Hence the reason its going back....
And as to why can't we just carry it. Well, the stairs are just a tab
bit wider than the tv. So the person on the higher side has no place to
put his feet while walking down. Unless you actually carry the tv, its
hard to describe why its not as easy as it sounds.
And in response to 'how do you think moving companies move it?'. Well,
I don't know how they move it, that why I posted the Q on a group full
of intelligent people. If I knew how movers moved things like thisI
would have saved myself the keystrokes.
But again, the tv has left the building. I used the forearm straps and
it worked fine save a couple of small chips off the bottom corners.
Nothing super glue won't fix. Thanks.
I've seen some of the older big-screen TVs, and indeed they were fuzzy,
dim and/or lacking in contrast,, and suffered from a narrow viewing
angle -- and likely cost twice as much as a current model. But most of
the newer HD ones look wonderful.
But keep in mind that not all the stores that have HD TVs on display
have them displaying an HD picture. I asked once at a Circuit City store
why not and was told that if people buy an HD TV and take it home and
connected it to their regular non-HD satellite or cable box they'll come
back and complain that the picture doesn't look like it did on the one
in the store.
Perce (who so far has only a 26" TV -- but it is HD)
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