tv's with no red push?

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  1. Mario_C

    Mario_C Stunt Coordinator

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    I am looking to buy a 4:3 NTSC tv that has no red push. My curent RCA has this. I was loking at the Toshibas. Any thoughts?
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  2. ThomasL

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    My 27A40 has a very balanced color decoder (i.e. green, red and blue all tend to be around 0 +/- 5 percent when calibrated with Avia using the blue filter. I can't speak for the current model - 27A41 or for the newer RPTVs from Toshiba. I can say that my Toshiba 20AF41 does suffer from red push (+ 15 percent) so I'm not hopeful that the new AF models from Toshiba will do any better.
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  3. Jay Mitchosky

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    Toshiba as you suggest, at least the latest and previous generations (the X81 series prior had huge red push, 20-25%). The H & HX series sets run at roughly 5% red pull (undersaturated) - I have made the same reading on my set (50HX70) using Avia, as has Jeff Kowerchuk (56H80), as has Gary Merson from The Perfect Vision (56H80).
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