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G'day all,

Well my wife and I are embarking on building a new sustainable designed house which will use totally off grid power supply. As such, we would like to have appliances that use as little power as possible. I have the most important aspect (the stereo gear) sorted however a new tv is on the cards.

Now the obvious is a tv that has some form of LED integration.

So far the options seem to be

The Sharp Aquos 46" LED

Samsung Series 6 46" LED

Sony NX700 46" (don't know if this is out or not)

Any comments on these or other recommendations?

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So I presume you are looking at Solar PV for power supply? That's a fair few panels required and some expense.

How are you going to watch TV at night?

G'day,

It is an off grid system, which means that there is battery back-up. Panels charge batteries during the day, and batteries are used at night.

Cheers

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G'day,

It is an off grid system, which means that there is battery back-up. Panels charge batteries during the day, and batteries are used at night.

Cheers

Impressive. Do you have a building blog? Would be interesting to see a house like this

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G'day all,

Well my wife and I are embarking on building a new sustainable designed house which will use totally off grid power supply. As such, we would like to have appliances that use as little power as possible. I have the most important aspect (the stereo gear) sorted however a new tv is on the cards.

Now the obvious is a tv that has some form of LED integration.

So far the options seem to be

The Sharp Aquos 46" LED

Samsung Series 6 46" LED

Sony NX700 46" (don't know if this is out or not)

Any comments on these or other recommendations?

Perhaps a telescope and a neighbor that leaves the curtains open at night to expose his flat screen? ;)

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Very impressive. It's amazing that you can build a place like that with so much space and yet be so close to work.

It is pretty incredible. Now it's just going through the whole building process that is taking it's time.

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