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Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by dmsims, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. dmsims

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    Hi,

    but is this statement correct?
    HD-ready display - LCD, plasma, or DLP - at least 42 inches (must take analogue and HD)

    Cheers,
    Pete.
     
  3. danvitale

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    It isnt correct.. HDTV ready LCDs generally start from 26 inches (I have a Sharp 26GA3E) upwards.
     
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    The actual quote is "The TV display manufacturers want us to watch HD on screens that are at least 42 inches (106cm). But 50 inches (127cm) is the ideal, according to them.", which is possibly true. It doesn't mean or was intended to mean that a HDTV must be at least 42" .
     

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