Would you rather own a 58" HDTV or a projector that from 7 feet away projects a 92" screen?
We bought a projector for half the price of a new HDTV. Had to do a little work to paint a HD screen on the wall, but other than that the thing is wonderful! Just wondering why more people don't do this, or what opinions are?
Yes , I just might , The way you put it sounds like a great idea to look into , thanks!
Many people prefer buying latest technology, I on the other hand always have a thing for classic stuff. So, yeah! I would definitely buy the projector instead.
These pages might help you out. They list some of the advantages and disadvantages of both display systems.
http://hometheater.about.com/od/homethe … icfaq5.htm
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 637AAUY9Go
http://www.hometheaterforum.com/forum/t … or-vs-hdtv
I would rather own both . Honestly, a projector is ideal for a home theatre but in the long run may not be for every day television viewing as the bulbs will die in about 18 months to a 2 years. IT really boils down to how you will be using it. Those projector bulbs are not necessarily cheap.
We used projectors at the plant where I used to work. The bulbs went out frequently and were on the expensive side. If you watch a great deal of TV, I suggest the HDTV 58". You will not have the extra large screen like you would with a projector, but the cost will be more cost effective...
I also recommend getting the warrantee that is offered. This way, you spend your money up front and have no worries....just pleasure from the purchase.
58" HDTV-Plasma. Plasma TV's have a much better black than the others and if you know anything about color pictures you know that a good black makes the rest of the colors POP!! Peace!!
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