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Smallest 28" Widescreen

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by shez316, Feb 25, 2002.

  1. shez316

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    I currently have a 21" 4:3 TV. Due to severe spacial restrictions I am looking for a 28" with the smallest width and depth specs. The only option I have just now is the Panasonic 28PG50. Although most people on this forum have encountered numerous problems with this set. Otherwise I'll have to get a Sony 24LS35. My budget is £1000. Thanks in advance!
     
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    The Loewe Xelos and Cantus are pretty small as widescreen tellys go. They seem to have less width and less behind than a lot of stuff. Neither have a totally flat screen, which may account for it.

    Of course I'm biased I bought a Xelos ;)
     
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    Thanks but I'm really looking for a totally flatscreen.
     

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