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Old 27-11-2012, 19:28
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Today I saw in the BHF TV rack a widecreen (36 inch I think) TV that was in very clean order. What I noticed is that the picture was sharper and clearer than the Panasonic model next to it. It was also 100 Hz which sounds fancy!

Anyway, as my Philips 4:3 model is starting to go out of focus on one side I was interested in getting it but don't know anything about this range having never owned Toshiba.

Are these 100 Hz sets a good idea or is there any negative impact on picture quality? Thanks for any input.
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Old 27-11-2012, 19:35
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Go and get it. Probably the best crt set ever produced, cracking picture. Mind your back though.
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Old 27-11-2012, 23:01
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Go and get it. Probably the best crt set ever produced, cracking picture. Mind your back though.
Thanks - measuring up my available space now and if it is not too deep I will have it! 75 makes it the dearest in the shop but the quality stood out across the room.
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Old 28-11-2012, 09:02
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Thanks - measuring up my available space now and if it is not too deep I will have it! 75 makes it the dearest in the shop but the quality stood out across the room.
Jesus - 75!!!

Even five years ago we just threw them in skips, if we were forced to remove them (which we avoided if at all possible).
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