Feb 17, 2011
Sony bravia 42" in me bed room.
I always drak police cars to the speed limit.
But one of the joys of having a underpowered diesel is that I got no chance of blowing a drive shaft.
Paul, send your grill to me and I'll plasti dip it for you mate.
I'll then take 6 months to post it back to you. :thumbsup:
I do like the Skoda, my mate owns mk1 VRS with less than 40k on it, its a right stunner.
Another mate got the TDI octy estate and its lovely. They do have some nice little touches.
The umbrella holder in the rear parcel shelf and flat boot storage is really good.
Here my TV.
My wisdom teeth are out and look at my face!!
I've only got a 32" tele.
I'm open to donations if anyone is upgrading.
but you don't have a telly licence scott! you will go to jail!
I can have a tele I just can't watch TV on it.
I can watch the internet and DVDs.
scott you look like a hamster haha
haha all your telly's are inferior, well chez and scott's are
it is a whole 2 inches smaller than your bravia, my bravia!
but mine and scott's are in OUR living rooms, mammy's boy!
I got a projector as well which is bigger than your TV.
You can watch any catch program but you can't watch any show at the time of broadcast.
I looked in to this and I phone to the TV people before I cancelled it.
You beat me to it - LOL
OK so now I need to take pictures of my TVs - you'll see them in about 6 months time when I get round to it - LOL
A Stage II conversion would make a nice stealthy car - well as stealthy as a Race Blue vRS can be
I need to change our main TV soon, still running our 7 year old 42" HD Ready Panasonic Plasma, Mrs has given approval for a slim frame 50" in the Den (which boasts a full blown 7.1 surround install). Also have a 32" LCD in the Bedroom, 37" LED in the garden room and 26" LCD in the guest bedroom (all Samsung). Kids have already bagged the 42 Plasma for gaming at their house when I upgrade.
Sarah thinks I look like Peter Griffin.
Scott - plastidip is probably the route I will go, a spare chrome frame from Skoda is £70 odd - any I've found at breakers go as a facelift upgrade pack so can't even go down that route.
I was toying with having it colour coded Race Blue which looks good - but would make it prone to stonechips.
Careful upgrade path, 26" was originally our Bedroom TV, we bought a 32" for the Garden Room - which looked too small - got a deal on a 37" LED so 37" to Garden Room 32" to Bedroom and 26" to guest bedroom - simples.
No pic but my Samsung 46" looks so small compared you you big boys.
I'm back in Reading for another 3 day training course so time to eat and drink like a king and get a lot of sleep
we got a 40 inch Samsung LED smart tv 6 months ago. its the dogs danglies
Same as mine but mines a bit bigger.... like my wang. 3D and all that jazz!
looking at telly's now! i want a 70 inch telly!
only joking, but i do fancy a 50inch smart tv!
and why do people leave the stickers down the front of there telly's? looks daft! debadge it FTW
What's the course then ?
Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager: Migration and Application Management.
Just roles off the tongue lol
I don't understand that.
Lazy or just wanting to show off what their TV can do?
This is the future.
remember when you go bigger, picture quality gets worse. 1080 pixels get bigger
I wish I kept the 1080 projector.
What about Wang quality?
scott, were do you have your projector then? on the ceiling?
i do like projectors but would have lots of wires kicking about, not good when there is a 3 year old and a nuts springer spaniel running around! lol
Hang it from the ceiling and run all the wires between ceiling and floor panels. Real professional looking but you'll need your ceiling re plastering and you can't move it easily.
Mine sits on a chair when I want to use.
Only loads of wires if you fk up the install.
Mount it in the ceiling and run the cables in the ceiling, down in the wall and into the tele. Done.
Poke it through a hole into the room above.
No need to attack your plaster then.
It's a bit flimsy just mounting a projector to plaster board so you'd want a half decent mount. Suppose it could still be done neatly.
i do not have floor boards! lol our house is concrete! (bomb proof 70's design lol) so would have to be chased into the walls and plastered!
YOu mount on the beams.
I thought you meant cutting the plaster out to run the cables.
Chez, lovely mate.
Can't beat the old solid houses.
None of this wood and plaster ****e!!
You can only mount to the beams if they're where you want the projector otherwise it might not be in the right place!
ha ha! tell that to the central heating fitter that destroyed 2 drills trying to run copper pipes through an 18inch reinforced concrete section!
can you not get an adjustable bracket for a projector?
mount it centrally, then you can rotate it to any wall of your choice?
Out house is all plaster boards and wood.
I hate it.
I can drill a hole by holding a drill in my hand.
Main reason why nothing is on the wall.
yeah you can.
You can also get ones that lets you bring it up and down.
We have several different types in work.
Internal walls on our place are concrete blocks and plaster, great if you want to mount a heavy TV on the wall, but a pain when you need to cut a flush mount alarm panel in.
I tested the bracket for our plasma by hanging off of it and I was over 14 stone back then.
Luckily the wall where our Plasma is mounted is a cavity wall that is now an internal wall as the bungalow was extended by the previous owner, so although it was hard work to get a decent sized hole (due to the concrete blocks) I could easily hide all the cables in the cavity wall.
I WANT... I NEED!!!! a 3D projector....wow
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****ing hell you're getting fred onto DIY now. **** sake
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