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Which TFT/LCD ?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Gliese 581c, Dec 24, 2002.

  1. Gliese 581c

    Gliese 581c
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    Hi guys....I'm looking for some advice....I want to buy a 15" or 17" lcd tv for my bedroom with s-video out. Could anyone give me some advice on which to buy.

    Thanks
     
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    I saw this:

    http://www.panasonic.co.uk/product/lcdctv/TX15LT2.htm

    In John Lewis and was very impressed. They also do it
    with a built in DVD player. Its takes S-video and RGB.

    I also saw Sony's latest offerings and they are fantastic also, but Sony haven't updated their website. [Sony have the worst website in the world IMHO].

    Regards,
    Neil.
     
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    The Sharp Aquos TVs beat the Panasonics in one important respect - the vertical viewing angle is MUCH greater. Try crouching and looking upwards at the Pannys. You can't get much below the horizontal before the image becomes unwatchable. Then repeat the experiment on the Sharp.
     
  4. Gliese 581c

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    thanks guys, i'll check them both out.
     

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