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SONY FS76 compared to the SONY DX200

Discussion in 'TVs' started by WSH, Nov 24, 2002.

  1. WSH

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    I cant see any difference between the two sets besides a different chassis and the DX200 is an IDTV. Are there any other differences?

    Do I wait for the DX200 or go for the analogue only FS76 now?
     
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    I went for the NX200. It looks much nicer and I just didn't want yet another separate box/remote in case digital really takes off. Question is are you prepared to pay the extra. The Sony shops are selling the 36" for £2800. The "normal" retail price for the FS76 is £2000.
    I don't think there are any other extra features to make the picture look better. They all seem to share the same DRC-MF technology.
     
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    I meant the NX in that case.

    £800 extra for DITV when a pace/panasonic/grundig box costs £100? Surely there's something else included? £700 doesnt cover the PCMCIA Slot and the memory slot!

    BTW PCMCIA Slot what the fudge?
     

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