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Sony or Panasonic???

Discussion in 'Panasonic TVs Forum' started by AUDAGOST, Nov 23, 2003.

  1. AUDAGOST

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    I would like to invest in a 15" LCD TV & a DVD Recorder. I've come down to 2 choices:

    1) The Sony KLV-15SR2 & Sony RDR-GX7, or

    2) The Panasonic TX-15LT2 & Panasonic DMR-E50.

    Price wise, they are pretty much equal, so which set do I go for??

    I've seen varied reviews of each piece of kit and they all seem first class. I was just wondering if anyone can recommend which one I go for. In terms of quality, which set is the best?
     
  2. hornydragon

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    get a sharp Aquos LC15e1e and an E50 having them both the same make is of no real advantage and Sharp LCD are much better than panny.
     
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    I have a Panasonic 15" LCD I though the picture wasn't that good until.. my panny 5 plasma broke down (soon to be replace with a panny 6 from those really nice people at panasonic - for nowt) and I had to watch my 15" LCD instead. After many hours playing I got a very very good picture, the picture setting seem to depend on the surrounding light conditions.
     
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    they do the big advantage of sharps ASV panel is the fact that the ASV panel works well in both high and low ambient light conditions.
     

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