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  • I also personally find it hard to operate when chaging it from high definitely tv to DVD, or even to a music CD, as the operation on the remote is sometimes hard to understand, and silly at its worst

    • by Ruriko
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      This television came into our home a few months ago after we purchased it on sale, as many new models of the TV were coming out and they were selling out the older ones. After coming from a tiny tube TV, I was absolutely floored at this plasma television.

      Even


      now I am still astounded by the contrast, colour and detail that is picked up with this television, that would otherwise be overlooked on an older tube television.

      Although this TV performs wonderfully, it is very hard to operate.

      You have to buy a high definition HDTV box before you ...


      • can even think about this TV, as it doesn’t have a tuner or a high definition capability built in.

        I also personally find it hard to operate when chaging it from high definitely tv to DVD, or even to a music CD, as the operation on the remote is sometimes

        hard to understand, and silly at its worst.

        Despite this, the overall outstanding performance and clarity of the screen has been well worth the hassle when it comes to operation.

        It is slim and sleek, with a large, flawless screen that looks fantastic when you mount it unassisted on the wall, like we did.




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