Which CRT Tv for Gaming ( Component )

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  1. BIONIC MAN

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    Hi

    I'm looking for a widescreen Tv for Gaming Only :p

    Must have the following connection's

    32inch Widescreen
    Component input & rear Audio input for Component
    1 or 2 RGB Scart inputs
    100 hz for 60 hz games


    So what's the best all rounder for the above :smashin:


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  2. Electric Mayhem

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    Have a look at the JVC HV32D25, can be got for around 850 quid if you shop about. Has 3 scarts (2 x RGB), Component Inputs (accepts both PAL and NTSC progressive) and a 5th AV Input (S-Video & Composite). It also has both Optical and Coaxial digital inputs and analogue audio inputs. NTSC is set at 60hz but PAL is upped to 75Hz on this TV (unless it's a Progressive signal). The Super Digipure circuit increases resolution to 1250i for PAL and 1500i for NTSC and for gaming looks superb. :)
     
  3. Magsy

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    I'm a bit behind the times with CRT tellys, Im a PJ user so I just have a cheap 28 widescreen.

    But, do these tellys now offer, true progressive display? Ie like a pc monitor ?
    What resolution do they claim it at?
     

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