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craigizmo2k2

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:rolleyes:

Well it needs to be said, i HATE my 14" tv which i have to use for dvds, video and normal tv.

One rant about it: Not flat, it's rounded in the corners and only one scart.

2nd rant about it: Mono.

Does anyone know where i can get a nice BIGGER tv with the "pointed" corners, at least one RGB scart and is nicam?!
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Originally posted by craigizmo2k2
Does anyone know where i can get a nice BIGGER tv with the "pointed" corners, at least one RGB scart and is nicam?!
Yes. It's called a shop. :D

If you want advice on what sort of TV to get, you'll need to be a bit more specific as to your requirements ;)
 
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craigizmo2k2

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I did give my needs! I thought it was specific! Well at least 21" will do for me personally as i dont have the biggest of rooms.

S-vid, rgb is a must!
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Don't you want a widescreen TV? A 28" widescreen would do you nicely for your room. I used to have a 21" regular TV and replaced it with a 28" widescreen which is just the right size for my little lounge :)

If you still want a 21" regular TV, then Philips are a good bet with nice pictures at a good price IMO. Should have RGB and S-Video but not at the bottom of the range.

Sony also make some nice 4:3 sets but they are pricey. They use Sony's flatscreen technology (called WEGA).

Basically, if you want pointed corners, you're really after a flatscreen.
 
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Budville

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If you do want a widescreen, you can get them in 24" flat screen as well. Like the Sony KV-24LS35, but like Squirell God said, they can be a bit pricey.
 
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craigizmo2k2

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Don't want a sony, all your paying for is the logos and the plastic imo and nice vertical lines...

I do like sony but not their new tvs.

Philips or jvc will be my best bet.

Thanks for the help.

CHOW!
 

James45

Standard Member
Originally posted by craigizmo2k2
Don't want a sony, all your paying for is the logos and the plastic imo and nice vertical lines...

I do like sony but not their new tvs.

Philips or jvc will be my best bet.

Thanks for the help.

CHOW!

that really shows how little you know about TVs then!
 

-Jay-

Banned
james 45 says you who can`t work your remote for single digit:D

craig try www.empiredirect.co.uk great company & good prices.
 

James45

Standard Member
you try it then!!:D
seriously tho its a quirky set there are some really weird ways of doing things on it.
 
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craigizmo2k2

Guest
that really shows how little you know about TVs then!

No actually mate it shows what my eyes prefer, expecially after i've owned a philips and a jvc tv before, the only reason i dont have them anymore is because we were renting them.
 
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Squirrel God

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Squirrel God is a Sony owner.

Squirrel God has no "vertical lines" (or scrolling bars, to give them their correct name) on his Sony set.

Squirrel God sent back 2 Philips sets and 1 JVC set before he settled on his Sony.

Most manufacturers have duff models and corking models.

Nuff said ;)
 
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craigizmo2k2

Guest
Yes i have owned a sony tv before and had nothing but problems and was deeply dissapointed as it was one of their new WEGA models.

Anyways peeps i shal be demoing tv sets this afternoon and apologise if i prefer the sony sets :D
 

James45

Standard Member
The 'you're paying for the logo' argument just doesn't cut it with Sony sets IMHO, I've never seen another manufacturers set that comes close in terms of picture and build quality. And that includes Loewes as well.

As for the kv28ls35 quirks how many devices have audio-outs with a variable output level changed by the sets volume control!!:eek: And if anyone can answer this single digit question??
 

bh

Standard Member
Originally posted by craigizmo2k2
:rolleyes:

Well it needs to be said, i HATE my 14" tv which i have to use for dvds, video and normal tv.

One rant about it: Not flat, it's rounded in the corners and only one scart.

2nd rant about it: Mono.

Does anyone know where i can get a nice BIGGER tv with the "pointed" corners, at least one RGB scart and is nicam?!

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Is this OK??? :D :D

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