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Yee Ha. Decision made and plasma ordered. Now need to work out wiring !!!

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by tonymccandless, May 7, 2003.

  1. tonymccandless

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    Hi All

    After all investigation and chatting, emails and talking to sellers I have decided on Pio 433MXEV.

    Reasons were:

    * No fan noise
    * Card slot for upgrades
    * Price
    * No reliance on external tuner box for processing


    I should get it in next week or so and now need to work out how to wire in :-

    * PS/2
    * DVD (Scare/Svideo just now but buying 757 soon)
    * Sky

    Also need a tuner, probably a Zinwell Prov+ but unsure about inputs on this.

    Any experience from 433MXE owners appreciated.

    Cheers

    T :cool:
     
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    Good choice.

    PS2 - don't have one.

    DVD - use component when you get the new machine, direct into the plasma. the 433 has BNC connectors so buy the appropriate cable or use BNC/RCA adaptors. For the time being use s-video. Not worth lashing out £145 on a JS RGB/Component converter if you're about to upgrade.

    Sky - use RGB out via a JS Scart/VGA adapter and then to the VGA input on the screen. Great pictures.

    Why the tuner if you have Sky?
     

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