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replacement TX32PB50

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by mansell, Jan 27, 2003.

  1. mansell

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    Just thought I might pass this onto you guys

    I had my Original TX32pb50 changed on Saturday after rejecting one DOA replacement.
    I must admit I’m impressed, the picture is vastly superior to my one-year-old set.
    I have no dirty screen effect and the tizzing problem I had with the old unit which meant that watching TV any closer than four feet or so was impossible because the picture looked terrible .
    Even terrestrial broadcast is much better

    I wonder if Panny have ironed out some early problems in the production of this set ?

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    Panasonic TX32PB50 ,Marantz SR5200 ,Toshiba 210ED ,Amstrad DRX300
    Mission M72 ,Mission M7C ,Mission M7ds ,Eltax Atomic A10 Sub
    AIWA VCR ,Gale SPKR cables ,IXOS Scart
     
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    What's the picture like for DVD's thru RGB scart on this set?

    I was going to buy a Sony, is the Panny better in your opinion?
     
  3. mansell

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    DVD playback via RGB scart is fantastic and has to be one of the best , AOTC for example with it's digital capture at the source is very sharp and clear ,even up close !

    I've got two friends who both have/had sony's , one blew up and the other show's intermittent white lines across the screen (guess which one this is)

    But to be fair I couldn't compare like for like as I've not looked at any of the Sony models for any great length of time .

    From what I've been told the Panasonic has the best edge definition(even better that Philips)
     

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