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Samsung DLP Tv v's Plasma

Discussion in 'Samsung TVs Forum' started by Molly, Aug 10, 2004.

  1. Molly

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    Anyone had chance to compare the new Samsung DLP Tv range with a similiar priced Plasma. I've seen the range advertised on the net for £1750 (46").

    I've seen Sim version of a DLP Tv which looked fantastics but cost over £6K.

    Could this be a cheaper alternative to large widescreen viewing?
     
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    Could you tell us who is advertising the DLP sets in the UK?
     
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    Thanks Molly,

    They appear to be calling the SP-46L3HX and SP-50L3HX (£2,099.99) "LCD" models instead of DLP!!
    Good prices though, and it will be interesting to compare them with the LG and Sagem DLP models.
     
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    Samsung list models beginning 'HLM' as the DLP ones. I think HCC have not quite got an infinite number of monkeys to type. The script for Hamlet has yet to emerge. This is almost certainly an LCD, not DLP TV
     
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    Yo

    Finally an announcement from Samsung, I rang them about 6 weeks ago and the response was DLP what ?

    John
     
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    Anyone seen one of these sets???
     
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    A 46" LCD for £1700 :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    Your a 'retailer' of what exactly :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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    This looks very nice, the insurance companies seem to think
    they are more reliable than Plasmas (extended warrenty 1/2 price of Plasma)
    But I don't know much about rear projection TVs.

    What does the picture look like?
    contrast 1500:1
     
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    Plasmas and projectors, mate. So it's on Samsung's romanian sire is it? Forgive me for not looking there, clearly I don't speak the language! But seriously, the main drawback of rear pro always used to be viewing angle, assuming you could fit the damn thing in your house. They have got a lot smaller, and the sony one at my David Lloyd is not too bad on viewing angle. It's impossible to say what the PQ is like, cos it's on an RF feed from a sky box which is set to 4:3 :rotfl: So is the samsung 50" opposite, both proudly displaying a sign saying 'On loan from Sevenoaks Weybridge'. Vertical view angle is the difficult bit, only a sight of it will tell you.
     
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