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Trying to find a Sony KV32DS60 or '65

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Joe Pineapples, Aug 13, 2002.

  1. Joe Pineapples

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    Wondered if anyone had come across one of these, as maybe an ex-demo model etc.?

    cheers

    Dean
     
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    Do you mean LS60 and LS65? I've never heard of DS60 and DS65.
     
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    The DS60 was Sony's first TV with built in digital tuner.
    Other features include 100hz and a flat vega screen.
     
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    Not DX60? :)
     
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    I have the 28DS60 it was released in 1999 as Sony's first IDTV.
    If you go to Home Cinema Choice and check out their old reviews you will see an extensive review of the 32" set.
    If I recall correctly What TV and Video voted it TV of the year in its awards issue in 1999.
     
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    Ta. Shall investigate. :) (I knew if I persisted long enough you'd tell me ;) :D)
     
  7. Joe Pineapples

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    yep, i do mean the 1999 DS60 or later DS65 - which i believe was still in the last Sony tv brochure (looks identical in appearence to the FS70).

    I actually much prefer this design to any of those that have come since - it looks equally at home in what most people regard as an 'ordinary' living room, or one of those designer jobs they seem to favout a lot in the brochures (perhaps to go with their bright silver shiny sets?).

    Dean
     
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    DS65 is a DS60 with all updates applied and a slightly different colour.

    The DX100 sounds better equipped.

    I prefer my DX20 to the DS60 - my parents wanted 100Hz, but the DS60 was a bit quirky.

    Never worked out how disable SVM on it!
     
  9. Joe Pineapples

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    hi martin

    probably going to get egg on my face, but whats SVM?

    dean
     
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    SVM is an artificial sharpening technique used to make Who wants to be a millionare questions unreadable
     

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