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New Samsung LE32A41BX/XEU

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by DOCTOR_d, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. DOCTOR_d

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    Hi all, just taken back my Sony CRT as it was delivered DOA…

    Had a good look around the shop and found the Samsung LE32A41BX/XEU, the picture was absolutely stunning and sound quality was so crisp.

    I’ve only managed to find one review of this set on the forum and it came back with lots of positive feedback.

    Was wondering if anybody knew of any other reviews of this set and how does it compare to likes of an LG RZ32LZ50…

    :)
    Cheers

    D.
     
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    doenst appear to have HDM1 connectivity :thumbsdow
     
  3. DOCTOR_d

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    Don't want to sound stupid but what is it ???

    It does have a DVI input (good for SKY+ later this year) which they where using in the shop, the picture was stunning...

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    OK guys....

    This Samsung has an HDCP enabled DVI socket. This means that it will accept Skys DiDef broadcasts from next year. (All TV's accept Sky+) The TV you saw in Comet would just be connected to ordinary Sky, and from the sound of it, it was doing a decent job.

    The problem with this set seems to be that it has trouble handling HiDef feeds via its DVI input. Reports of blurring and smearing have arisen meaning that it has been largely ignored in the marketplace.

    Check out your other thread for alternatives...

    Jimmy
     

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