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calling all Tosh 220e owners

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by mafioso, Nov 6, 2002.

  1. mafioso

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    Just purchased one of these players (multiregionalised) to play my NTSC formatted dvds. However, I have read problems with owners seeing pictures in b/w and see vertical black lines flickering on the screen when playing NTSC dvds.
    This is predominantly down to compatability problems with tvs . I'm looking to buy a new tv that supports NTSC, but doesn't have problems mentioned above. Can owners of this player let me know what tv models they are using with this player and how they are connected up. I would like to use component leads, but it seems only Tosh tvs have this facilty at the moment and I'm not convinced of the qulaity of the latest range of Tosh tvs.

    Can anyone advise?
     
  2. mansell

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    fyi

    Panasonic have just introduced component inputs on some of their tv's

    e.g TX-32PH40
     
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    Hello , look at my site on the home cinema gallery " ned"
    the tosh tv i have i cannot fault,sometimes i think people just look at the bad things and not the good
     
  4. russ080379

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    I've got a sony 28LS60 with a tosh 220e and the pictures really good , i'm very happy with them both.
     

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