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What's the NTL Digital picture like on a Bravia?

shoehorn

Active Member
I have posted this in the NTL forum, but haven't had any response, so maybe better to post it here.... any thoughts please?

I've got NTL Digital and am just about to buy a Sony Bravia - but I'm not sure which size to get....
After lots of reading it seems I should be sat 2.5x the screen size away, but then it depends on the source as well...
So is NTL Digital a good source for the KDL-40V2000?
Is 2.5m far enough away to have a great picture?
(closest chair will be 2.5m furthest >3.5m)
Should I go for the KDL-32V2000 instead?
I have the Samsung Box for my NTL Digital.
Oh...... is the freeview in these sets any good?
Thanks.....
 

speedski

Active Member
shoehorn said:
I have posted this in the NTL forum, but haven't had any response, so maybe better to post it here.... any thoughts please?

I've got NTL Digital and am just about to buy a Sony Bravia - but I'm not sure which size to get....
After lots of reading it seems I should be sat 2.5x the screen size away, but then it depends on the source as well...
So is NTL Digital a good source for the KDL-40V2000?
Is 2.5m far enough away to have a great picture?
(closest chair will be 2.5m furthest >3.5m)
Should I go for the KDL-32V2000 instead?
I have the Samsung Box for my NTL Digital.
Oh...... is the freeview in these sets any good?
Thanks.....

Can't tell you in regards to a Bravia, but I have a 32" Samsung and it is usually very good quality, the only bad stuff is whe they transmit stuff long distance. e.g. the Tri-Nations rugby from SA/NZ looks crap due to the poor quality feed...

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maccrazy

Guest
NZ looks crap due to the poor quality feed...
You probably get a better picture than we actually see it in NZ on FTA, which is still analogue :rolleyes: - until we get Freeview next year. :)
 

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