Not sure that I believe that line as why would they have on display a prootype when shops are already receiving production units.Please note that they had a prototype on display and the sales guy stated that the production models would be better
Tim Ashdown said:My friend works in Shasonics in Tottenham Court Rd.
He also mentioned the new Philips with Ambi-light and nxt speakers was now on display. He said the design and asthetics are stunning, but the picture is rubbish and not on a par with the new Panasonic & Sony LCD's.
I wasn't aware Kelloggs made composite cables! They must be very grainyA shop like that would most likely use a twenty pee composite cable found in a cornflakes box to set up their screens!
Obviously been speaking to the same people as me then Liam!Liam @ Prog AV said:At CEDIA next week there'll be plain mirror frames from a well know mirror TV manufacturer - no built-in LCD TV just the frame, glass and control unit. It'll be water-resistant for bathroom/kitchen installs and will eventually be available in plasma sizes to go round your Panasonic or Pioneer plasma!! Probably still reflect a little but if style is high on the list it should go down very well