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Universal MVP42EV Plasma Screen

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by tulloch2003, Feb 4, 2004.

  1. tulloch2003

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    Hi any one know if this screen is any good please. Can get it for £2000 new.

    Universal MVP 42EV plasma screen


    The Evolution MVP42EV has the following great features which make it a outstanding plasma screen on the market today:

    Has a built in TV tuner with teletext, does auto tuning and channel sorting for you.

    It also has an anti reflection filter, the viewing angle is 160 degrees, has a good brightness at 570 candela with a 600:1 contrast ratio.

    Also it has the following inputs, 1 x Scart, S video, YUV, RGB PC with an audio out. It also has a inbuilt 2 X 30W amplifier and inbuilt graphic equaliser.

    The screen format can be either 16:9 or 4:3 depending on what you are watching and has a in built screen saver.

    Universal MVP 42EV plasma screen specification

    Screen size (diagonal) 42
    Aspect ratio 16:9 widescreen format
    Viewing angle >160°

    Pixels (horizontal x vertical) 852x480
    Computer resolutions VGA
    Max without compression
    Video compatible Yes

    Brightness (cd/m2) 570
    Contrast ratio 600:1
    Speakers Optional

    Weight (KG) 350.0
    Depth (cm) 95
    Size (mm) 1030 x 630 x 95

    Class B
    Application Home cinema, corporate, education, retail, and industrial

    Additional features TV tuner with teletext

    Warranty (UK) 2 year RTB warranty



    Regards Tulloch
     
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    The spec is pretty horrid by today's standards. With only 600:1 contrast, images are likely to be flat and lifeless with subdued colours and no real blacks. If it's very cheap and all you can afford, go ahead, but brace yourself for a not terribly good screen. It's likely to be based on an outdated Korean made panel.

    Read again £2k for that? They must be kidding! Try relysis, can be had for less and makes some attempt to be decent.
     
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    Ok MAW cheers for info what are this best panal about then. Plus best bang for my buck today to replace a 32in wide screen all round. Will only using RGB.

    Regards Trevor
     
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    Probably the same glass, but at least the rest of it comes recommended. Do a search for relisys, they do a 42" that's good value.
     
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    the TECHWOOD glass if not the holl thing is a rebaged SAMSUNG plasma screen
     
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    and a 40" commercial panel IIRC, £2k buys a decent screen if you are shrewd!
     
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    Hi MAW which model number would you go for from there range.

    Regards Tulloch
     
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    I'm confussed!! Who does make techwood??
     

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