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http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/lcd/Panas...x32lxd700_2.htm

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The TX-32LXD700 is not revolutionary, but it is enough of a leap forward to make it the current leader of the pack. The TX32LXD700 is the best 32in LCD on the market at the moment. HD and SD pictures are the best out there, and you get a credible home cinema sound experience with SRS Trusurround XT on board.

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Panasonic no1 for 32's...... :blink:

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nice when is it out in Aus and expected rrp?

might be able to pick up a 600a cheap now

Not sure....but the new Sharp 32's opened at $2200 with built in HD tuner, but then dropped to $1900 3 weeks later.

2007 is definately going to be the year of the LCD{and plasma for 50in+}.

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Also worth mentioning this model,

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Panasonic-TX32LXD70/

Sounds like last years model with a nip and tuck.

I simply refuse to buy any 2006 model LCD,....the 07 models are exciting website reviewers and home consumers alike+ the 2008 models should up the ante once more.

It may not be until 2010 that an affordable and viable alternative to 32in LCD's materialize.

The value of the 32 is that it's a good bedroom sized TV, a reasonable size for the PC, and it's SIZE helps cushion the horror of SDTV/FOXTEL.

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http://www.askdirect.co.uk/uview?call=ask....amp;topcatid=20

• 32" 80cmV 16:9 Wide Screen LCD Television

• Progressive Scan IPS-alpha HD Screen

• HD ready (High Definition) with 1366x768 (WXGA) resolution

• Accepts both 1080i and 720p HD signal formats

• 3 x HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Digital Links for superb digital pictures and sound

• V-real 2 Processor with Digital Processing chipset 1080p and Digital Mastering Processor 1080p

• 100Hz Motion Picture Pro - for double speed response; ideal for fast moving images

• V-real 2 Driver with Intelligent Scene Controller, 3D Colour Management & 3D Comb Filter

• Advanced LCD AI improves picture brightness, deepens blacks and increases colour gradation

• IPS-alpha (In-Plane-Switching) achieves wide 178° viewing angle both vertically and horizontally

• Contrast Automatic Tracking System (C.A.T.S) senses ambient light conditions;

• Brightens screen when light, and darkens screen when dark

8500:1 contrast ratio for deeper blacks

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1080p for PS3 btw.

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when and how much??
We'll a straight currency conversion puts it at about $2000. Might be a bit more than that but I assume getting it to the UK and to Oz probably costs about the same amount?

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Peter Gillespie

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when and how much??

Not sure when, but within a month or 2 would be my guess.

Also, it seems that all name brand 32's with built in HD tuners will be $1750 within weeks of their release.

Although I think it's silly to have a HD tuner when you've got 3 HDMI's.

I've got a bad feeling that any HD ready Panasonic 32's will be the lower spec model.

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Native or dynamic ?

Ladies and gentleman, this guy is trolling in this thread......but that aside, the initial reviews for the new high end 32in Panasonic are extremely positive.

Panasonic are using a very high grade panel type with impressive specs.....but it should be pointed out that 32's don't require peak specifications to achieve excellent results, ie, their SIZE hides/compresses defects that will be noticeable on larger bulky tanks like SXRD's.

Also SXRD's are possibly the most unreliable of all large HDTV......and they're definately unproven.

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Ladies and gentleman, this guy is trolling in this thread......but that aside, the initial reviews for the new high end 32in Panasonic are extremely positive.

Panasonic are using a very high grade panel type with impressive specs.....but it should be pointed out that 32's don't require peak specifications to achieve excellent results, ie, their SIZE hides/compresses defects that will be noticeable on larger bulky tanks like SXRD's.

Also SXRD's are possibly the most unreliable of all large HDTV......and they're definately unproven.

Is the contrast ratio you have highlighted in bold native or dynamic ?

If it is dynamic, then what is the native contrast ratio ?

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Ladies and gentleman, this guy is trolling in this thread......but that aside, the initial reviews for the new high end 32in Panasonic are extremely positive.

Panasonic are using a very high grade panel type with impressive specs.....but it should be pointed out that 32's don't require peak specifications to achieve excellent results, ie, their SIZE hides/compresses defects that will be noticeable on larger bulky tanks like SXRD's.

Also SXRD's are possibly the most unreliable of all large HDTV......and they're definately unproven.

A reasonable response to a simple question :blink:

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Is the contrast ratio you have highlighted in bold native or dynamic ?

If it is dynamic, then what is the native contrast ratio ?

"If it's dynamic".....are you now pretending you believe these new 32's have 3x the native CR of your bulky SXRD.

You're trolling, pure and simple.

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"If it's dynamic".....are you now pretending you believe these new 32's have 3x the native CR of your bulky SXRD.

You're trolling, pure and simple.

You're the one who titled this thread "Panasonic 32in Lcd....the Best In The World., TX-32LXD700", and highlighted the specification "8500:1 contrast ratio for deeper blacks".

Do you believe the above contrast ratio to be native or dynamic ?

