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Nomal or "HD" Cybertube Philips 9527

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Migueloncillo, Sep 2, 2002.

  1. Migueloncillo

    Migueloncillo
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    I want to know if the image tube of my TV Philips 32pw9527 is the normal Cybertube, or the Cybertube HD.

    The serial number of my Cybertube is : LG-Philips Displays: W76ERF052X??? (I can not see the last numbers).

    Normal cybertube has a pitch 0,7 / 1 mm. (centre /edge)
    HD Cybertube has a pitch 0,57 /0,85 mm.

    Tou can see this here:

    http://www.lgphilips-displays.com/d...talogue-CPT.pdf

    "HD" is the cybertube that pixel plus need.

    Do I have a "HD" Cybertube or a normal cybertube ?????
     
  2. Migueloncillo

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    From LG-Philips:

    Therefore, my image tube may be a Cybertube HD !!!!
     
  3. Migueloncillo

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    No body has this TV with Philips tube ????

    Please, can you see the serial number of the image tube, and tell me, please.

    Thanks.
     
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    I am also thinking about an 32PW9527, since I will get my money back soon for may Aconada which had a mask failure. I have checked a few shops here in Hungary. The funny thing is the 32PW9617-s seem to have Panasonic tube ( two additional marking pixel on the sides ) and the 32PW9527 models have ( I hope) Philips tube because there were no marks.

    Just for fun I have asked the local distributor and a few dealer about Panasonic tubes in Philips TV. They sad every TV has Philips tube in it. :)) But I rather think they are just lack of informations on this issued.
     

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