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Yet Another Cheap 32" LCD TV

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Xelon, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. Xelon

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    Branded as Video7\Acer £1049 delivered @ Ebuyer, not a bad spec either, maybe a pricing trend for 2005? See specs below.



    V7 LTV32D

    The silver coloured LTV32D is the new flagship of V7 videoseven. With a panel size of 31.5 inch and a brilliant screen quality he guaranteed a perfect television expierence.


    31.5" LCD Panel (80 cm)
    600:1 Contrast
    500 cd/m² brightness
    18 ms Response time
    176°/176° Viewing Angle H/V
    DVI/VGA
    1366 x 768

    Cable Tuner (Hyperband), Virtual Surround, Sleep/On Timer, PIP-Function (Picture-in-Picture, HDTV ready,Teletext (100 pages), Silver design, wallmountable(VESA 200 mm)and many more...
     
  2. richjthorpe

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    Might be a little slow to get rid of all the smearing. Specs don't really say anything about a tv though, the proof is in the pudding !

    Richie.
     
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    Also, it apparently has no RGB on either of the 2 SCART connectors, just plain composite signals. Another reason that put it off of my list...

    (What about that RGB-VGA input for PC or DTV set-top boxes? I assume I wouldn't be able to use a simple Scart-RGB to VGA adapter cable, if such a thing existed?)
     
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    Yup, the specs are decent for the price, but Pixel Response is definitely on the slow side. This set would suit businesses using it for displays at shows or conferences. Bit of a weird one...

    Jimmy
     
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    Anyone actually bought one of these? In the manual it states it can do 720p and 1080i. I know nothing about HDCP/HDTV etc. I take it needs more than this then to be compatible with the SKY HDTV service. Can HDTV connect through component slots or only via HDMI or DVI?

    Sorry if the answers to these are obvious.

    Steviemacca
     

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