Best 32" Widescreen CRT

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  1. mrmc74

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    I'm just after a starting point.

    On picture quality alone what's the best TV you can buy under £1500?

    Sorry about the redundancy just saw the last post...
     
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    I was interested in what people thought comparing the Sony FQ75, Philips PW9616 or Loewe Vitros...
     
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    In my opinion the best 32" tv on the market to-day has got to be the 32FQ75 from sony.The picture quality alone on this tv is outstanding not to mention twin tuners,switchable 50-100hz scanning and drc all add up to this tv being the DADDY of the 32" market.:devil:
     
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    I think it has a high feature count and a great picture, but I have seen many posts about problems with geometry and also front AV inputs.

    Are there any satisfied owners out there?
     
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    I have got a Sony KV32DX20 but for new and under £1500 look at the latest version the KV32DX40

    The picture on free to air digital is excellent (BBC 1, 2, C4, ITV) when good bit rates arre used.

    My geometry is fine

    If you want DRCMF and 2 tuner look at the KV32NX100
     
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    I think the best image with DVD is the Loewe Vitros, I haven´t seen any CRT better yet...
     
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    I have a Sony FQ75 and its ok - if you cant get a good one I'd say its excellent. Make sure you buy off a reputable dealer as you may have to get a few replacements. I know it doesn't sound right but I'm on my second replacement and I think I'll be getting another. It has faint vertical scrolling lines that are there on all inputs - gets very annoying once you notice them.

    If I got them sorted I'd be happy and be able to call it a fantastic tv

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    I am with Lowrider %100. Unbeatable.
    Gary
     
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    I have seen the Loewe Vitros and thought the picture was of a very high standard, but I thought even with the large price difference the Sony compared well.

    For these two TV's, what are you paying for with Loewe as compared to Sony, is it just better quality control?
     
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    Upgrade ability too, both software and hardware...
     

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