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HD pictures and Blue Ray...I Nearly fainted!!

Discussion in 'TVs' started by sonyse2t5, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. sonyse2t5

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    In Croydon, Sony centre have opened a new store.....one of the biggest Sony centres in the country.

    They have a Blue ray dvd player hooked up to a £20,000 70 inch plasma tv!!!

    The pictures of japan shown was so breath taking, it was like being there. I never forget it.

    What can I say....how can anything be so vivid and realistic. Don't buy no tvs without a hdmi and dvi input......I mean it.....ironically non of of the Sony range has 'hd ready'logo.

    That £20,000 set isn't even in their brochure
     
  2. geese

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    Wow I must see that.......man I hope panny`s next pd has HD....welcome mate.
     
  3. billystevo

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    Bet Sky can bugger it up :D :oops:
     
  4. TV Headache

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    That 'Japanese Harmony' BluRay footage really makes you gasp. It reminded me of looking through a window because the detail and depth are just so amazing.

    It's not 'HD-Ready' because there's no HDMI/DVI but who needs it when you can get that good a result with good-old analogue component connections??
    (I know the real answer is so that Rupert can copy-protect his priceless HD movies, before anyone pionts it out.)
     

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