Thoughts on Toshiba 34HF81C...

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  1. Atho

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    Well, I need to decide on a set fairly quickly. The 34" widescreen toshiba looks relaly nice and some people have recommended it. Also, audioreviews.com has 3 users giving it 5 stars. I wondered if anyone owns one or is condidering one and what thier thoughts were. Here's the link:
    http://www.toshiba.ca/ceg/html/34HF81C.htm
    Thanks!
     
  2. RoyGBiv

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  3. John Corbett

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    I have had this set for a couple of weeks. Do a search using 34HF81 and you will see my post of my first impressions. BTW I still love it.

    John
     
  4. Will Pomeroy

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    I have it, and it is absolutely fantastic! I made a really nice stand for it, if you want one I can sell you one for about $8000 [​IMG] (just because I don't really want to make another one)
    If you have any questions about it, pleas feel free to ask
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  5. Gregg Loewen

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    I calibrated one a couple of weeks ago and I would strongly consider this set if I were looking for a tube set in that size.
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  6. Will Pomeroy

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    Calibrated? is that something I can do myself to make my TV better?
     
  7. Gregg Loewen

    Gregg Loewen Video Standards Instructor, THX Ltd.
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    Re calibration:

    well you can start by buying (then using) video essentials or Avia.

    To get an accurate grey scale you will have to get it professionally calibrated.

    Gregg
     

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