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You should check out this link http://www.frys.com/product/6818086#detailed. There are many details about the Sony Proforma 650AC product, some of them were very helpfull to me, and I'm sure that you can find some explenations on how to put it together.
all depends of your needs. I own a projector and I've decided to purchase it
because I wanted a very large picture. I've looked up for lcd TV's in the
picture size I wanted and the prices were sky-high. If you're looking for a
normal sized (up to 50 inches) I recommend an lcd TV, it will cost you
significantly less money than a projector, but if you want bigger size I
suggest you to get a projector.
voice coil subwoofer has two separate voice coils, offering more flexibility in
system wiring than a standard sub. The DVC sub can be wired in three different
configurations: parallel, series, or independent. This way, you can wire the
subwoofer according to your system design and preferences.
Because today a flat screen high definition TV
is almost as common as cell phones, the prices are very low considering a two
of years ago. You can find a pretty good TV with all the new features in no
more than 300 dollars for a standard size (32-40 inches), the price will raise
a bit if you're buying a bigger TV.
I can tell you that I'm using LG scarlet lcdTV(32 inches) and I'm very pleased, although it's not the best TV you can get. I suggest you to go with the Sony Bravia ledseries, I've read lots of review on this TV and I've watched a movie at myfriends' house and it's the real deal, it might cost a couple more hundreds butit worth it.
In general, for best image quality and bestexperience you need 32 inches TV for every three meters. For example if in yourliving room your distance from the screen is 6 meters the recommended foryou is 64 inches. I've attached a table with exact s and ranges for yourconvenience Screen Viewing distance range 26" 3.25 - 5.5 feet 32" 4.0 - 6.66 feet 37" 4.63 - 7.71 feet 40" 5.0 - 8.33 feet 42" 5.25 - 8.75 feet 46" 5.75 - 9.5 feet 50" 6.25 - 10.5 feet 52" 6.5 - 10.8 feet 55" 6.9 - 11.5 feet 58" 7.25 - 12 feet 65" 8.13 - 13.5 feet 70" 8.75 - 14.75 feet
Surround sound is the main reason peoplepurchase themselves media centers. . Dolby Digital isthe common surround sound standard. The DVD manufacturers encode each DVD with5.1 channels of discrete Dolby Digital audio, which your receiver then decodes.The format creates a rich audio soundstage that brings movie soundtracks tolife with crisp dialogue, realistic-sounding special effects, and deep bass.
Denon is considered to be the best manufacturer ofreceivers worldwide. I'm using a Denon receiver and I'm very satisfied with itsquality. It cost my much more money than the other receivers I've seen but itwas worth every penny, so if I were you I'll go with a Denon receiver
Your problem is most likely an incorrect video out setting. Examine how you are physically connected to your TV, set your TV to view that input. After your unit is powered up and the Welcome dissappears, hit the Video Out button on your remote until you see the display.