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Panasonic TX-32LXD00

Hi I have a query regarding the Panasonic TX-32LXD00 Can some please explain if it is 1080P as play.com are not advertising that are some sites are very misleading  http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3361841/-/Product.html?searchstring=Panasonic+TX-32LXD700&searchsource=0 play say Display Format: 720pInput Video Formats: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 480i, 576i, 576p the manafacture website shows it as 1080P V-real 2 ProcessorDigital Processing chip set 1080p Digital Re-mastering Processor 1080p 

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/lcd-tv/tx-32lxd700/index.htm

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Re: Panasonic TX-32LXD00

It's an HD Ready set, not Full HD, but it will accept a 1080p feed and scale it to suit the screen's resolution.

I know that for sure, because we've spent a large part of this week feeding it Blu-ray discs (as well as lots of other sources) as part of our 32in TV Supertest, due out August 23rd....

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Thanks claire. I am having real trouble deciding on a 32 inch lcd at the mo so maybe i will wait for the August issue and decide after that. At the moment i am stuck between the

 Panasonic TX-32LXD00

Toshiba 32C3030D

Samsung m87/m86 series

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Re: Panasonic TX-32LXD00

 

user="johnsmith99" wrote:

so maybe i will wait for the August issue

October issue, on sale August 23. Yes, we know...
 

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Just to add my two pence worth: I'm thinking of buying the Sony HXD870 DVD recorder. In terms of 32" LCDs to match to this I particularly like the Pana TX32LXD70 with its 100Hz processor. How does this compare to the Sony equivalent, which I think is the 32V2500 - is it worth remaining brand loyal in terms of performance/convenience?

Or should I sit tight and wait until Aug 23rd? 

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Re: Panasonic TX-32LXD00

Now you know we're going to say wait, don't you...? 

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Well..'twas worth a punt.

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