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Philips 32PW6006

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by jerkyboy, Sep 11, 2002.

  1. jerkyboy

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    Just sent back my second set for a refund this time.

    I cant believe Philips could make such a DOG.

    Its a great TV, all the features you would expect, great picture, untill you use RGB !!!

    Ghosting like you would not believe, both sets exactly the same.

    Xbox, PS2, Sony DVD player, all the same.

    Do not buy this set unless you can try before you buy !
     
  2. GavTNewbie

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    Have had one of these for a few months now, and I agree about being a great tv for the price ... until RGB is used...

    I get very dark rgb when connecting my sky box to the rgb enable scart socket, but when my dvd player is connected up to other scart socket, the picture is quite simply breathtaking (well for a £570 set anyway). As I have posted in another thread http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=46779 I have managed to get around the dark rgb for the time being. I know its not a solution to the problem, but its a start anyway.

    Im sorry for being such a div, but when you see ghosting, how bad is it and is it confined to fast moving pictures (eg. football on sky) or does it occur all the time?

    Gav.
     

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