please help anyone who knows about LCD T.Vs are these specs good or not?

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  1. alandixon

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    :lease: can anyone let me know if the secifications on this LCD are any good i.e is it HD ready and does it have good component inputs, is the resolution and blackness, contrast good i have not got a clue what each one means. Please Help.

    Size : 37 Inch
    Viewable Area : 819.6x460.8 HxV (mm)
    Dot Pitch : 0.2mm x 0.6mm
    Native Resolution : 1366x768
    Response Time : 16ms
    Model number: AV370W
    Weight: 8 Kg

    Special Features :
    PIP
    POP
    Double Screen
    Digital Zoom

    Specifications:
    Package Type : Retail
    Unit Colour : Silver / Black
    Screen Type : TFT LCD
    Screen Size : 37"
    Viewable Display Area : 819.6mm x 460.8mm
    Colours : 16.7 Million
    Dot Pitch : 0.2mm (H), 0.6mm (V)
    Response Time : 16ms
    Contrast Ratio : 600:1
    Brightness : 500 cd/m²
    Max. Resolution : 1366 x 768
    Resolutions : 1366 x 768, 1280 x 768, 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, 640 x 480
    View Angle : 176° (L/R), 176° (U/D)
    Input Connector : 15-pin D-sub, DVI, Composite Input, S-Video Input, 2 x SCART, Component Input, Headphone Out, Antenna Input
    Audio : 2 x 10W
    Width : 1086mm
    Height : 304mm
    Depth : 640mm
    Weight : Monitor: 23.5Kg
    Stand: 4.3Kg
    Speaker: 1.9Kg
    Input Power Source : Power Lead
    Power Consumption : Normal operation: < 253 W, Off/Suspend/Stand-by mode: < 5 W
    VESA Wall Mount : Compatible
    Compliance : CB, CE, MIC, EK

    Package Contents:

    User's Manual
    Remote Control
    Power Lead
    Antenna Lead
    2 x AAA Batteries
    Screw Driver
    Warranty Direct with Manufacturer: 1 Year

    LCD Dead Pixel Policy
    All LCD monitors adhere to international standards for the tolerance of dead pixels. Most specify ISO 13406-2, using class 2 panels. For a general overview of ISO 13406-2 see our monitor buyers guide. Each manufacturer can have a slightly different tolerance, check with them directly for their own individual dead pixel policy.
     
  2. nick501

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    seem 'average' to me. I'm no expert though.
     
  3. alandixon

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    This T.V is about £1100 is that a good price ?
     
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    Your 'stats' look ok, but that doesn't mean the TV will be any good. You could have two TV's with exactly the same stats, but with totally different picture quality.
     
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    its a korean panel. lg or samsung
    briteness levl is normal contrast is low compared to some (sharp/panasonic)
    slow responce rate which to me means its older spec as most run at 12ms now and 12 months ago sharp were doin 14 ms as were panasonic.
    theres no hdmi and it doesnt state i has hdcp.

    not even that good for price as jl do new philips 37" hdready +idtv for aprox£1500 with 5yr warranty.
     
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    It doesn't sound anything outstanding from the specs and even the price is only okay. I expect you could do better.
     
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    thanks to all i will maybe look at something else any suggestions whats good dont want to spend more than £1500
     
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    Try visiting the Panny tx-32lxd500 owners thread, we're all happy :thumbsup:

    DH Dove
     
  9. alandixon

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    :smashin: :thumbsdow :confused: Thanks i had a look do they make this in a 37" though. if not i wondered if anyone knew a good 37" for about £1500 and HD ready.
     
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    You could gather opinion on Toshiba 37WL56 (~£1300) or the newest 37WLT58 (~£1600). Specs look great and also HD ready.
     

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