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Thomson 42KH413S 42in 4:3 Rear Projection TV - any advice?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by BenedictGilman, May 5, 2005.

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  1. BenedictGilman

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    I've been looking around and this seems to be quite well priced (£600 from Argos) for a screen of this size with a 100Hz refresh rate and I was wondering whether anyone had any advice on it or whether anyone had one.

    Specs are:

    Silver
    107cm visible screen size.
    100Hz refresh rate.
    Virtual Dolby surround sound.
    2 x 10w RMS power output.
    Teletext with fastext and 128 page memory.
    Auto setup.
    Auto search tuner.
    Auto search sorting.
    Sleep timer.
    Child lock.
    3.5mm Headphone socket.
    Front AV socket.
    Front S-video.
    Universal remote control (2 x AA batteries supplied).
    230v AC mains operation.
    2 SCART sockets.
    Size (H)132.5, (W)101.0, (D)52cm
     
  2. Razor

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    The tv you are after is a lcd or crt rear pro and not a DLP rear pro. You will get more help in the TV forums. Link below

    http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=42


    I have seen this set and the picture isnt very good, actually its terrible. I would personally steer clear, especially of 4:3 TV's. If you have limited funds look at a widescreen tosh rear pro.

    Good luck :)
     
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    You've posted this already, and I moved it to the right place.

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