50 inch hi def DLP rear projector from Sagem

Hellicopter

Active Member
Spoke to a very helpful french lady at Sagem,Staines.Told me first shipments are due in next week to Comet Retail.She said it will receive a 5 star review in 'What Video'
Already for sale in Darty( Comet's French equivalent) and has received positive comments in a french AV forum I looked at.
Worth a look when it arrives.
 
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Stevey

Guest
How does this compare to toshibas 51WH36 Performance and Price wise!
 

Hellicopter

Active Member
Toshiba is £1400,CRT (screen burn) but has got progressive scan.
Sagem is DLP , HD and DVI input but is twice the price.
You pays your money and ......
 

Oblivion

Standard Member
Hiya People

I am in the market for a new TV. Like the spec of the Sagem but for one small problem. According to all the info on Sagems site, this TV does not support NTSC. Can anyone confirm, or disprove this? Seeing as my entire DVD collection is R1.

Cheers folks

Paul
 
the sagem site says it has a tint feature for NTSC feeds, so i assume that means it does.
 

cerebros

Active Member
Originally posted by Oblivion
Hiya People

I am in the market for a new TV. Like the spec of the Sagem but for one small problem. According to all the info on Sagems site, this TV does not support NTSC. Can anyone confirm, or disprove this? Seeing as my entire DVD collection is R1.

Cheers folks

Paul

The spec sheet says it can handle 480i/480p from the external inputs, which is NTSC. I think you might be getting confused by the fact that the specs for the TV's broadcast reception tuners only list PAL & SECAM. These are the broadcast standards used in Europe (well PAL's the main standard, SECAM is only in France AFAIAA), whereas NTSC isn't a European broadcast type and so would be unlikely to find it's way into the spec.
 

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