TECO 32 Inch LCD TV - HD Ready, HDMI - £493.44 inc.VAT

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    TECO 32 Inch LCD TV - HD Ready, HDMI - £493.44 inc.VAT

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    TV here

    # Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    # Brightness: 500 (cd/m²)
    # Contrast: 1200:1
    # Resolution: 1388 * 768
    # View Angle: 176 / 176
    # Response Time: 8/6ms (Tr/Tf)
    # 3D Comb filter
    # Nicam/A2
    # Surround sound
    # Audio output: 10W+10W
    # 8 OSD languages
    # Teletext : 1000
    # HD ready (720p/1080i)
    # HDMI*2
    # SCART*2

    Anyone know of this LCD. What manufacturing companies panel does it actually use? 2 x HDMI, 8ms/6ms Response with 1200:1 contrast seems rather good fr such a cheap price. I guess it doesnt have the wega quality picture enhancing software.
     
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    Never heard of them before, but a trawl on Google mentioned a link to Relisys but i couldn't find this relationship on the offical website:
    http://www.tecogroups.com.tw/en_version/b02.asp
    but then I found it the other way around:
    http://www.relisys.com/default.asp?page=14
    A quick read on some of the Tapei sites suggests they are perceived at the lower end of the market but it might be the difference between say a Goodmans and a Thompson rather than an Acer and Sagem!
    Depends on wht you want to do with it. A cheap TV for a games room it may be ideal, but as for a main Tv set you could be riding your luck...:confused:

    Just as an aside..I'm trying to find some table that shows which TV's have HDMI and HDCP as in some cases sets with HDMI may not alwasy support HDCP through the connection. Happy for someone to put me right on that!
     
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    does anyone know if this can output the full wxga resolution via vga? as i will be hooking my tv up to it. I believe some lcd tv's are crippled to only 1024x768

    cheers
    M.
     

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