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New Panasonic Viera LCDs....question

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by MilesR, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. MilesR

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    Hi all

    Further to jimsan's post (I think it was Jim!) - about the new viera LCDs...I saw this on HomeCinemaChoice's site:
    http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/shownews.php?id=7725

    Now, on reading the doc I don't quite understand what the diff between the TX-32LXD500 and TX-32LXD50 ??

    Anyone able to clarify?

    Also - anyone know if they both have a DVB tuner built-in? (Like the feature of being able to record to an SD card in MPEG4 format :)

    Cheers
    Miles
     
  2. MilesR

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    OK -just realised it might be the lack of HDMI input ;)
    I might be wrong though!
     
  3. Wayne Moule

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    I am surprised at how quick these are coming out so soon after the Sky anouncement.

    Price of the 32in HD ready Panny is coming out @ £2100. I hope it comes down from that by half, as I'm sure they will.

    :)
     
  4. MilesR

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    Yeah I know, but I really can't wait...well I can but you know what I mean :)
     
  5. tomleeeee

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    The only differences really is the LXD500 has the HDMI input and an SD card slot which alows you to record freeview TV in MPEG-4 format, presumably to stick into their new D-Snap range.
     
  6. MilesR

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    Which would be quite nice considering you can get a 1Gb SD card for about £50 now.
    With MPEG4 compression (obviously depending on the rates they would use) you could probably fit a nice amount of stuff on there - similar to a PVR really.
     

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