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Panny PA20 scart interference

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by bongpig, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. bongpig

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    Im haing a very slight interference problems on very dark scenes on my Panny TH37PA20.
    It happens on all RGB scarts with any input. If I switch the scart from RGB to s-video input, the problem goes away.

    I was wondering. Its pretty well documented that the PW6 has poor scart inputs, and thus many users end up using the JS RGB>VGA converter.

    Could the same be said for the full TV versions of the PW6 like the PA20/30?
     
  2. Tonester

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    Sorry can't help but I've a couple of q's if you could help me

    1) Is the only difference between PA20/30 the digital tuner?

    2) Do you have to buy the pedestal or rack stand, or will it stand up fine on it's own?
     
  3. bongpig

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    Far as im aware, the tuner is the only real difference. The screens are both 6 seris technology.
    I think the PA30 has the option of the fancy equipment rack or a desktop stand.
    My PA20 came with the desktop stand, and very nice it is too! I think they come with this stand as standard.
     
  4. Tonester

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    I ask because I was in Currys and I saw a PE30 without any stand and it leaned backwards slightly. Ideally I don't want a stand at all, so I'd be interested to know whether I need one.
     
  5. bongpig

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    Plasmas are not free standing.
    You need a stand or wall bracket. They dont lean at all.
     

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