Re: DLP Questions
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My son has a 63" DLP HDTV set and it looks quite good. As you know
from another thread I am looking into a much smaller set, say 32" or
37". My preferred viewing distance is 6 feet with another seat about
12 feet away at a 45 degree angle.
I didn't think there are any DLP's of a size this small. Smallest I
know of right now is 42" (Toshiba) and I think that is discontinued.
Samsung's smallest that I see available is 46" and the current
models start at 50"!
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