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pioneer pdp-43mxe1

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by mods, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. mods

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    Has anyone seen above plasma in action? is it good?
    :) cheers
     
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    I have one.

    Been using for a couple of months. The screen is really with all the connection required.

    I brought mine from Joe.
     
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    cheers mate would a js scart 2 vga converter improve sky picture on the pioneer
     
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    How else would you connect it? Composite is the other option, so absolutely it would. They work well with pioneer, but note you have to have a video card installed before it will work, or at least you did on the 433mxe, I'm assuming that is the same.
     
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    Yes is same - video card required to do pretty much anything except send basic PC signal!

    MXE1 is gorgeous screen, that or Panasonic PHD7 are pretty much the only high res 42" options to go for. New NECs out soon (42XR4) will likely be another option well worth considering
     

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