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post #241 of 243 Old 05-26-2005, 10:45 AM
 
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I may have just found another difference between the 50 series and the 500 series. Although without reading back with some degree of diligence, it may be there and I just missed it.

The UK brochure shows that the 500 panel has twin "woofers" on the lower panel. Don't know if the 50 does or doesn't. Optivity, does yours?

IOW, this "discovery" may be moot.
Not sure... but I will say the speaker system on the PX50Us leave something to be desired... of course I've got an Onkyo DD w/DTS-ES 6.1 channel home theater sound system and naturally a TVs speakers won't measure up to that...

The specs on the speaker system for the PX50U is:

speakers: 4 23/32 †(120 mm) × 2 23/64 †(60 mm) × 2 pcs, 6 Ω

audio output: 16 W [ 8 W + 8 W ] ( 10 % THD )

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You crack me up :D

I just wish the black was flat instead of gloss.
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