Matt! Show us a Pic of your new TV!

Chris tells me you got a big one. Care to put up a snapshot and tell me which one it is =).

Posted by jeff on 1/20/04 at 7:41PM



It went something like this.

"C'mon, Matt! You know you want it!"
"Awww, c'mon!"
"Alright, what the hell. ...shit!"

Posted by kim on 1/20/04 at 9:07PM


(whiniest voice) But I wanna see it!

Posted by jeff on 1/22/04 at 7:40AM


Matt's MIA in... some distant state. ::mysterious::

We'll take a photo when we go check his mail, and post it for ya. Maybe we'll even ask him if that's okay. ;D

Posted by kim on 1/22/04 at 8:15PM

The plan...

Kim misunderstood. I said "Jeff wants to see a photo of Matt's TV. We should take it." She thought I meant "a photo". I meant "Matt's TV". So no, we won't ask him if it's okay. He'll be greedy and say no. "(selfish tone) It's MINE. I PAID for it." Psht. ;-)

Posted by bryce on 1/23/04 at 4:51AM

I still want to see it!

Could someone at least tell me the make/model number? Thanks.

Posted by jeff on 1/24/04 at 10:46AM

I have a photo

so Jeff, if you really want to see it, just show up for my birthday get-together this Friday.

Posted by jua on 1/24/04 at 8:32PM


50" Samsung DLP rear-projection widescreen HTDV:

my big tv :)
That's Bryce playing Project Gotham Racing 2 on the XBOX in its HD widescreen goodness.

Posted by matt on 1/25/04 at 8:09AM

Thanks Matt!

Very nice. Thanks for showing me. How much was it? (You can just e-mail me if you don't want to say).

Posted by jeff on 1/26/04 at 8:48AM

One million dollars


Posted by Dr. Evil on 1/26/04 at 8:58AM


Best buy link

$3999 retail.. mine was open box (guy returned it because his standard cable looked bad on it.. well, duh, standard cable blown to 50" is going to not look pretty..) so I had about $700 off.. then tack on the service plan and taxes (ick.)

Luckily, the only thing that ever needs replacing, ever, is the one bulb in the back for $200. No alignment needed, no burn in, excellent darks on the screen, nothing screwy going on.. only weird thing with DLP screens is that sometimes, if you move your head around erratically, you can see a rainbow in the corner of your eye if you are looking at a dark screen with a very bright white thing in the middle. Yep, that happens often.

Posted by matt on 1/27/04 at 5:44AM

The rainbow

It only happens when Matt makes you do it. "Move your head around erratically. You'll see a rainbow."

Posted by bryce on 1/27/04 at 8:43AM

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