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Choosing a video display [message #85794] Sun, 06 August 2017 00:28 Go to next message
cwemoy  is currently offline cwemoy
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Do you agree that you may have an excellent home theater system but have a display that's way too big for it? A picture that's too big doesn't always look good, so I'd like to know the rule of the thumb when choosing the display?
Re: Choosing a video display [message #85828 is a reply to message #85794 ] Wed, 09 August 2017 19:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Madison  is currently offline Madison
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Yes, I agree wholeheartedly. Sometimes it actually hurts my eyes and gives me a headache. There's really no need for all of that. Save it for the movie theater as a treat.
Re: Choosing a video display [message #85866 is a reply to message #85794 ] Tue, 15 August 2017 13:29 Go to previous message
moss24  is currently offline moss24
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Well, I can't think of a general rule of the thumb but I believe that the size of the room plays a part. Don't go for a display that's too big or too small for the room.
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