Originally Posted by mandy's dad
Thanks for the actual dimensions. It will not fit in my motorhome unless I remove the dvd/vcr in which case I may as well remove my wife
I guess that I'll have to stand in line and get the DTVPal if it ever hits the shelves. Next choice would be the Artec T3A and use my video switching center to pick up the analog signals as long as they are available.
The Zeniths are slightly smaller than stated (mainly height) as some room for ventilation is needed as well as connections on back.
While this topic on the DTT901 is not the place for this, the Microgem MG2000 Dimensions: 4.9"W x 4.9"D x 1.2"H is up there with the Zenith according to Consumer Reports. (DS, DTVPal, most others are not) However "If you're watching a down-converted HD program letter-boxed to fit your squarish screen, images are stretched vertically to a slight extent."
"Microgem MG2000 available from Solidsignal.com and FreeDTVShop.com.
The Microgem is one of the smallest units we've seen." Consumer Reports