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New Super Fine Pitch Sony

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by GadgetObsessed, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. GadgetObsessed

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    Details of the 32HQ100 (in German) at:
    http://193.97.251.194/ifa2003/produkte/

    No mention of component inputs or progressive scan. Though that may be something to do with the translation. To my eyes it is pretty ugly - certainly would not have got wife approval for a 36" of these. Not too impressed with the Loewe style stand that only holds one box either.

    Still glad that I bought a Panny 36PD30.
     
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    prog scan / component will be on next years models
    from what i hear

    would be interesting to see if septembers models have improved DRC esp on RGB Scart modes
     
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    Is black the new silver then?

    It'd look great in a minimalist pad, but it's hard to see that fitting in many UK lounges........
     
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    I like the black frame round the picture as it's bound to make the colours look more vibrant.
    Here's a translation for everyone to save some time:

    KV-32HQ100
    High end to TV with singular Design and newest Sony picture improvement technology

    Characteristics:
    Newest picture technology by intelligent improvement of the picture resolution, the contrast, the movement correction
    MEMORY stick™ (JPEG playback, JPEG capture)
    Austattung:

    Picture:
    FD Trinitron WEGA picture tube with 82 cm screen diagonal (visibly 76 cm) in the 16:9 format; Advanced 100 cycles per second digitally Motion;
    3D digital comb filter; Automatic intercarrier noise suppressor; MPEG intercarrier noise suppressor against digital noise; Dynamic Picture control (DQP & DF); Smart/Zoom/4:3/Wide/14:9 mode; Car 16:9, SuperFinePitch picture tube
    Clay/tone:
    Virtual Dolby + BBE sound (BBE strengthens the conception of a Surround sound); 70 W music achievement; Digitally sound processing; Automatic volume adjustment
    Control comfort:
    2 tuner; Picture & picture; Picture & text; Fixed image; Smart left; NexTView (3.0); Text 2.5; 2000 sides text memories; Text lower surfaces memory; Automatic program identification and transmitter assortment; Programmable fall time; Car Standby
    General:
    4 Scart of connections; 1 x (AV In/Out; RGB in); 1 x (AV In/Out; S-video in); 1 x (AV In/Out; S-video in); 1 x (AV in; S-video in)
    Intelligent remote maintenance
    Dimensions: 1018 x 574 x 586 mm
    Weight: 68 kg
    Housing color: Black with silver
    Optional condition foot:
    SU-32HQ1
    Available:
    September 2003
    Price:
    2.500, - euro (noncommittal price recommendation)
     
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    4 Scarts and only 1 RGB :confused:
     
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    Hard to believe that - why have 3 S-Video ins?

    My current FQ70 has 2 RGB's with 3 SCARTs....
     

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