BenQ VA-321 32" HD LCD TV

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MaximusXCV

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Hi, the BenQ VA-321 has caught my eye.

It is a 32" HD LCD TV with an RRP of only AU $1799 (GBP 723)

Here are the basic features:

32" LCD Television

[URL="http://www.benq.com.au/products/LCDTV/?product=792[/URL]


1366x768 Resolution
16:9 Aspect Ratio
1000:1 Contrast Ratio
8ms Response Time
550cd/m2 Brightness

Supported Resolutions

480i/P
576i/P
720P
1080i
768

Inputs

1x RF
3x Composite*
2x S-Video*
3x Component*
1x HDMI/DVI
1x D-sub
1x 3.5mm Stereo

* Include Stereo RCA audio inputs.

Additional features:

PAL/NTSC/SECAM Universal Compatibility
Motion Adaptive De-Interlacing on all analogue sources
10 Bit Colour Processing
3D Y/C Comb Filter

So what do you think?

Below is a list of the supported resolutions again and what I will use them for.

480i - VCR
480P - Nintendo Wii
576P - PAL Progressive Scan DVD Player
720P - HDTV
1080i - HDTV/ HD DVD
1366x768 - Gaming PC

So I will utilise pretty much every resolution of which the TV is capable, it is the right price, has HDMI, looks good and comes with a minimum 3 year warranty.

What do you think?
 

DewAsmara

Novice Member
Yeah I know this model,
Have seen in Bangkok last Sunday. The new model one from 321 series, give great pictures, and I am pretty shock when it compare side by side with new Panasonic LCD (LXD 60 series). You will suprise how this china product beat out japan product. And the desain also pretty much similar with new Toshiba and Panasonic. it also have integrated de-interlacing chipset that upgrade your picture into next level quality. I recommend to buy if you think money is the main factor of your decision. Because it give better picture quality rather than LG can give. Five thumbs up for BenQ.
 

DewAsmara

Novice Member
I almost forgot,
Their 42 inch LCD series is the top one, give picture quality far better than any Samsung, LG or even Panasonic could give. I wonder maybe within five years BenQ will dominate in LCD market. I still remember first time they enter market with LCD computer style rather than TV style, but they change very fast and enter into High End arena so fast.
 

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