Widescreen Tv with Best convergence?

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  1. FlyingBig

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    Not including Sony and Toshiba (i have my reasons which i won't go into) as i have had issues from both companies relating to their widescreen range. Please only respond if you have had issues with geometry before and eventually hit gold with a particular set. Thanks.

    P.S. feel free to mention 4:3 tvs that are worthy of mention.
     
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    had problems with sony, but just bought a philips 32pw9308 and the review mags says it has exemplary convergance.and the pic is the best on the market.
     
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    sry gypsy.....mixed up convergence with geometry lol...DOH!

    P.S. i have edited my post, gypsy is not stupid!
     
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    as im struggling to find a JVC 32D40 that doesnt have both problems, tried two set so far.
     
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    theres gotta be somone out there who has bought a set and not touched the service menu.
     
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    Well yes, my 32ZP48 but the original poster won't let us mention Toshiba. Regards, yt.
     
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    my prob is i wanted that set to begin with but JL dont stock it :(
     
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    Hi, they might not stock it but they may get one for you. They offered one to me (after presumably phoning HQ for a price) but it was way too much. That was 3/4 months ago. Worth asking them ? Regards, yt.
     
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    After massive geometry issues with Toshiba, I bought my Philips 32PW9617 almost two years ago. The minor problems it had were easily fixed in the service menu. Many Loewe TVs I have seen have also had good geometry. You should remember, that at there is still an element of luck involved. If perfect geometry is a must, I suggest you look at one of the alternative technologies to CRT e.g. LCD or Plasma. :)
     

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