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  1. nathan_393
    02-06-2012 03:58 AM
    That's fantastic! Congratulations again! It's looking pretty solid in there; I bet you're enjoying your collection like never before!
  2. nathan_393
    02-02-2012 01:09 AM
    I was actually just thinking about this and whether or not you'd be getting one yesterday!
    Congratulations; a 40" is very respectable

    Enjoy spending lots of time with your new TV!
  3. nathan_393
    11-28-2011 01:45 PM
    Good - hope you can swing it man.
  4. nathan_393
    11-25-2011 04:27 PM
    Dude, that sucks. Sorry to hear that! Better luck next time, eh?
  5. nathan_393
    11-17-2011 12:21 AM
    Just keep saving! $1000 will probably be the high point for a TV like that so close to Christmas, in my experience (and I used to work at an electronics store, so I do have some!). I can't see you having much of a problem.
  6. nathan_393
    11-16-2011 11:48 PM
    Oh! I like Samsung - congratulations on your future purchase, my friend. That looks like a fine television. 46" is a great size too; it's what I have in my living room. I'd like a projector one day, but that's a distant dream.
  7. nathan_393
    11-16-2011 07:27 PM
    Hey man - been a while!

    I just thought I'd ask if you were able to calibrate your ASUS monitor to your current needs or if you've sprung for a full-fledged big screen TV yet? Just curious.

  8. nathan_393
    03-27-2011 02:49 AM
    Good question - I used a Ben-Q until today, ironically enough. It really depends on your monitors settings. If you have adjustable brightness, contrast, and/or backlight settings, your off to a decent start.

    A word of warning though: I have pretty much destroyed my monitor by using it as a television (they simply aren't meant for those things, imho). If you ever get the opportunity, a TV is a wise and solid investment. For the time being, the monitor is probably a safe bet.

    Also, monitors are usually ultra-bright. They may require you to fiddle with the settings on your Blu-ray player to reflect the screen's additional brightness and darkness. If you have any specific questions related to settings, let me know and I'll see what I can do.

    I use a PS3 for Blu-rays, so if you're using one of them, I can also provide assistance with that if you have any pertinent questions.
  9. nathan_393
    03-27-2011 02:33 AM
    Hey there,

    That there should get ya covered! Be sure to read through the instructions online. Overall, I find the disc an indispensable resource for calibrating everything from computer monitors to plasmas to big LCD's, so hopefully it'll help you out with your situation.



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