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Neovia NEO3775ND @ Currys

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by hamd01, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. hamd01

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    Has anyone had a good look at this set? Seems a very good price at £1,500!

    Is it actually 16:9 or 15:9, how is the picture quality, does anyone actually have one and can post a review?

    It doesnt have a HDTV ready sticker..... so is it? The Currys staff seemed adamant that it is HDTV, but I'm not sure? They said if a set has a DVI port it is HDTV ready..... is that just HDTV compatible, or is that able to display HDTV at its full potential?

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    But I understand the resolution given in the specs isnt actually correct. There also isnt any comments from an owner in those threads, hence this new thread.

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    Why isn't the resolution correct? All new LCD TV's appearing seem to be WXGA 1366x768 16:9 format now aren't they?

    Hope you can get some feedback soon then althought you may have to wait a while as this TV is just out.

    You could always pop into a Currys or Dixons to verify the resolution. :)
     
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    It may indicate 16:9 on the specs, but Im pretty sure its actually 15:9. Could someone confirm?
     
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    its a good buy. i set it up at my work pic quality is pretty good cant go wrong for 1500. the only thing im not to sure about the sound its a bit plain but if uve a surround kit. then theres no probs :)
     

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