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new loewe screens



I was looking on this site, http://shop.petermartin.co.uk/acatalog/NEW_LOEWE_Xelos.html
They have lots of new Loewe tv's at great prices. I can not find any info on them on Loewe's web site. Does anybody know anything about these cool looking lcd's? The Xelos SL 32'' is a stunning screen with all the inputs you could dream of so I am hoping that the Concept 32 and Xelos A32 haven't been striped to keep down costs.


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I asked this question ages ago, nobody seemed to have any knowledge of the new models. Loewe recently announced new Xelos A22 and A26 models but nothing on the 32.


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eddie_talbot said:
Is this the one ?


Does anyone sprachen the German ?

No, aphextwin's referring to the new Loewe Concept 32 and A32 models as listed in his link but theres no official details on the Loewe website. The SL32's been out for a while now. The basic difference are the Concept has side speakers and both that and the A series have integrated electronics rather than a separate media box such as in the SL.


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i would be very wary of these 'concept' loewe models.
there basically watered down products to fit a price range.
you should see the loewe concept plasma!
lg screen,looks ugly!
you wouln't see b&o do this!


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I heard that Loewe were planning on adding a PixelPlus2 type enhancement this year to clean-up tv/sat pictures.

Does anyone know if these TV's have that?


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That was a rumour started by some muppet doing a magazine review. No basis what so ever, I've even seen it denied flatly but I can't remember by whome. Anyway, even the current models have Pixel Plus type technology just by different names.

Its amazing what a name associated to something can bring. Pixel plus, Wega etc etc. They are just marketing terms given to standard technology that exists on most screens.

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