Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by spook, Jun 17, 2004.
Hi all, anyone know why the 42PWD6 is sometimes described with EX or BX at the end?
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).
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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