Anyone hear on radio last night Samsung releaseing crt HDtv?

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  1. RoNaLdiNhO

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    HI

    Its was on radio last night pretty late around about half 2 someone phoned in and asked what was the best plasma/lcd (32") to get for hdtv and the guy told him about samsung releaseing a crt which is HD ready 32" & 42" version but its about half the size of a normal crt. I was wondering if anyone has information on this tv as i think as well as many other thats crt picture is far better than plasma/lcd for tv and pc.

    thanks.

    by the way sorry i cant remember the radio station it was some tech guy who seemed to know what he was on about.

    edit. for the 32" model he said it would be around £250>300 which either is very cheap or hes wrong on that heh.
     
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    I would like a 42" if they make one?
     
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    Sound like the excellent Fevzi Turkalp on TalkSport 1089. He is a guest expert on Mike Mendoza's show every week on Friday mornings between 2am and 3am and knows all about things connected with technology and computers etc. He has a website at http://www.gadgetdetective.com. What he said about the CRT TV is correct and is about 1/3 less deep than a 'conventional' CRT set of the same size.

    Do a Google search for it and all is explained.
     

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