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Jvc 28x25/32x25

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by saguk, Jan 12, 2003.

  1. saguk

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    Has anyone got any comments on the JVC 28X25/32X25 100Hz TV?

    I've read that the RGB picture is dark on the 28R25 and 28T25, anyone have any experiences with the 28X25?

    Thanks, in advance.
     
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    I have the 28R25EK.

    Yes it does suffer from a slightly darker picture when viewing through the RGB scart input.
    It is a " problem" I'm prepared to put up with as it is good tv in every other respect.

    It Isn't a 100hz set, they are 50hz.

    The 28R25 and 28T25 are the same TV :-

    R= Dolby pro-logic, with detatchable sub-woofer, and center speaker.
    T= Nicam stereo, with none of the above!!

    Usually about £30 to £50 difference in the price of the models.
     
  3. saguk

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    Thanks, the 28X25/32X25 is 100hz. Anyone got one of these?
     
  4. scrapbook

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    I was looking at this model too. I have always disliked 100hz TV's but the picture I have seen on this looks fantastic.

    Has anyone got one or seen a read a review?
     
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    How dark is the picture via the RGB scart? I was going to buy this TV but this "problem" put me off as you cannot adjust the RGB brightness to produce a natural picture.

    My current TV has a similar problem and to be honest it really is annoying in that the only RGB on the set does not work fully.
     

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