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Home cinema with component out?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Gazzad, Jan 24, 2004.

  1. Gazzad

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    Just ordered 42" Hitachi plasma and looking for an all in one system to go with it, with component out if possible. Budgets around £600, but do want floor standing slim sattelite speakers (like the Pioneer NSDV990).

    Anyone and ideas?

    Do like the look of the Jamo with PAL Progressive but don't think I'll get the speakers past the missus.
     
  2. bonzobanana

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    Not sure how slim you need the speakers but there are good systems from both Sony and Panasonic with floor standing speakers. Some of the older sony range are going quite cheap now too. Most of them seem to offer progressive ntsc but not progressive pal.
     
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    Panny SCHT-900 and SC-MT1??? (the vertical DVD one) have component, and NTSC progressive, If it is an ALiS screen PS doesnt matter. Higher SONY models also have component out.
     
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    Thanks for the replies
     

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