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Plasma v CRT

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by pegFACE, Dec 22, 2001.

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  1. pegFACE

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    Okay - A person I know claims this

    "Fujitsu Plasma TV+arcam DVD player gives teh best picture in the world imho"

    I think a TAG DVD32R with a interpolater gold and a Cinemax will beat it hands down... or will something lower down the CRT range beat that?

    no other issue rather than picture quality
     
  2. ReTrO

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    A Barco Cine 6 with an fMj DV27 will beat a Fujitsu plasma any day!

    Oh it's got to have a good screen to project on to.

    Even you knew that peg!
     
  3. pegFACE

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    Yer I did but this ones stubborn you see, been brought up on what hifi :(

    We'll soon straigten him out m8...
     
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    You wouldn't even have to go that high up in the food chain.
    Any good imported RPTV that can achieve 480p combined with any one of a multitude of DVD players such as the Philips Q50 with the Sage/Fara chip will eat the Fujitsu combo for breakfast.

    Eric
     
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