Wega 32 to Tosh65?

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  1. JoelM

    JoelM Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a Wega 32 TV at the moment and am currently looking into a Tosh65HX81. I love the picture on my Wega but it is way to small for me. I guess my main question would be..will I be upset at the picture quality of the Tosh? I am only going to run DVD's though it so I rarly will watch cable. I guess I just need some praise to push me that extra inch.
     
  2. Dave Miller

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    Joel,

    I've had my Tosh 65H80 for about nine months and couldn't be happier. It is coupled w/ a Panny RP91 and DVD's look fantastic. My wife and I were watching Moulin Rouge just last night and both commented on how stunning the picture was.

    In all fairness, I did have my set professionally calibrated. My Dad has a 36" Wega and it looks good, but I'm partial to my Tosh. I've NEVER seen another TV and thought that it had a better picture than mine. Properly calibrated, they are just great TV's. Enjoy!

    Peace,

    DM
     
  3. Jack Briggs

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    Joel: What kind of WEGA do you have? An XBR model, or an FV- or FS-series model? Stepping up to the ATSC-based Tosh will seem like a huge leap in quality if you're still watching an NTSC-only WEGA. But it will seem less a leap if you're enjoying an XBR model--due mostly to the greater light output of the direct-view set.

    But, all other things being equal, the Tosh is the better set, as it can resolve more true detail.
     
  4. JoelM

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    Yes it's a older Wega so it will seem like a huge leap in quality...I can hardly wait
     

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