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Question for LG RE44SZ21RD owners

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by exc!aim, Jun 25, 2004.

  1. exc!aim

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    Hi all,

    I've been reading opinions an comments about the LG RE44SZ21RD 44" DLP rear projection TV on these forums and went to have a look at Comet and Currys and felt the picture was very good although a bit dark. The thing that concerns me though is that I found the screen very reflective even though one of the stores had the TV in a dark area.

    I just wanted to know if owners have a problem with reflection as I found it quite distracting when viewing the screen?

    Many thanks.
     
  2. Jonathan James

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    The glass cover on the front of this unit is tinted in an attempt to keep the reflections down. If you have a bright room this may not be the unit for you, unless your prepared to darken the room.

    The shops have the settings and adjustments all over the place. When I chose mine I did so knowing that I could do something positive with the set up.

    It's at its best in the dark but day time reflections are a minor inconvenience. Candles and lights might need redirecting or moving altogether.

    It's still very good. I was watching the WRC on Eurosport in bright sunlight. I could see myself in the reflection but after a while I didn't notice.

    JJ :)
     

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