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FX66 are now out of stock at JL

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Rookies, Jan 14, 2003.

  1. Rookies

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    Right I was about to order a FX66 at JL and they are now out of stock the last 5 went today. I believe all JL share there TV stocks.


    Anyhow I believe the FX66 got a better screen than the FQ80 am i correct to think this as the FX 66 got 100hz Digital Plus. The FQ80 is not a 100hz flicker free it not a digital plus
     
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    No, but it does have 100Hz DRC, 100Hz non DRC and 50Hz DRC.

    I really dont think digital plus is better than DRC.
     
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    I think that's right (in theory)....
    ...depends if you think it's worth the extra £400ish.
     
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    Well I need a new tv you see and JL are out of stock of the FX66 for at least 3 weeks
     
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    DVD through a Sony TV using DRC is fantastic. It blows away the digital plus and arguably pixel plus technology too. Still not as good as prog scan though.

    This is only my opinion by the way, no need to open the flood gates.
     

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