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What is your gaming TV?

This is a discussion on What is your gaming TV? within the General PS3 Discussion forum, part of the Everything PlayStation; I have a 23ish" Samsung LED HDTV, my first flat screen. Hoping to trade my parents for a bigger one, ...

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    I have a 23ish" Samsung LED HDTV, my first flat screen. Hoping to trade my parents for a bigger one, once they get it. This is actually their's but they traded me my old 19" sony tubelike tv...since I actually need the quality for my ps3 and if and when I watch blu-rays. They still watch video tapes and non-cable super old tv shows...and still use DVDs. This 23ish" is even their first flat screen they've bought. I couldn't even read the words on the screen with my 19' when I played Bioshock 2 MP. So I'm happy with current tv but would love to get something a little bigger...maybe largest about 40"...same brand...Samsung, their tv's are awesome.

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    50 Inch 3D Flatscreen Panasonic Viera Plasma TV. Lounge room I have a 2 metre drop down projector screen but I wont game on that because I actually don't like projector screens even for normal viewing plus mine don't support 3D


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    28" Toshiba LCD...not the greatest, but it'll do

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    Took delivery of a brand new epsom projector last week and a screen size 234cm x 149cm, being installed properly on Thursday :-) excited is an understatement !!!

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    55" led lcd lg 240hz

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    I have a 42inch Toshiba 1080p Hd. Very nice tv for gaming.
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    I'm thinking 24in-ish. It's a tube TV. The picture is slightly tilted and very fuzzy. Newer games accommodating to the bigger TV change, leave me squinting my eyes.

    I have a newer TV but it's 20in. Can't win


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    I'm satisfied with my 32" Sylvania HDTV. And it didn't cause an arm and leg to get it.
    So...many...games...so...many......very...little...time.
    Ah the life of a gamer

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    16 INCH cheap arse tv that has served me well... I can't let it go

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