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Hello guys so our family has finally decided to get a third tv in our home and wanna hang it on the wall in kitchen.


So my concern is i don't have cable , i have fta to view only sd channels i don't intend to get any hd channels. For viewing sd channels in best picture quality possible what do i have to search? like I don't want something too expensive but i want the picture too look great in sd channels. so please if some one can help me out i appreciate.

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Use the SEARCH button, and look for "SD" on subject for this subforum, of conversations ever posted.

Don't expect miracle, always depends on quality of source material.
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couldn't find the info can u please help here? i really appreciate. thanks
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Try to see a Toshiba SL417U

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Originally Posted by lcdtvbuyingguide View Post


Picture Quality Rating (Non-HD): 7.5/10



A crisp, colorful shot from the DVD of Kill Bill shows how well the SL417 can upconvert lower resolution signals..

The Toshiba's processor did a great job of upconverting lower end signals to its full 1080p resolution.
It especially shines when vertical pattern information is displayed such as ties, or blinds. Color output was just as good as with HD programming.

HQV Video Board Processing Tests

The SL417 received excellent results in processing testing. One of the best onboard video processors we've ever tested.

With 480i Input

Jaggies 1: Good
Jaggies 2: Avg. to Good result
Jaggies Flag Motion Test: Good

Noise Reduction: Avg. result
Film Detail Test Race Car/Stadium Seating: Good result, got rid of moire' immediately

Film based Pulldown tests (applicable to DVDs)

Cadence 2-2 30fps: Avg. result
Cadence 3-2 24fps: V. Good to excellent result

http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/...a-46sl417.html
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...3#post21099323

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the thing is this i don't need any extra features like most tv offer now. all i want is good picture quality with my fta receiver. so for that do u think samsung lcd tv is good?
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i thought this is suppose to be the forum which give great advices ?
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For the best SD performance you are looking for, you will need a tv with a good video processor which tend to be top of the line sets and start at 46 inch which seems rather big for kitchen use. I guess you could go smaller... SD wont look as bad on a smaller screen. Maybe 22 inches is a not too big or small choice for SD. Once you pick a screen size go to a store and pick the tv that looks best to you, maybe bring SD content and play it on the tv right in the store.
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