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Old 01-16-2009, 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Maxx_75 View Post
Just for fun I was looking at the Sony 70" LCD and it uses 700 watts !
Wow....that's as much as a small air conditioner...just wow.

I just checked Google and it appears my Samsung LED DLP pulls around 150-200 watts. I'm really surprised these displays pull so much.
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My power bill doubled in the mouth of christmas since i was using my plasma all month long.
Old 04-27-2009, 01:57 PM
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last time i checked crutchfield now only has 1 samsung dlp left, the 72" samsung 650 series......for only $2,100. How much is a 72" lcd tv? well they only carry the sony xbr7 that costs 20 grand. No thanks.....i'll stick to my 56" 1080p samsung dlp which i love.

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