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Analog tv signal on Plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by anders260, Dec 2, 2003.

  1. anders260

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    Hello All

    I'm a newbie to plasma and wonder if it's ok picture with just a analog tv signal on a plasma tv, i have considered to buy a Sony KE-42 TS2 is it anybody that have this model that can enlighten me with his / her's experince with analog tv signals ?


    Best regrds Anders
     
  2. redsox_mark

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    I have a Panasonic 42" plasma. The main advantage I see to having digital vs. analog is that with digital most of the broadcasts are in widescreen. I have Freeview. I don't think there is much in it in terms of picture quality (assuming you have a good signal for both), but with a widescreen plasma you really want a widescreen source as much as possible.

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  3. MAW

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    Do a search for the model no, it's not a popular one, mostly due to paying for the badge, and it's amazing spec similarity to the Hitachi PD3000, which is a grand less. Analogue tv is often not great, it depends so heavily on your reception.
     

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