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30" HDTV ready LCD - £599.99

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Fraudster, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. Fraudster

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    The LCD TVs offer exceptionally wide viewing angles, an extraordinary contrast ratio, and high brightness to be perfectly suited to deliver high quality picture, vivid colors, great depth, and realism. They are great in living rooms

    It offers high performance and wide screen 15 : 9 aspect ratio image
    HDTV ready (Compatibility with high-definition video sources up to 720p/1080i

    Screen Size 30"
    Aspect Ratio 15:09
    Resolution 1280 x 768
    Display Area H x V 687.36mm x 412.42mm
    Pixel Pitch 0.537 mm x 0.537 mm
    Display colors 16.7M colors
    Contrast Ratio 600 : 1 (Typical)
    Brightness 550 cd / m2 (Typical)
    Viewing Angle 170o (H) / 170o (V)
    Response Time 16ms
    TV function
    TV Tuning System B/G , D/K , I and L/L’ ( Multi-Europe)
    Color system PAL / SECAM
    Sound system NICAM / A2 (IGR)
    Teletext 10 Pages
    Video Input
    Video Color System PAL / SECAM / NTSC
    AV1 / AV2 ( In / Out ) 21-pin Scart x 2
    AV3 ( In) Video(Composite) x 1, S-Video
    PC Input
    Signal Connection D-Sub 15 pin
    PnP compatibility DDC / 2B
    Scanning Frequency fH = 31.5 ~ 60KHz
    fV = 56 ~ 75Hz
    Recommended 1024 x 768
    Audio Input
    Audio 1 Scart (built – in)
    Audio 2 Composite & S-Video x 1
    Audio 3 PC x 1
    Audio Output
    Speaker (built-in) 10W + 10W (rms)
    Headphone Headphone Mini-jack (3.5mm)
    Line Out Left / Right
    Features
    OSD Language English, French , German , Spanish , Italian , Finnish , Swedish, Dutch, Demark,
    Function Keys Power , Source , Menu , Up/Down(Channel) , +/-(Volume) , Aspect .
    Others PC PIP, 3D de-interlace, Comb-filter, APS function, Child lock, Auto Power off, Video Text,
    Power
    Power Supply AC 100V ~ 240V , 50 / 60Hz
    Power Consumption < 150 W
    Panel Tilt
    Forwards / Backwards - 5o / + 10o
    Dimensions
    W x H x D 890mm x 528mm x 266mm
    Weight (net)
    Without Accessories 15.2Kg

    http://www.lowestonweb.com/Products/DisplayInfoMain.asp?e=4EB64663-3D45-4EAB-AE97-CE50F3CCDCCF


    its had some amazing reviews!



    I was surprised to find an LCD screen with the requisite HDTV capabilities for such a snap-up price; excellent picture quality and hi-def input for such an agreeable price make this a must buy!
    Review by Dan Lynch




    Fantastic buy excellent screen size wonderful picture all that i could ask for and a good £200 cheaper than some name branded 26" screens out there which are HDTV ready. Well worth the money.
    Review by Martyn Grimshaw




    was a bit worried at the prospect of a less recognised brand, but at the price, I thought it was worth the risk. I was not disappointed. This LCD is a genuine bargain. It looks great and has an excellent picture through sky & dvd. Anyone looking for an LCD should consider this little nugget.


    whats your opinions? they also do a 32" black evesham lcd for £799.99
     
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    Looks good. I was going to go for a 26" but may just go for this at the price!!!
     
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    Doesn't seem to be any digital interface?? No HDMI, no DVI and can't even see component?

    How is this HD ready?
     
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    I wouldn't bother if its got no component and HDMI/DVI it obviously not proper HD ready!
     
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    it needs a d-sub connector?
     
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    The screen is not HD Ready. HD ready demans at least a DVI/HDMI input and a component input. This is just a regluar TV with 1280*768 resoluution. For PC mode I guess. I wouldn't but this.
     
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    D-Sub is just VGA.

    To be HD-Ready, not only does it need Component and HDMI and/or DVI (all supporting both 720p and 1080i in both 50 and 60Hz), but they also have to be HDCP compliant.

    It's a nice set for the price, but doesn't meet a single one of the connection requirements for HD-Ready.
     
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    I bought one and sent it back after a couple of days... It was rubbish and so is their customer service at £1 a minute....:(

    I'm now thinking of getting the Sharp LC26P50E or the maybe the 32" version?
     

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