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HD2+ vs, HD4 - To wobulate or not to wobulate? That is the question.

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Martyn369

Guest
I'm torn between the Toshiba SP50L7HX and the new Sagems HD-D50H G4T / HD-D45H G4T.
Is the HD4 chip better or just cheaper than the HP2+. TI seem to put out little information! They say the HD4, with its wobulation, is more cinematic, but is this just marketing speak for less sharp!!!
I believe both will be great with HD sources, but the real killer is their ability to handle low quality (analogue, freeview, SD) feeds and still make them enjoyable to watch.
So which is better for this :- HD2+ with DNIe processing or HD4 with Cristal Motion?
Any enlightening experiences welcomed!
Cheers.
 

dduck

Standard Member
I have the HD-D45H G4T and i'm chuffed to bits with the Freeview picture, much better than my HD 32" LCD using the same sony freeview box.
High Def material eg Gladiator is awesome :thumbsup:
 

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