side by side, perfectily set up witha super quality vidio signal I dont think you would see any difference have a nice day stewart

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Stew, they already have moving couches
by Dan Filice / March 28, 2006 6:24 AM PST

I saw home theatre sofas with recliners that have vibrating mechanisims in them that respond to the audio signal being fed to the subwoofer. I also saw (at Target I think) a fun rocking recliner that is geared toward the video gamer that has stereo built into the head area and it also vibrates with the audio signals. It would be fun to do something like this.

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by stewart norrie / March 29, 2006 6:30 AM PST

I read an ad in one of those home theater magazines , It used motors to move the couck and was hooked up to your d.v.d. player. Well you would buy incoded movies from them that would move your couch around, also I love to go to Las vagas to go on the virtiul reality rides stewart

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by BONSPEED / March 28, 2006 9:47 AM PST

toshiba and canon has once again delayed sed tv production until 2007, hoping to hit the market for the 2008 olympics. despite reports of sed tvs' impressive capabilties' (refresh rates of 1 millasecond / 100,000 to 1 contrast ratio), flat panel prices has dropped faster then expected making it more diffcult to keep sed tvs cost down to compete. Sad

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