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Hyundai 32" HDTV LCD @ Novatech £799

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by busterdan, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. busterdan

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    I just received the usual promotional mail from Novatech.....mentioning this Hyundai LCD...

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    http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?HYD-QNR32W

    Specs look good to me... but no mention that I could see of either HDMI, HDCP or DVI - looks to be HD only via component connections

    Looks good too I think...... and apparently there are some in stock.
     
  2. busterdan

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    That site shows a response time of 23ms, but Novatech quote it at 15+8(Typ)....whatever that means ??

    Full spec from Novatech :

    Visible Diagonal 32"
    Display Area (mm/Inch ) 697.68(H) x 392.25(V) /27.46"(H) x 15.44"(V)
    Pixel pitch (mm) 0.51075 x 0.51075
    Aspect Ratio 16:09:00
    Display colors 16.7M
    Brightness (cd/§³) 450 (typ)
    Contrast Ratio 1000 (typ) : 1
    Viewing Angle (H¢ª/V¢ª) 170¢ª / 170¢ª (typ,CR:10)
    Resolution 1366 x 768
    Response Time (Tr+Tf), ms 15 + 8 (typ)
    Lamp Life Time 50000 Hr (Min)
    Display Capability(DTV Ready) 480p,720p,1080i
    Progressive Scan Yes
    Color Tone Control Yes
    Picture Mode Standard, Sport, Natural, Mild, Custom
    Film mode detection Yes
    Noise Reduction Yes
    Variable Aspect Ratio Auto, 4:3, Zoom1~5, 15:9 , 16:9 , Panorama
    Color temperature Standard
    PIP
    Multiple Screen PIP
    PIP position Yes
    Tuner 1
    TV System PAL B/G, D/K, I , SECAM B/G, D/K, L
    RF Signal VHF, UHF, CATV
    Colour System PAL. SECAM
    Power Output (RMS) 5W x 2ch
    Speakers Built-in
    Sound Mode Stereo / Dual
    Sound Modulation l , L , L , M , BG , DK
    Sound Enhancement SRS WOW
    Sound Equalizer Standard, Music, Film, Speech, Custom
    AVL Yes
    Channel Fuction Auto channel scan
    Manual channel edit
    Fine tune
    Others Font OSD
    Sleep
    Timer
    Picture still
    Auto Power off
    Key lock
    Manual program rename
    Program Edit
    Teletext (252 Page)
    Horizontal freq. 30 ~ 61 kHz
    Vertical freq. 56 ~ 75 Hz
    640 x 350 70 Hz
    640 x 480 60 / 72 / 75 Hz
    720 x 400 70 Hz
    800 x 600 60 / 72 / 75 Hz
    1024 x 768 60 / 72 / 75 Hz
    Plug & Play DDC 2B
    Input
    Antenna (RF) 1
    PC Analog input(RGB, D-Sub) 1
    Composite 2
    S-Video 1
    Component (Y/Pb/Pr) 1 (1080i,720p,480p,480i)
    PC Audio Component Audio L+R (Common use)
    SCART (AV Signal in/out) FULL(RGB+CVBS) 1, HALF(CVBS) 1
    Output
    Earphone 1
    Composite (AV) 1
    Language English, French, German, Spanish, Italian
    Input Voltage 100 ~240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    Consumption On/Working 140W
    Stand By <3W
    Tilt angle (Down~Up) -5¢ª~ 10¢ª
    Swivel tolerance(Left~Right) Left 30¢ª ~ Right 30¢ª
    Kensington lock Yes
    VESA Mounting hole 100 x 100
    Set (W x D x H),without Stand 957 x 95 x 495 / 37.67" x 3.74" x 19.48"
    Set (W x D x H),with Stand 957 x 223 x 556 / 37.67" x 8.77" x 21.89"
    Packed (W x D x H) 1075 x 328 x 674 / 42.32" x 12.91" x 26.53"
    Set, without Stand 15.7 / 34.61
    Set, with Stand 18 / 39.68
    Packed 23 / 50.70
    AC Power Cable Yes
    Antenna (RF) Cable Yes
    Remote Control Unit ( incl. 1.5V AAA 2 Batteries) Yes
    Users Guide Yes
     
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    I was tempted by the 26" version but there is no DVI nor HDMI, just analogue VGA

    Dave
     
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    That link is currently pointing to a holding page, anyone got the correct link?
     
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    +VAT... so Novatech would be slightly cheaper
     
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    Good point, well argued..........
     
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    Response time is usually defined (well by ISO anyway) as the time to switch from black to white and back to black. The black to white time is the rise time (Tr) which is 15ms in this case and the white to black is the fall time (Tf) which is 8ms. Response time is just the sum of the two.
     
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    I've been looking at this particular screen recently, as I'm thinking of buying an HDTV LCD for the Xbox 360. I know 23ms is not good for a response time, but how bad is it exactly?

    I'm only really buying it for the HDTV feature of the new Xbox, so I don't want it to look crap despite the 720p/1080i picture.
     
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    Hi mate....

    I think you'd have to confirm with Novatech or Hyundai whether or not the screen has a DVI or HDMI port... I believe the XBOX 360 will have a DVI port and you can convert this to HDMI (or vice versa) if you want... but without those you may just be limited to the usual RGB scart connection (and therefore no High Definition stuff)
     
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    Thanks for the reply busterdan.

    To be honest I'm new to the HDTV stuff, so I'm still a little unsure about connections, but I was under the impression that you could use HD through composite aswell as DVI/HDMI?

    As standard, the Xbox 360 will ship with a composite/component lead, so I was planning to use this.

    Oh, and with regard to the above LCD, I think the Samsung LE32R41B will be better for the money after viewing the other thread - I'm on page 12 of that monster at the moment! :D
     
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    New to HD?.... yeah me too... but you'll learn fast :)

    Yeah I'd say the Samsung is the safer option really...as it has HDMO and Component inputs.... the later has been tested at High Def modes with the current Xbox I believe (Lyris and Roost)....maybe you haven't got to that yet though.... another 20 pages to go???? :)
     
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    Finished! :D
    That was an experience. My eyes stopped bleeding by the time I got to page 45. :D
     
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    Novatech have reduced the TV by £50 now..... but that 23ms response time would scare me off personally.
     

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