Worth getting the Wharfedale HDMI freeview for £10 more than the scart box?

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by DanTheMan[OcUK], Sep 21, 2007.

  1. DanTheMan[OcUK]

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    Looking to buy the Wharfedale DV832B today for £25 and noticed there's a HDMI version for £10 more. Do you reckon that there'll be any picture quality difference using HDMI than a RGB Scart cable?

    Any other benefits?
     
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    Hi. I see you asked this question in September. Have you been and bought it by now? If so, what do you think of it?

    I have read some people saying a hdmi connection would be better than a scart because it is all digital but others have said it would make very little difference.

    However, there are other posts saying the scart-only 832 had stability problems and was repalced with an improved 832n, which is not available anywhere anymore. If the hdmi is a newer version, is it based on the later 832n? Would it be more stable than the old 832 scart-only bopxes Argos is still selling?
     

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