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dlr5288
dlr5288
2/27/2018 12:25:55 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
Yeah Iím the same way! I hold on to things until they die, which isnít always the best, but..

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faryl
faryl
1/31/2018 10:17:38 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
Knock on wood, this TV has been really reliable. I have no plans to replace it until it completely dies. My vision isnít really good enough to warrant buying higher definition technology :)

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faryl
faryl
1/31/2018 10:11:04 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
I agree. She actually had to install extra blinds just to make it dark enough.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
1/31/2018 3:44:43 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
Thatís the only tough thing. People still have great TVs that work even if they are a few years old, but the mechanics to do other things are all outdated and many arenít sold anymore..

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/2/2018 2:47:37 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
Yah, I won't be switching to a projector TV until the tech gets MUCH better. Brightness, as you note, is a key challenge. (And also the reason why movie theaters are still super darkened rooms, too.) Perhaps when laser projectors get more affordable? 

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faryl
faryl
12/31/2017 8:51:57 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
My friend has her set-up like that. Itís great because it doesnít make the TV the central focus of her living room - I think it looks more inviting & ďhomeyĒ that way. (Although her projector isnít great, so the room has to be really dark to watch anything!!

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faryl
faryl
12/31/2017 8:48:41 PM
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Re: And replacement will take care of the rest
Iím with you. Iíve had the same TV for 6+ years (and had an old second-hand, non-flat screen one before that!) It has smart functionality, but I havenít connected it to my network because the technology is a bit outdated & I worry about malware...or even just a buggy update doing something to mess it up.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/13/2017 10:43:17 AM
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Re: Smart console wars
In the "Transformation journeY" we have all embrarked upon, there is no "end"--there is only progress and continued engagement.    The challenge is to sustain it for the betterment of all.  I am confident that what I have deemed the "FANGS" (Facebook; Apple' Netflix" Google/Alphabet: et. al) recognize it as we await the arrival of 2018.

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batye
batye
12/13/2017 2:26:07 AM
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Re: Smart console wars
@Shaunn it more like Apple universe but now Google vs Amazon trying to follow Apple and do the same... I hope at the end as consumers we end up with something better... 

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batye
batye
12/13/2017 2:24:32 AM
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Re: Smart console wars
@mhhf1ve I'm old school I prefer physical keyboard in my devices... but it could be just my way of life... :) 

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