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Philips 32PF7520D

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by clash33, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. clash33

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    Now I am confused :confused:
    Is the 7520 in place of the 9830? as there is no mention of it in the press release. Also it appears that only the Plasma sets will have PP2, Digital Natural Motion, Ambilight, Digital Crystal Clear, Active Control, and Light Sensor Tech. The LCD flagship will only have PP and the Pulse killer Chip. What has happened to the 9830 :lease:
     
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    Nope - it is not the replacement for 9830. Its a different model aimed at the segment just below 9830!

    Cheers
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    I saw the 7520 in Currys last weekend sat next to a 9986. It looked a very nice set.

    If you go to the Philips web site and use the compare utility you will see the 7520 is somewhat of a lesser specification compared to the 9986.

    The main differences seem to be the 9986 has a 12ms response time panel whereas the 7520 is a slower 18ms. 9986 has PP2 whereas 7520 is the original PP.

    The 7520 has this pulse killer chip whatever that is, 9986 does not.

    It looks to me the x520 series will be a notch down from the 9830 series and I am guessing that the appearance of the 7520 does not mean the 9830 won't arrive eventually. The 9830 is supposed to have PP2 HD which is supposed to overcome over-processing of HD programs by the current PP2. So I can't really see Philips next high end LCD going back a step in the PP hierarchy.

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    I was starting to worry. Hope we see the 9830 before christmas!
     
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    Me too! I ordered it a couple of months ago now! :thumbsup:
     
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    This set also carries the HD Ready logo....

    One thing that worries me though is that it uses one "universal" connection which is intended for HDMI/DVI-I/PC and analogue YPbPr.....!

    Also - any word on what PC resolutions this set will accept over this universal connection...?
     

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