Thanks for that! Unfortunatley I left it too late, S&V price is now £437.40 and the instore price for RGB is £520. I might just wait around for a while as I hear these prices are always changing.http://www.soundandvisiononline.com/moreinfo/index.asp?product_id=13482 or http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=105273&ReferrerCode=17 with free 5 year guarantee if you can buy in store in Essex
really..no it doesn't
Sony's motion flow is only effective on 50/60i/p contents (inc games). However, when viewing 24, 24, 30p contents, you'll have to disable it. They also embedded motion interpolation into the motion compensation feature (which is known as 100Hz processing). This can make 25 and 30p contents like 50/60p.
In any case, Sony 100/120Hz processing nowhere near advanced as Panasonic, Toshiba and Philips.
So a HDTV aint good at displaying HD content? especially a bravia?! wow..
what would be the alternative at this price range..
im also looking into the S for PS3 and blu-ray play-back
oh ok..cool.I did not say that. All I said was, the D3000 has 24Hz and 1080p input support, which will benefit movies fans.
The S3000 doesnt have 24p support or 1080p input. However, its still one of the best around. And Sony LCD TVs are generally among best (which is why I bought one), even though their current 100/120Hz method is quite average.
mmh, im a tad confusedyes
The D3000 is also 720p (728p) native, but it accepts 1080p and 24Hz via HDMI.
Have had nothing but glowing reports from people on Cable or linking up a PS3 to this model, and planned to buy one next month.A lot people have said to go with the sony, very tempted! Wheres the best place to get the KDL32S3000 from?