Hitachi 36" C36WF830N smeary problems

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  1. wynouk

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    I've just bought a Hitachi 36" C36WF830N widescreen tv which i am most disapointed in, the picture seems to be very smeary and it has a just noticable negative type look of it at times does any one else own 1 who has the same problems as me and is there anyway of getting a better picture.
    my itv digital picture is really bad with the football being unwatchable at times, i have played aroundwith loads of settings inc progressive scan but that makes the picture look as if it has a very fast flicker?i was wondering is progressive scan like changing the picture down from 100hz to 50 hz?

    i have an option to get a full refund on it and buy another 36" tv but don't know which 1 to get if i did go down this road, if you own one of these sets you will know what an excellent spec the tv comes with (DTS/5.1 built in with 100w rms 6 speaker system) so no problems with sound.

    I have been looking at the Hitachi D36WF840N which is the same tv except its the DVB version and i was wondering if this set is any beter?? and also the sony 36" KV36FS70 model but the spec on the sony doesn't come with 5.1 or dts,
     
  2. shaunthedude

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    if you get it changed do not get a sony. (check out the problems on this site) go for a panny. my 36 was great apart from some very minor (in spec) faults.
     
  3. andypandy

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    Can only re-iterate the last comment. My TX-36PF10 now about 2 years old seems it has no probs, but just in case always take out an extended guarantee , in case !
     

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