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Mr. Laz
05-05-2005, 10:49 AM
:clap:

http://images.bestbuy.com/BestBuy_US/images/products/6621/6621907_ra.jpg
LG 44" Widescreen HD-Ready DLP Rear-Projection TV
with DVI Input & 2-Tuner PIP - Black/Silver

$1,399

Model: RU-44SZ51D

This giant 44" TV thrills the senses and lets you do it all. View movies in their true cinematic form on the 16:9 widescreen display. Versatile split-screen options lets you watch 2 shows at once, or connect your PC and surf the net while watching your show.

HD-Ready: Fully capable of high-definition display when connected to an optional HDTV source (over-the-air, satellite or digital-cable set-top box). Conventional analog TV reception is provided via a built-in NTSC tuner.


Progressive scanning maximizes the picture quality of progressive-scan DVD players, set-top boxes and digital video recorders


DVI-HDCP input provides a direct digital-to-digital video hookup with compatible devices and supports copy-protected HD broadcast content


Product Features

44" widescreen with 16:9 theater aspect ratio for a cinematic viewing experience

720p upconversion dramatically improves picture quality

3D Y/C comb filter removes unwanted visual artifacts for enhanced image purity


2-tuner picture-in-picture, split screen and POP

High brightness (700 cd/mē) and deep contrast ratio (1000:1) for an incredible picture, even near windows and light sources

3-2 pulldown syncs film to video for smooth, theater-like pictures

Super-fine .098mm dot-pitch screen improves picture detail

PC input lets you connect your computer to the monitor and surf the Web while watching TV

2-way speakers (12W x 2) and Virtual Dolby Surround sound work in concert to provide rich audio

V-Chip parental control allows you to lock out content that is not suitable for children

Inputs: 1 rear DVI-HDCP, 2 rear component A/V, 3 composite A/V (1 front, 2 rear), 2 S-video (1 front, 1 rear) , 1 rear VGA/SVGA, 1 RF antenna

Outputs: 1 A/V, variable audio

ENERGY STAR compliance saves money and natural resources
Universal remote included

Product Details:
Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year
Warranty Terms - Labour 1 year
Product Height 30-1/8"
Product Width 41-3/4"
Product Weight 79.3 lbs.
Product Length 14-1/4"
Screen Size 44"
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Display Type Rear-projection DLP
Digitally Compatible Yes
Horizontal Resolution 1280 lines
Digital Capabilities HD-ready
Vertical Scanning Lines (Native Mode) 720p
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Brightness 700 cd/mē
Digital Convergence Yes
Picture-In-Picture Yes (2-tuner)
S-Video Inputs 2 (1 front, 1 rear)
Component Video Inputs 2 rear
Composite Input 3 (1 front, 2 rear)
RGB Input Yes
VGA/SVGA Inputs 1 rear
Front A/V Inputs Yes
A/V Outputs 1
Audio Outputs Yes
Watts/Channel 12
Speakers 4
RF Antenna Input 1
Sound Leveler Yes
Simulated Surround Yes
Language Options English/French/Spanish
V-Chip Yes
Sleep/Alarm Timer Yes
Channel Labeling Yes
Commercial Skip Function No
Remote Control Type Universal

Phobia
05-05-2005, 11:13 AM
You get your floors fixed?

Dartgod
05-05-2005, 11:45 AM
You're going to love the DLP projection. We got a Panasonic 50" recently and it gets a great picture, especially in HDTV.

http://www2.panasonic.com/static//LargerPhoto/PT-50DL54_Rev.jpg

Mr. Laz
05-05-2005, 12:12 PM
You get your floors fixed?
Ya, finally

had another guy come in and check floor, he said it was screwed up.

so we had floor completely redone by other guy and withheld the cost of redo from final payment to original contractor.


he was not happy

Fat Elvis
05-05-2005, 04:02 PM
Lemme know how it handles standard def tv. We have hi -def, and I know the pic would look great on that, but there are a few shows in standard def that we like to watch.

Mr. Laz
05-05-2005, 04:50 PM
Lemme know how it handles standard def tv. We have hi -def, and I know the pic would look great on that, but there are a few shows in standard def that we like to watch.
well ... pretty happy with it so far

the colors are just outstanding ... vibrate,full,sharp

we have cable and it handles standard def channel thru a cable coax really well. It doesn't handle stand def channel thru the cable box nearly as well :hmmm: so i think that is more a problem with the stinkin cable box though :mad: .

it has some pretty cool features ... has a ratio button on the remote so that you can easily switch between 16:9,4:3,Horizon,Zoom1,Zoom2.

also has a PIP surf mode where you have a full 4:3 picture on the left with 3 pip boxes on the right that automatically scan through all the channels.

sound is pretty decent for regular television speakers ... a ton better than the panasonic we had.

also pretty small footprint considering it's DLP ... only 14" deep, 80lbs the front face only has about 1" border around the picture. So they made it pretty much as small as a 44" tv can be


the television does take awhile to turn on though ... you push the on button and it takes several seconds to "power up"


i'm pretty picky about things and it gets a :thumb: up so far.

Cochise
05-05-2005, 05:10 PM
Damn that is a pimp set.

Coach
05-05-2005, 05:11 PM
$1,000+ dollars?