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Panasonic TX-32LXD1 owners, please help...

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by S Helton, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. S Helton

    S Helton
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    Could any of you nice Panny TX-32LXD1 owners confirm the following ? I have looked at various reviews but they all seem to contradict each other, and I cannot find a shop locally that has one so that I can look myself.

    1. Does it have component input(s)?
    2. Is it progressive scan (PAL and/or NTSC) ?

    Also, any views on whether I would notice the difference between a component feed and RGB on the Panny (or any decent LCD for that matter) ? In both cases the source is a Sony RDR-HX900 DVD recorder, but my current TV does not have component so I cannot see if there is a difference.

    Many thanks for your help guys. :)
     
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    We just recently brought a Panasonic TX-32LXD1 from http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk, it arrived a couple a days after ordering :thumbsup:

    Before we purchased the TV we went and saw it at Comet and/or Currys (pretty sure Comet) in Tottenham Hale

    sockets:
    AV1 (back) - SCART (RGB, VIDEO)
    AV2 (back) - SCART (VIDEO, S-VIDEO, Q-LINK)
    AV3 (front) - S-VIDEO (4 pin) + AUDIO (R+L) + VIDEO (V)
    AV4 (back) - SCART (RGB, VIDEO, S-VIDEO, Q-LINK) + COMPONENT (Y, Pb, Pr)

    progressive scan:
    PAL I (UHF E21-68)
    PAL 525/60 (Playback of NTSC tape from PAL VCR)
    DVB (Digital terrestrial services via UHF aerial input)
    M.NTSC (Playback from M.NTSC VCR)
    NTSC AV input only (Playback from NTSC VCR)

    experience:
    On a whole we have been extremely impressed with our new BEAST. The only exception has been when watching sport (specifically football) with wide shots of running players. With this we get alot of bleeding and blur :thumbsdow

    ZUM
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