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  Reply # 1840588 7-Aug-2017 14:26
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I may have the model wrong, but weren't there around $9k new? Tempted but probably bit more than I'd want to spend. Interesting that you're happy with it vs OLED/Plasma. Switched a little while back to LCD and really missing my plasma!




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  Reply # 1840590 7-Aug-2017 14:29
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cshaun:

 

I may have the model wrong, but weren't there around $9k new? Tempted but probably bit more than I'd want to spend. Interesting that you're happy with it vs OLED/Plasma. Switched a little while back to LCD and really missing my plasma!

 

 

Think it was $11999 brand new. Yeah I was a Plasma boy and jumped around a few LCD screens after my Panny went tits up. As I said, this was the first TV that didn't have me longing for that Plasma. Fantastic TV. PM, we can talk price, maybe work something out.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1840602 7-Aug-2017 15:02
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Should mention, I am in Christchurch. Happy for people to view.


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  Reply # 1840743 7-Aug-2017 19:26
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cshaun:

 

I may have the model wrong, but weren't there around $9k new? Tempted but probably bit more than I'd want to spend. Interesting that you're happy with it vs OLED/Plasma. Switched a little while back to LCD and really missing my plasma!

 

 

I switched to Sony LCD after the Kaikoura earthquake killed my plasma, but 8 months in I couldn't cope with the poor black levels from the edge lighting. Just set up my new Panny EZ950 OLED tonight and finally I feel like I have something akin to my plasma. Early days, but maybe better, I think. Fired up a movie to test - inky black top and bottom bars - I'm back in my happy place.


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  Reply # 1840784 7-Aug-2017 20:30
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freitasm: The images are limited to 2MB because anything bigger would make pages slow to load. Also images are resized to a smaller version with both original and resized versions available for use.


I think he was asking if there was a way that whenever one uploads an image greater than 2MB, that it could automatically resize that image and not keep the original.

Also, any plans in future for multiple uploads at once?

Sorry for hijacking thread, perhaps I should open a new one for this in the feature requests.

And good luck with the sale OP.




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  Reply # 1840793 7-Aug-2017 20:49
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sonyxperiageek:
freitasm: The images are limited to 2MB because anything bigger would make pages slow to load. Also images are resized to a smaller version with both original and resized versions available for use.


I think he was asking if there was a way that whenever one uploads an image greater than 2MB, that it could automatically resize that image and not keep the original.

 

 

I know. I explained how it is, to be clear. Enough hijacking.







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  Reply # 1840894 8-Aug-2017 08:45
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dafman:

 

cshaun:

 

I may have the model wrong, but weren't there around $9k new? Tempted but probably bit more than I'd want to spend. Interesting that you're happy with it vs OLED/Plasma. Switched a little while back to LCD and really missing my plasma!

 

 

I switched to Sony LCD after the Kaikoura earthquake killed my plasma, but 8 months in I couldn't cope with the poor black levels from the edge lighting. Just set up my new Panny EZ950 OLED tonight and finally I feel like I have something akin to my plasma. Early days, but maybe better, I think. Fired up a movie to test - inky black top and bottom bars - I'm back in my happy place.

 

 

 

 

Not an issue with top end LCD models, especially those with FALD. Inky blacks, no clouding, no light grey look to the blacks. 


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