Should I get an integrated digital TV?

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  1. Darren_L

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    When I get my new TV, should I go for one of the new integrated digital TVs?

    I've already got digital cable via NTL, so do I need the digital bit in the TV as well. I'm currently looking at the Sony WEGA range.

    100Hz analogue VS 50Hz integrated digital

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. MartinImber

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    Yes

    1) Better picture than box

    2) RGB saved for DVD

    3) TV is future proof

    4) FTA DTV is mainly widescreen
     
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    It's really a matter of personal preference. Unless space is limitted, I'd go for a separate box. You can watch an analogue channel on the TV while you tape a digital channel from the digi-box. Also, if the digi-box box breaks down you've still got the TV.

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