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speakers and RGB to Plasma VGA Converter for me pw7 ?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Procter, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Procter

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    im finally biuying my pw7 first thing tomorrow but for now i want to know where to get some cheap speakers


    but if anyone can tell me that name of the german company where you can buy reallly good speakers from for about £150 quid i will get them straight away


    thanks in advance

    Is it really worth buying a RGB to Plasma VGA Converter from the start ?
     
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    what would you use converter for?....also if you search for canton speakers in speaker forum you should find german company....it's teck something i think
     
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    using the converter for ps2 ntl digital and pc ,someone recommended it
     
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    it is very good, but whether you need it straight away depends on what terminal boards you have coming and what other kit you have, dvdr, amp etc as they all give connection options. The JS will normally offer big improvements but may be best to see if you are happy with what you have first.
     
  5. Procter

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    thanks for the words MEP i get the panny with jus tthe scart board which for starters i will hook upto a scart selector box until i decide my next move (eg dvd speakers etc..)

    any ideas people prob have a budget of £500
     
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    you'll find quite a few all in one solutions for around the 500 quid mark, though i prefer seperates myself, but have a look in the all in one forum for some ideas maybe...good luck with it all mate
     
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    sheesh....wish I'd known about you before I shelled out over £420 for my cd1 a few months back!
     
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    After reading about the Canton CD1 I am seriously considering purchasing it, could anyone suggest a suitable amp to power it?? Im looking to spend about £200
     
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    i have mine running witha yamaha rx-450 which you should be able to pick up for about £200
     
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    Pioneer VCXS402 is a nice match too as is the Pio 714
     

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