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Viewsonic N2750W??

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by probedb, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. probedb

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    Hi all,

    Does anyone have any experience of this screen? It's got no digital input but I'm looking at it short term then it would move to the bedroom and only have a freeview tuner attached, maybe DVD player.

    It's a very nice price and even Home Cinema Choice have given it a good review, certainly better than a similar Sony offering but I wondered if anyone else had any experience?

    To start I'll be feeding 1280x720 native over the VGA cable from my HTPC.

    Cheers!

    Paul.
     
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    Well since no-one is interested I got this email from Viewsonic about formats supported since they don't say on the website:

    N2750W accepts 480p@60 Hz , 576p@50Hz and 720p & 1080i @ 50 and 60Hz on Component input.

    I'm definitely going to be getting one after I've sold my CRT and I'll let people know my thoughts....not that anyone seems to be interested.

    £650 27" LCD!
     
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    To be honest, £650 for that size is about average. It certainly is not the cheapest one I've seen at that price...

    There's a 27 inch Tosh going for about £550-£600 delivered I believe..

    Ben
     
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    I know prolly not the cheapest but it actually got a good review from HCC and was much better than a similar sized Sony for connectivity and picture quality.

    If there's any better true 16:9 displays around a similar price that have component and computer compatibility then I'm interested. Just never any response when I've posted before asking about <32" LCD TVs.

    Cheers for the info :)
     
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    What about video 7 27inch from misco at £528.00.
    has two componant, vga [rgb] rs232 plus other inputs?
     
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    Or maybe the new Samsung 26incher..

    Don't know the model number though, will find it..

    Ben

    EDIT: Found it.. Samsung LE26R41B / LE26R51B
     
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    Well I just ordered the Viewsonic from Overclockers and I'll let people know my verdict over the next couple of days :) I have normal DVD, computer, and upscaled DVD via PC and hi-def on the PC to test so I'm looking forward to it!
     

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