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Best 32" CRT out there?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by NinjaKi11a, Sep 9, 2003.

  1. NinjaKi11a

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    Sorry to repeat the old thread, but I've read it through a couple of times and wanted to see what people thought a few months on.

    I'm looking for a 32" screen, which must have PAL and NTSC progressive scanning; a composite sockets would also be a bonus. I've been reading up on the TX-32PD30 which looks very promising though I've heard about a problem with the PAL progressive scanning. Has this been fixed?

    Also what is this about Sony KV36FQ100?

    Cheers,
     
  2. hornydragon

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    BEst 32" CRT is B&O Avant followed by B&O Beovision 3 but for normal TV Tosh PF2 or PD30 are good JVC DIST sets are great as well.
     
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    disagree!
    loewe articos is the for all round picture performance.
     
  4. docfeelgood

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    I was comparing a 32 inchTosh PF2 and Panny PD30 today (they were side by side).

    Both had the usual dodgy geometry.

    The tosh had great colour reproduction and a very natural picture (not much evidence of over processing).

    The PD30 had a more dynamic and sharper picture with more depth. However, on this set I noticed more processing evidence which could prove annoying.

    I had them set up with similar contrast, colour etc.

    I guess it depends on what you prefer.

    :)
     
  5. TheBoingoBandit

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    Agreed! :D
     

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