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Panasonic TX28XDP2C pls. help

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by jcilia, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. jcilia

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    I just joined AV forums so I trust my questions will make sense - I have a Panasonic TX28XDP2C I am trying to find what the model numbers mean ( apart from the 28") and hopeful find some sort of user manuals. My main issue is how to use center speakers with an AV amp plus understand the sockets at the back.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated as I must searched the net for the past 2 days without much success.
     
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    The manual for the TX28XDP3 can be found here
    I have no idea of the differences between the two.
     
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    JayCee,

    thanks for you feedback but finally I got a reply from Italian Panasonic dealer in Italian but fine for me.

    thanks - mind still need to sort out how to utilise the central speakers with an external AV.
     
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    BTW another question when tunning this model apart fron UHF and VHF it goes into CCxx what does CC stand for ?

    Joe
     
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    CC = "Cable Channel" which are different from the UK Uhf frequencies. :hiya:
     

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