tv's with progressive scan

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  1. quiet robert

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    anyone reccomend any good widescreen tv's the are progressive capable.

    no plasma/lcd suggestons please
     
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    Have you tried the TV forum?
     
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    doens't the new panasonic 36" crt screen have it. It looks awsome.

    is it the 36PD?? or PX ??
     
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    It's both the TX-36PD30 and the TX-32PD30.
    I've just ordered the 32" version and although it's on lead time, I've saved nearly £500 from the shop price!
     
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    The wifes Dad is a Panasonic dealer and has the 32" set up in his shop. I've had a play and have been very impressed - unfortunately though he doesn't have a PS player to really have a go. Changing to PS does make a bit of difference to normal images though but I found the 75Hz/833 to be preferable for Freeview and PS for DVD. The TV will auto switch to PS on a NTSC input (as far as I can recall in the manual)
    The 36" is a monster, I helped him deliver one to a customer last Saturday and it weighs in at a not inconsiderable 89Kg. They look very good in the flesh and would have been my choice last year until he came up with a 42" 5 series plasma at £1700.:D
     
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    One again Panasonic (god bless this Japanese Company):

    TX-32PH40
    TX-32PX20
     
  7. quiet robert

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    any sony's?
     
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    Hi,

    I'm afraid Sony can't even manage to fit interlaced component inputs on their European CRTs, so progressive is a definite :thumbsdow

    Steve
     

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