Cheapest TV with component

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  1. pragmatic

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    Component in seems to be only available on the most expensive models, but I want to use component up to route everything through the one cable. I know the argument about it not being any better and it won't improve the image quality of lower quality stuff, but that doesn't matter to me at the moment and I'll get improved quality from DVD's.

    So the question is what is the cheapest TV with component in?

    Also i have a Philips DVDR80 and that has component out, does anyone know if it will output my cable(plugged in RGB scart)/terrestrial through the component?
     
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    Latest JVC D40 range.
     
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    Thanks i'll look into then, never really considered JVC.

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    has anyone used HyperFi, because they do loads of cheap "Ex Display" TV's. Like 36" Tosh and Pannys for around £700-800 but the last time I spoke to them they said they don't deliver TV's, which is not much use to me in the north when their down south :thumbsdow
     

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