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Pana Tx32pl10????

Discussion in 'TVs' started by pedropeps, May 28, 2002.

  1. pedropeps

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    i want to buy a pana tx32pl10, but i see in one review that appears a vertical lines in the image.
    in another review: WHAT HI-FI SOUND AND VISION, they consider this set the winner in a supertest. The result is a five stars for tx32pl10.
    Please help me in my decision.

    Sorry about my english. :)

    Pedro Soares
     
  2. btuckey

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    Pedro, I have also been considering this model. (See my recent post.) I like 100Hz sets as I can detect the flicker on the 50Hz ones. However, it is reported that the PL10 is not selling as well as the PL1 in the UK. From what I have seen, the Loewe and the Philips have the best 100Hz picture.

    Brian
     
  3. pedropeps

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    hi

    Thanks Btuckey for answer my post.
    My problem are the reviews and this results. In one review the result is great and the picture is fantastic: WHAT HI-FI SOUND AND VISION (especialist magazine, maybe the best). In another review the picture is not so good and seems to appear some lines in the corner of image.
    Do you see this strange lines?

    Please help me.

    Pedro Sores
     
  4. btuckey

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    Pedro,

    No I didn’t see the lines. Having said that, I have yet to visit any showroom that has a programme feed that does justice to modern sets. This makes model comparison almost impossible and leaves us in the hands of the magazine reviewers. As you rightly say models get a rave review in one magazine and average reviews in others. The problem is that reviewers usually get sets that have been specially selected and ‘tweaked’ by the manufacturer. The more influential the magazine the more attention given to the loaned set. You and I get ‘pot-luck’ off the production line!

    I have come to the conclusion that the best way forward is to take the comments on this and other forums and average them out. All models have good and bad sets shipped. At least the users on this forum are talking from experience. Sorry, doesn’t help you much with your choice. I am going through the same experience.

    Brian
     

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