Sky +, Sony KV32FX66 and Sony DAV-S400

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  1. jackal_jd

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    Hi,

    I am considering getting this TV for sky+ with the Sony DAV-S400
    (http://***********/3c61). I do not want to spend much money as I dont watch TV that often and am not a home cinema finatic.

    Does anyone have any opinions on this TV and DVD system? Also, could someone give me a url of some online reviews please?

    Finally, I would connect my sky+ box to the DVD via its optical in and my SVHS through its analogue in. Would this mean that all audio from Sky+, DVD and SVHS come through the 5.1 speakers? I would wish to control the TV and Sky using the Sky+ remote. Would I be able to adjust the volume of sky using the sky remote, or would I have to use the DVD remote?

    Thanks & Merry Christmas
    Jonathan

    P.S - sorry If you saw this topic in another forum area, I thought it was relevent to this area aswell.
     
  2. alle v

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    ...If you don't watch TV much does that include Sky and DVDs? :confused:

    If you actually do not watch TV of any description much then I would spend less If I was you.

    Get yourself a £300 28" widescreen from one of the supermarkets.

    Not much point in spend nearly a grand on a 32" quality screen if you dont like TV a lot :)


    I doubt your sky remote will work on your combo box.
     
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    ok,ok :)

    I meant, I do not spend £4k on a plasma, £3k on an amp, £600 on a DVD player etc. I will spend £900-1000 on a TV, £200 on a DVD player, have Sky + and a SVHS.

    Jon
     
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    ...I would recommend the TV in that case :)

    Personally I wouldn't go for an all in one dvd/amp/spkr setup.

    They do save on remotes and a few cables etc and can save you money. If the sound quality suits you then maybe its worth getting one.
     

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