Do you have an HDTV?

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Well, My family has one in the living room 37" Sony, but mine in my room is not, Isnt even flat screen
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Just a normal 27"
 

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No HDTV for me. I use a 44" CRT flat screen rear projection TV. The picture is brill.

I won't upgrade anytime soon.
 

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I recently got a 40" Samsung LCD 1080p for the living room along with an up-convert DVD player. Love it so far. I just can't wait until my cable provider upgrades their "HD" offerings to a better resolution. I would recommend Samsung to others, btw, for their excellent price to quality ratio. I'm very impressed with it compared to my brother's Sony 40" HDTV.

It's funny, I really don't want to watch anything in SD anymore. I find myself watching less TV that I used to because of the channels I can't get in HD yet.
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We have a 52" Sony projection and a 52" Samsung DLP

EDIT: Also, I have a 17" LCD Sharp, but its broken and I've never really used it that much

All three are HDTVs
 

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No HDTV. I've still got a rounded-screen picture tube TV!
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We got it in 1988 (for my birth). It's a 34 inch Mitsubuishi in an old-school wood casing with wheels. Works perfectly and has an excellent picture for non-HD along with great speakers. We had to have it repaired only once a few years ago. The power button had a short and it would power off randomly. We can't afford a new TV, so I hope it doesn't break. Incredible TV now 20 years old!
 

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Well all of my monitors can display HD picture but I am in the looks for a 42 inch tv for the living room and 32 for the bedroom.


Myke how do you like it because I was looking at one from vizio which was also a 42" 1080p lcd tv.

Was also looking at a 32 inch version too.
 

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In my bedroom I have a 40" 720p samsung LCD tv that I got a couple of years back. Also I have a full HD projector setup with a 100" screen and surround, which is also in my bedroom. They are the only HD displays in the house (excluding numerous monitors of course) In the living room I have a 32" Hitachi crt tv which I dont have the heart to get rid of as back in the day it cost a fortune to buy (it still has a nice picture and awesome sound though). When the Hitachi dies I will probably get a nice big 50"-60" plasma or LCD for the living room.

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54" or 52" sharp lcd (1080p). Bought it recently to replace my 52" sony rear projection (1080i). HD is kinda overrated, brightness is far more important. I have a 32" standard def RCA in my nephews room that looked 10x better than the Sony, due to brightness levels.
 

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No I don't have a HDTV, but then again I don't have a TV at all so that settles it. All I've got to rely on is my new 22" monitor which happens to be a really good purchase.
 

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