low profile RPTVs?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Oren, Nov 16, 2001.

  1. Oren

    Oren Stunt Coordinator

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    OK, well, I'm still shopping and now I'm considering a low profile RPTV in the small (42-43") range.
    A smooth, film-like image is a plus, as well as doing the vertical squeeze. HDTV is not necessary. I want it low profile because it will go on my component stand which is about 28" high (the Bello AVS4201A).
     
  2. Craig

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    The Toshiba 42" widescreen is sometimes referred to as a table top model, but that's pushing it a little. It's probably the lowest profile RPTV you'll find in the 42" range although Samsung makes some pretty sleek 40" models.
     
  3. Dwight Amato

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    the 46" Mitsu is very low profile, and is considered a tabletop model. You might want to look at this set.
    I bought the 47" panny, and it is much lower then it's competitors, but not as low as the mitsu.
     

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