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Hello all,


I'm looking for an LCD screen between 26" and 32", but I need the best quality NTSC possible. So far I have been very unimpressed with thestandard NTSC on LCDs. Has anyone else researched this? Any suggestions?


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The quality of my Philips 32PF7320A is pretty good. Better than my Standard TV Sony.


This highly depends on the signal however, Digital TV is better than Analog TV.


With Analog tv you get "snow" and it will look worse b/c a LCD will be displaying a high resolution which magnifies your signals defects. Keep that in mind when shopping.
 

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Check out the new Sony V-Series. They have WEGA Engine and will make poor quality sources look as good as possible.
 

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This will mainly be displaying video from a satelite feed. Distance between the box and LCD is around 100'. I have a 45" Aquos that looks pretty bad for NTSC. If you are 10' away it is fine, but 5' or 6' is annoying.


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Steve

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Originally Posted by bluesxtreme
The quality of my Philips 32PF7320A is pretty good. Better than my Standard TV Sony.


This highly depends on the signal however, Digital TV is better than Analog TV.


With Analog tv you get "snow" and it will look worse b/c a LCD will be displaying a high resolution which magnifies your signals defects. Keep that in mind when shopping.
 

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Are you refering to the: KLV-S32A10


I will have to see if I can find one locally.


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Steve

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Check out the new Sony V-Series. They have WEGA Engine and will make poor quality sources look as good as possible.
 
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