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Postby Big Mack » Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:35 pm

josh95PW wrote:
What kind of big screen, size and DLP/LCD/Plasma/Projection or conventional CRT?


Go DLP!! :) Speaking of...if someone needs a hookup on one, lemme know via PM. Got me some good info on some big ones for hella cheap (no, not hot) :D

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Postby josh99ta » Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:41 pm

Bastard!!! I vote DLP too. It's the best value for what you get out there. I like LCD and DLP better than plasma and the others, but you get more for the money with DLP (size wise).

I just bought a 44" Toshiba DLP HD about three months back ($1500). Normally I think spending more than half that is a waste on a TV, but I'm VERY happy with my purchase. The DLP + surround sound and a comfy couch makes for a kick *** experience. I'd rather watch movies at home now rather than the theaters.
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Postby Big Mack » Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:51 pm

josh95PW wrote:Bastard!!! I vote DLP too. It's the best value for what you get out there. I like LCD and DLP better than plasma and the others, but you get more for the money with DLP (size wise).

I just bought a 44" Toshiba DLP HD about three months back ($1500). Normally I think spending more than half that is a waste on a TV, but I'm VERY happy with my purchase. The DLP + surround sound and a comfy couch makes for a kick *** experience. I'd rather watch movies at home now rather than the theaters.


Me no have hookup on Toecheeba. Got Panasonic, though :D

And this here is the one I be getting. Mmmmm...tasty.

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Postby josh99ta » Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:56 pm

How much if you dont mind me asking?

Mine is a 1080i 44" HD Ready DLP. It was the biggest I could fit in the space where the TV was to go in the living room, so I wouldn't have wanted any bigger, but I'm just curious. :)
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Postby Big Mack » Mon Dec 05, 2005 2:21 pm

josh95PW wrote:How much if you dont mind me asking?

Mine is a 1080i 44" HD Ready DLP. It was the biggest I could fit in the space where the TV was to go in the living room, so I wouldn't have wanted any bigger, but I'm just curious. :)


I don't mind...cuz I can kill you if I tell you Image

I'm getting about $800 off...so about $3800. Keep in mind, it's a 62", and it's 1080P with HDMI. If I wanted to go 1080i, I could have gone far cheaper, but I was more looking for future proof. This thing with my new HDMI upping receiver should make for a nice 7.2 theater Image

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Postby jmaxima » Mon Dec 05, 2005 2:38 pm

RADEoN wrote:Derek, it could be a sensor, but, in my case, there was a broken wire somewhere under the hood.

I wish you luck my friend.



Might also want to check the cable that is essentially a momentary pin switch on the E-brake. The one that in the "older" cars needed to be bypassed to get DVD to come on in the front of the car. That dang cable broke off of my E-brake handle several years ago. And my ECU sometimes gets confused.
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Postby NDGeist » Mon Dec 05, 2005 7:08 pm

ABS is for sissies... quit *****ing about the cold and come shovel my driveway!

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Postby elyk89 » Mon Dec 05, 2005 7:13 pm

before you go replacing sensors clean them first. dirt and crap gets built up on the sensor and the normal signal gets interrupted so the computer won't receive a signal from the sensor and will give you a dummy light. you'll find the wheel speed sensors by a groved ring around each axle or towards the rear of the driveshaft or any combination.. check your manual for the locations. a good spray of water should be all it needs. and a brake light isn't necessarily the e-brake on; could be a bad metering valve or any number of things.
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Postby Derek » Tue Dec 06, 2005 9:22 am

NDGeist wrote:ABS is for sissies... quit *****ing about the cold and come shovel my driveway!

/wave Ewit!!



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Postby NDGeist » Tue Dec 06, 2005 9:49 am

Wonder what ever happened to that kid? I bet he's in prison somewhere...
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