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panny PWD6, what's the EX/BX all about?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by spook, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. spook

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    Hi all, anyone know why the 42PWD6 is sometimes described with EX or BX at the end?

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    The last to letters of the code denote area of the world and terminal board:

    42PWD6BX = british (B) and excluding terminal board (X).
    42PWD6EX = European (E) and excluding terminal board (X).

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    cheers, I thought it must be something like that, I got my 42PWD6 yesterday from AV-sales (great service),
    Sky+ looks stunning (at least the channels that have a higher bit rate) through the supplied tech link scart ribbon,
    DVD via component in progressive mode from my new DRM-E55 is breathtaking, just watched monsters inc and finding nemo (bit of a pixar fan), just stunning even with the contrast down past halfway,

    very impressed with the level of conrol over picture adjustment especially horizontal/vertical size/position, you can really make sure you see "all" of the image, especially useful for correcting rgb shift.

    can't fault it on anything ;o)

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