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Is this normal ...... ?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by melliott1963, Feb 11, 2004.

  1. melliott1963

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    I've just taken delivery of a Toshiba 28ZT29B IDTV and am very pleased with it so far.

    I have noticed, however, that, when I first turn the TV on (having been turned off at the plug), it takes about 10 seconds or so before the Digital channels become watchable, as if the digital decoder is taking a few seconds to initialize itself. If I'm in analogue mode, the picture comes on virtually straight away.

    Once the TV is on, I have no problem switching between digital channels.

    Is this normal?
     
  2. bodyfodder

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    sorry cant help on the IDTV issue but what do you think of the quality of the actual picture? I have a replacement of the 28zd26p arriving today which i believe uses the same tube as yours.

    Do you have any dirty screen issues with the set like fingerprints on the inside of the screen?

    cheers.
     
  3. melliott1963

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    I only got it last night, but as far as I can see, the picture seems very 'clean'.

    Mind you, considering my previous set is a 12 year old Panasonic, I think anything would look better!
     
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    Thanks for the reply mate.

    its sounding good, cant wait for the replacement now.....fingers crossed....
     

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