Which 36" TV to buy

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by David A, Jul 16, 2002.

  1. David A

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    Hi,

    I'm after reccomendations for a 36" TV. I've already got a yamaha dspx620 av amp, and all the surround speakers, a pioneer dv444 dvd player and SKY digital. Therefore the dobly digital/dts aren't wholly necessary from the TV.

    Also a cabinet isn't totally necessary as well as I have an AV bench/rack to put it on.

    Any reccomendations?

    Or to throw more ideas in the pot should I consider a rear projection??:confused: :confused:


    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Oblivion

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    Id go for the Toshiba 36ZD26P

    Nicam stero and Progressive Scan. A few of use have the 32 inch model and have yet to hear a bad thing about the set :D

    Paul
     
  3. beavis

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    I would have a look at one of the new Toshibas in a shop as the look is definitely personal taste..much like the picture frame tv's. Personally, I would go for the Philips 9607, looks the biz..and a lot less plastic!
     
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    Philips 36 9607 has a Panasonic tube, this has been officially confirmed by Philips.
    Go for the Philips which has philips software and the exceptionally good Panasonic tube.
     

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