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Toshiba 27A41

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Adam Lenhardt, Jan 20, 2002.

  1. Adam Lenhardt

    Adam Lenhardt Executive Producer

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    Being on a budget, my home theater setup is rather modest. However, the old television finally kicked the bucket (it made a grinding noise for about two months and then something popped and it went deal.) As long as I was upgrading, I'd decided to move from a 25" to a 27" and make use of the S-Video connection via my DVD player. That said, I did my research, and the Toshiba 27A41 seemed like the best bang for the buck for under $300.
    Is there anything I should no about this television before the 30 day return limit expires?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    Adam, I got that TV for my GF this christmas and so far it seems like a great TV, no issues.
     
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    Thanks, Luke.
     
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    While I don't have the same model, I've been using the 27A50 for about a year now, and I have no complaints. It's a great TV for the cash. It also has component inputs too, so that's another bonus.

    Lowell
     
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    Well, this model has the component inputs too, unfortuneately, my DVD player doesn't have the component outputs[​IMG]. However, this is the first TV we've had that has the S-Video imput. The difference between that and the composite RCA connections is night and day!!!!
    The only problem I've seen is that the TV has about a 1/8" of an inch clock-wise tilt.
     

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