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Sony 37" LCD

Discussion in 'Sony TVs Forum' started by graystreet, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. graystreet

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    This is only my second post so be gentle with me.

    I've been reading these forums for a while and you guys seem to be able to get info before the average person so here's a question for you.

    Has anyone heard of Sony producing a 37" LCD screen next year, they already do a 32" which wouldn't be much of a step up from my current 32" CRT and a 42" LCD would mean me moving out of my lounge to watch it so a 37" it has to be.

    I've always had a bias towards Sony stuff but can't find a 37" LCD.

    Any info please?

    Thanks in advance.

    Merry Christmas.
     
  2. Rob20

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    Don't buy a new tv that doesn't have either HDMI or DVI connections as you need one of these digital connections to be compatible with Sky's hi-def service come 2006. Also, it might be a requirement for Blu-Ray. Therefore, unless you wish to buy a new 37" set in 2006, sit tight. New Sony tvs with HDMI are less than 6 months to a year away. :)
     
  3. graystreet

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    Thanks for the advice Rob20. Think I'll take your advice and wait a while. I'm in no rush as my present TV is fine.

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