Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by mickbarlow, May 10, 2005.
is this right???
Are these specs correct? 15:9? is this an old panel?
Toshiba 37" WXGA LCD Widescreen Television
Resolution WXGA 1280 x 720
Active Vision LCD Picture Processing
Real Digital Picture Processing
Viewing Angle 170 degrees (Vertical & Horizontally)
HDMI x 1
SCART x 2
Composite x 1
Audio Output SRS WOW 20W
Cabinet Stand Supplied
I suspect the price is correct, the new Samsung 40" is advertised @ £1699, trouble is everything seems to be on pre-order, where's the stock?
ive emailed them to find out what the story is, sommit aint right surley?
the 32" version is pretty cheap too, http://www.be-direct.co.uk/productDetails.asp?id=17411
Where does it say it's a 15:9 panel? Do the maths, 1280x720 is a native 16:9 ratio.
It seems TVandVideoDirect are currently offering this item at £1425. It sounds like a good price! I checked Toshiba UK site. The resolution is officially stated as 1366x768. But, no PiP!!
Can someone suggest a similar spec. 37" LCD TV with PiP? I know Philips 37PF9986 @ £2235 is a full Dual Screen but the price differential id £810. Is it worth the extra? I would like to hear from any one.
What about the one at £1499 at Currys & Dixons discussed in this thread. Specs link is in there too. (Neovia)
Exactly, 1280x720 is true 720p no scaling etc, think you are mistaken with 1280x768 that makes it a 15:9 panel.
also they have put the price up already to £1429.99
The price has gone up, but it still appears to be the best deal out there for this screen.
However, stock might be a different issue!
I convinced a friend to plump for one from BE-Direct, but they're now quoting 2-3 weeks for delivery (even though there was no such suggestion at the point of order.)
1499 at Currys & Dixons. Is it Toshiba 37WL56 or something else? Any ideas on the 37" LCD PiP? Philips 37PF9986 is rather expensive at 2235!
No it's the Neovia featured at the top of their main page.
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