Originally posted by Dammit!
You should post your room dimensions including ceiling height and any openings to other areas.
Doug & all
room is 17x26, 8' celing
one 4' double door entry to room
I'm trying to pick an SVS sub and seem to have it narrowed down to either the 20-39 PC+ or PB2-ISD. I've talked w/Eric at SVS, his original recommendation was the 20-39 PC+. The price difference between the 2 is small.
My system is almost all for movies. Yamaha 2400, NHT L5's
I kinda prefer the box for looks over the cylinder, but either would work
The small difference in price is not a factor.
Locally it's quite a battle here. I have Cox cable/internet and I'm getting emails from them about ESPN.
Both parties have been running full page on near full page ads in the local paper here ( OC Register )
It seems like CompUSA is the I've found place to compare to new Panny & Pioneer 50"
I'm quite interested in either one of these sets and went to 2 local CompUsa's for comparion
At the Fountain Valley store they were playing a football game recorded on VHS. Neither set looked good to me and the source material was surely much of it. The Pioneer did exhibit the "green push" that has been discussed. The Pioneer seemed warmer to me.
At the Mission Viejo store the...
I saw one on display at the local CompUSA here in S. Calif. I believe Ken Cranes also has them. At CompUSA they were asking full MSRP
The CompUSA not only had the Panny, but also a Pioneer 5040HD
I got a good laugh when going to Panasonic's web site. Using their dealer locator for my area they suggested Wall-Mart as a source for the TH-50PX20U/P!!
Per CBORDMAN, I would try higher channels. I use a 3 channel modulator, and it works well on 120, 122, 125. Used to work on channels in the 80-90 range until Cox cable changed their cable lineup.
It's easy to change the selected channel on the modulator, so I found easiest way to set mine was trial and error. Two man operation for me, me changing the channel in the garage, and yelling to my son in the house to see if it worked.
I believe LindaT was saying your cable company *may* not be usiing DVI at all yet. It wouldn't be a matter of activation.
On my system ( Cox ), component hook up is the only option
I would call the cable comp. and verify they support DVI.