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NEC 42VR5 - Decent Buy?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Billyfergus, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. Billyfergus

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    Concerned about it being futureproof

    I know it has a DVI socket in it but is this going to be suitable for HDTV?

    Anybody know where there is an in-deph review on it with full specs (apart from the NEC site)
     
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    There was a link to a french forum listing what HD sources many of the plasmas that have been discussed here.

    I cant seem to find the link or remember if this plasma was listed, maybe someone can dig up the link to this page.

    NEC's does mention that the DVI port has HDCP support
     
  3. wayblack

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    Just take a look at this thread we have been discusing this for the past few days :D
     
  4. Billyfergus

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    I notice it does not have a tuner supplied as standard kit although there is one as an optional extra.

    Anybody know the cost of it - cannot seem to find any info on it (I would require one)

    Does any one know if it comes with a table top stand?
     
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