Best RPTV for SD picture

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  1. MarkFitDT

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    Hi Guys,

    As a newbie looking at buying a new TV I am leaning towards a Rear Projection (rainbows permitting!) after looking at the forums for PLasma/LCD and this one but I was wondering what people's opinions were about the best TV for a SD feed?

    I have been to look at TVs in the usual places but I am wary about the pictures produced in those conditions after reading lots of posts on the various forums on here.

    At the mo we only have Sky but may upgrade to HD in the future.

    Any opinions would be gratefully appreciated.

    Thanks
    MarkFitDT
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  2. chachi

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    Have to admit am happy with the PQ on scart-fed Sky into my Sagem 56"
     
  3. MarkFitDT

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    Thanks Chachi,

    Im happy to admit I dont know much about TV's and would rather take advice from here than be forced into buying a TV I dont want in somewhere like Comet etc.

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    Well, I was using a JS Technologies RGB to Component box before and feeding that output into a Panasonic PWD6 screen before, and this looks as good/better
     
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    Not all RearProjectors cause rainbows. Only DLP models have this propensity. LCD and the upcoming LCOS technologies cannot cause this effect.
     

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