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You're the one who titled this thread "Panasonic 32in Lcd....the Best In The World., TX-32LXD700" and highlighted the specification [i]"• 8500:1 contrast ratio for deeper blacks"[/i].

Do you believe the above contrast ratio to be native or dynamic ?

I know it to be dynamic just as you do Dr Troll.

What other stupid questions have you got up your sleeve.

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I know it to be dynamic just as you do Dr Troll.

What other stupid questions have you got up your sleeve.

Then, why have you highlighted the specification that relates it to black level ?

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Then, why have you highlighted the specification that relates it to black level ?

So now you're pretending that dynamic CR's have no effect on perceivable black levels?

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So now you're pretending that dynamic CR's have no effect on perceivable black levels?

Why have you highlighted the specification on contrast ratio that relates it to black level ?

If you are going to respond, please answer the question.

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Why have you highlighted the specification on contrast ratio that relates it to black level ?

If you are going to respond, please answer the question.

My response is that you're a SXRD whore.

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My response is that you're a SXRD whore.

You're not too keen to answer questions on the material you provide on these forums, are you ?

That's because you've been caught out spreading mis-information, again.

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You're not too keen to answer questions on the material you provide on these forums, are you ?

That's because you've been caught out spreading mis-information, again.

Thanks......you've now proven you're psychologically imprisoned to me, and will do anything to get my attention, even if it means making a fool of yourself.

If this is the best you can do, then you must be pretty stupid.

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Thanks......you've now proven you're psychologically imprisoned to me, and will do anything to get my attention, even if it means making a fool of yourself.

If this is the best you can do, then you must be pretty stupid.

what I really want to know, is it better living in Perth or Brisbane ?

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Not sure when, but within a month or 2 would be my guess.

Also, it seems that all name brand 32's with built in HD tuners will be $1750 within weeks of their release.

Although I think it's silly to have a HD tuner when you've got 3 HDMI's.

I've got a bad feeling that any HD ready Panasonic 32's will be the lower spec model.

Late May according to Panasonic Australia. Same time as the PX70. PZ700 will be another 4 weeks after that I'm told.

Expect the MAX RRP to be $1999. Currently why would Panasonic discount any further though, all the competition (except LG) are $1999. (Sony is $2399)

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Sounds like last years model with a nip and tuck.

I simply refuse to buy any 2006 model LCD,....the 07 models are exciting website reviewers and home consumers alike+ the 2008 models should up the ante once more.

It may not be until 2010 that an affordable and viable alternative to 32in LCD's materialize.

The value of the 32 is that it's a good bedroom sized TV, a reasonable size for the PC, and it's SIZE helps cushion the horror of SDTV/FOXTEL.

The very reasons for not buying an '06 32" LCD are still there, just to a lesser extent. I doubt any great quatum leap will be made. Just better contrast, sharpness, and lower RRP.

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Late May according to Panasonic Australia. Same time as the PX70. PZ700 will be another 4 weeks after that I'm told.

Expect the MAX RRP to be $1999. Currently why would Panasonic discount any further though, all the competition (except LG) are $1999. (Sony is $2399)

I've seen the new Sharp at $1899....also, they almost always drop a few quid after the initial buying frenzy has subsided.

That said, if the PQ is noticeably better, maybe Panasonic will hold firm for longer.

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what I really want to know, is it better living in Perth or Brisbane ?

If I was in Perth, or Porth as I prefer to call it, I'd attack Dr Smith my with Karate.......the only thing that has me worried is if he were to strike me with his purse, LOL.

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Nobody ever really seems to talk about brightness on LCD panels. How would 450cd/m2 compare to 550cm/m2 for example? Cause I have no idea.

In most environments, LCDs usually get best results when lowering the brightness.

The brightness can be important in a bright enviroment, other than that, the Panasonic and Sony 32 LCDs are good products. The Sharp is great on HQ HD material, and utterly horrible on everything else. Philips is worth a mention despite the crappy sound. Samsung is completly out of date, and do LG still make TVs????

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In most environments, LCDs usually get best results when lowering the brightness.

The brightness can be important in a bright enviroment, other than that, the Panasonic and Sony 32 LCDs are good products. The Sharp is great on HQ HD material, and utterly horrible on everything else. Philips is worth a mention despite the crappy sound. Samsung is completly out of date, and do LG still make TVs????

Well I'm either going to buy a Samsung LA32R81BDX or this Panasonic, I think. But I'll just have to wait until they're released here and read some reviews and opinions etc. before I can make up my mind.

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Nobody ever really seems to talk about brightness on LCD panels. How would 450cd/m2 compare to 550cm/m2 for example? Cause I have no idea.

Both are very high, and both will require that you lower their brightness......brightness is one of LCD's strong points.

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Also, wouldn't the TV have to be 120Hz here, or something? Cause of our stuff being 60Hz? Well I know a lot of 360 games will only run in 60Hz.

No idea what I'm talking about, really :blink:

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