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    My son just bought a new 32" flat srceen TV and some how hooked into his laptop... TBN is great when viewing on a wall hanging flat screen...

    mark
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    Elite Member Ductape's Avatar
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    If you think that looks good........ wait till you buy your new 50" TV !

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    I just bought a Dell 24 inch all in one wire-less computer. It's plasma screen does wonders with pictures but yours sounds even better. Have you played with Google Earth yet?
    HAVE FUN

    Life is easier when you plow around the stumps.


    2720

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    We use a 22" LCD monitor. It's great. And, through the WiFi on the Wii, we've hooked it up to the 50" Vizio.


    Kyle

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    Heck... I might get him to hook me up to my old 60" sony in the basement but I would not get to watch Law & Order every afternoon!

    mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmboy12 View Post
    We use a 22" LCD monitor. It's great. And, through the WiFi on the Wii, we've hooked it up to the 50" Vizio.


    Kyle
    And to think I'm still on a 21" CRT... and used to use a 14".. guess I gotta move into the 21'st century one of these days!

    soundguy

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    "TBN is great when viewing on a wall hanging flat screen...
    mark"

    Interesting.
    Yet another form of becoming addicted to TBN.

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    I started with a 13" RCA color TV for a monitor with a 32k Radio Shack color computer, then went to a 15" CRT computer monitor, then a 17" CRT monitor, and now a 19" Flat panel LCD monitor, and I think it's time for this arms race to quit.
    Bird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird View Post
    I started with a 13" RCA color TV for a monitor with a 32k Radio Shack color computer, then went to a 15" CRT computer monitor, then a 17" CRT monitor, and now a 19" Flat panel LCD monitor, and I think it's time for this arms race to quit.
    Aw c'mon Bird, go spend some of your big retirement money and help the economy.
    Jim


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    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    Aw c'mon Bird, go spend some of your big retirement money and help the economy.
    Good Evenin Jim,
    Good one ! Darn pensioners !

    Anyway Mark,
    I have a 32" Visio up at my Vt home and absolutely love it ! When we have the money we are going to upgrade the Ct tv with another 32" or larger..... these big screens are catchy !
    scotty

    ,,,course,,it is gas,and gas is,,well,gas,,so,,but it kills the @#$$ oughta them yellow jackets,,,thingy

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