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SONY KDFE42A12U any good?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by BandofBrothers, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. BandofBrothers

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    (I did a quick search and found nothing relating to this exact model)

    Is this HDTV any good?

    http://www.comet.co.uk/comet/html/cache/650_274453.html

    (I just noticed its on Robert Whytes site too cheaper etc)

    Specs wise it looks okay, but how will it be for games and other fast moving images?

    (Its around the same price as some of the bigger 50" samsung screens, but I have always liked Sony)

    (I am using a regular 28" jvc widescreen TV atm, non hdtv etc, so will this be a "VERY VERY good upgrade?)

    If you own this tv, can you plz post pics.

    Does this tv have all the connections Im ever likely to need?



    Thx for any help:)
     
  2. dunamis

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    Same price as the new D5 LCD projectors (Sanyo Z4, Panasonic AE900 etc.)...I don't think you're going to find many people here that would buy a rear projection TV over a front projector that easily gives a quality image twice the size. :D

    You sure you want to buy that? :devil: ;)

    dunamis
     
  3. Kramer

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    Moved to rear pro TVs.

    :smoke:
     
  4. daKlone

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    There are a few threads on it's bigger brother, the KDFE50A12, here on the forums. I think you could reasonably expect the 42" to be similar, if not very slightly better.
     

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