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  1. extremenanopowe

    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    ld, lcd or plasma? Least power snd best buy model for you to recommend? Am looking at 40-42" model.
    Thanks. ;)
     
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    Def not Plasma, def go LED then go get a samsung :p that bout narrows it down!
     
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    lg seems to be cheapest now for led $1600sgd. Any one shopping around and checking for me?
     
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    mmm LG? do they offer 0 dead pixel warranty? I think they do.. the reason I chose samsung is cause afaik their screens are really the best (or at least one of the best) out there. And they have 0 dead pixel warranty.
     
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    cool man. Whats zero dead?

    Anyone uses cool shades? Rayban or police? Brand recommendation? Am looking at rayban polarised $250sgd. Ur comment pls.
     
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    Sharp LEDs are the best, one even comes with a bluray player.Sharp products also have better QC.

    Plasma images no better than crts.
     
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    any dvd recorder with harddisk recommendation? Shopping mood now. Tks
     
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    Why buy a dvd recorder? It cant capture HD anyway unless its a blu-ray recorder.

    Better to buy an external PC capture device and store the stuff on an external hard drive and much later burn them to

    a bluray disc. If you think you can convert the Hd and burn them to normal DVD you're in for a shock, a normal dvd can

    only store half hour of HD footage, then again after tedious conversion.
     
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    WOW, u hit jackpot is it? WHy suddenly wanna buy Plasma LCD tv?:D LOL.. send it over to my house, joe
     
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    i just want to record them in std format like avi or mpeg, then put to youtube. Eg badminton matches or george's games. Keke.

    Can record directly to external hd?
     
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    if the purpose is youtube, all you have to do is buy an external TV/capture card (200rm) use the composte tv outlet and composite cables.plug it via USB to your computer, use windows movie maker, capture it in WMV or MP4 to Hard disk,
    then upload the file to youtube after splitting them into 10 minute chunks. It is the shortest route I know.
    Some uploaders use AVCHD instead of WMV or FLV i think because AVCHD has the highest compression.
     
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    Talking about the drastic technological advancement in the world of tv reminds me of my grandmother. I promise to buy her a new color tv to replace her old, black & white cubiodal wodden shape tv many years back. Then one day, i bought her to a tv shop and ask her, which type of color tv that she wants....then she confidently said " i want a green color tv"............
     
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    haha... I've decided on the latest slim LED sharp 40 extra yellow version at 1900sgd. got a 160gb LG dvd recorder 380sgd and a rayband polarized 240sgd. Case closed and relax.

    Who want my old 29" phillip HD TV and JBL home theater system? $100. Come and pick up. keke. ;)
     
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    The funny thing about HDTV is that no size is big enough. I suggest you forget about 40" to 42" size and go for at least 55" or better still 60".
    This is the size I am now looking. Anything smaller will only make me regret later and then wished I had bought a larger one.
    Go for the new Full HD LCD with Full LED plus local dimming or Edge LED with local dimming with 3D.
     
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    42 inches should be the norm these days. Panasonic Plasma or Sharp Aquos LCD is the best!
     
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    ..maybe you should ask Dato Asbullah abt his opinion:cool::
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?55983
    and another thread:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?51899

    As for AVCHD (.mts & .m2ts) format being uploaded straight to youtube, as is, the last time i know, youtube doesn't accept it. In other words, the format is out of range for youtube. But once converted to different formats, then yes, youtube accept them.
     
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    yeah...tks. I have to burn onto cd and convert it before uploading to youtube.

    selling my old rayban polarized original. Anyone keen? 100 sgd. quick. lol. ;)
     
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