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Does 100hkz make any difference on the panasonic 32 inch range.  I don't know which set to buy, either 32LXD70, LMD70 or LZD80. Help???

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Re: 100hkz

100Hz I think!

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100Hz lets the TV draw each picture more times per second - I've never seen the mere presence of 100Hz capability as a cause for recommendation over a set without this facility, and there are other factors with a much greater bearing on picture quality.

It's the numbers game again, you see.. 

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Re: 100hkz

 Indeed - in fact some people find 100hz processing makes them feel quite ill! (Which is why you can switch it off on a lot of sets).

Best to have a decent all-round set than get obsessed with its stats..... 

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Re: 100hkz

Thanks I'm trying to chose between 3 panasonc sets 32LMD70, 32LXD70,32LZD80 and am getting confused.  I will watching on Freeview, enjoy sport and don't watch DVD's.. Whayt do you recommend?

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Re: 100hkz

 If you haven't got an HD source, i'd for the 32LXD70 - better than the LMD, not far behind the  LZD.
 

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