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Panasonic 47WX49 basic questions...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Han, Jul 11, 2001.

  1. Han

    Han Second Unit

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    Sorry, my interest in this set has only recently started up. Budget is the primary reason...
    1) In 4x3 mode, does the picture ever "roam" (gray bar burn in purposes)? Like does it slightly move to the left or to the right once in a while, or even appear at a different location each time the set is turned on?
    2) Lock in full mode on progressive component inputs, yes/no?
    3) What's the weight of the set and stand together?
    4) What's the length and depth of the top of the set (center speaker purposes)?
    5) Does it remember separate zoom/AR modes for each input (ideally, I'd want to maintain "Just" for cableTV and "Full" for DVD)?
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  2. Carlo Medina

    Carlo Medina Executive Producer

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    3) I believe Panasonic lists the set at around 180 lbs. The set and the stand are one, not separate, unit.
    4) Although the depth of the set is about 24", the top is only 6 3/4" for center speaker purposes.
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  3. Jeff Leigh

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    2) Yes, locks in full mode with progressive signals
    5) Yes, remembers the zoom setting separately for each input
    It would have been nice though if you could set different picture settings (color, brightness) for each input.
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