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 Best lighting for HDTV?

Answer The experts recommend a dim room and placing a light BEHIND the TV.For a 46" TV you should be about 9-10 feet away.You may also want to ckeck your eye sight!!
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Any suggestions on affordable lighting ideas for lighting a "green screen" for chroma keying?

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How many hours lighting is required for long and short day lighting?

The amount of lighting varies by plant type. However, a general rule would be more than 12 hours of darkness for short-day plants, less than 12 hours of darkness for long-day.while the above answer... Read More »
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Do I need to buy a HDTV tuner to get 1080p signals over the air on your un55c8000 HDTV -- I have a very good outside digital antenna?

1080p signals are not currently being broadcast on any major network at present. Broadcasters are currently using either 1080i or 720p. 1080p demands twice the bandwidth and it is expected to be so... Read More »
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Can you get HDTV over the air broadcast on a HDTV monitor with a standard TV antenna or do you need a converter?

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