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Panny Viera TH42PE30B and pixels

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Red-Arrow7, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. Red-Arrow7

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    Hi there, please excuse the daft question but perhaps someone can give me some guidence. Having read the forum there seem to be positive views about the 37/42 inch Viera. I have also seen a demo of both sizes and thought that the pq was very good. However on reading the specs I saw that the number of pixels is 852X480 versus the pioneer 435 at 1024 X 768. Is this a significant factor? I will mostly be using the screen for family viewing, via the tuner and Sky, and viewing DVDs.
    I would be most grateful for a view from the experts.
     
  2. HeweyBoy101

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    Viewing standard definition material it won't make much difference - if anything it might look slightly better on a lower res screen.. The only problem I have with the Panasonic screens (and this is a personal view) is noticable flicker, and too obvious line structure in the picture at fairly close range. Arrange a side by side demo at a decent dealer before deciding - and don't believe everything you read on these forums as regards Panasonic - they are good, but there are alternatives, and to some people, future proofing is an issue!
     

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