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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Tim Hess, Jan 15, 2002.

  1. Tim Hess

    Tim Hess Second Unit

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    I'm looking for large flat-tubed HDTVs (not an HDTV 'Monitor'). Also, anyone knwwo of a TV with more than 2 Component inputs?
    Anyone? [​IMG]
     
  2. Jack Briggs

    Jack Briggs Executive Producer

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    That describes quite a few current direct-view sets, the most famous of which are the Sony WEGAs, especially the XBR series. JVC, Toshiba, RCA's new Scenium line, Philips, and others are all jumping on the flat-faced market. And HD-capable sets normally carry two sets of component inputs, one of the wideband (for HD).

    Give the Sony KV-36XBR450 a serious look. (And you might still be able to find some 2001 XBR400s at awesome discounts.)
     
  3. Tim Hess

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    Thanks. I currently using a Panny 32" TAU and I'm finding that I really want something bigger and with 16:9 (I've also had some 'issues' with the set. I'm looking at the Panny PT-47WX51 for its size/features/price. My problem is that it is a projection set and I'm fond of the flat tube quality : and I can't see boosting up to the 34" TAU.
     

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