This is a big,expensive tv to be sure & with all the extra new tech must render the £5500 on release at the end of 2008,Pioneer krp 600 kuro obsolete in regards to picture quality. No matter the cost,the question up until the VT-30,has been: Yea,but is it a kuro beater...im glad that debate is at an end,finally...
This is something I have pondered for quite some time, I think it is a given that most people with an inkling of interest in home entertainment know that the more you separate a system the greater levels of quality (quality being clarity, punch, colour palette, motion etc) can be achieved be it a audio or visual system. My introduciton maybe long but my question is simple - Why is it so hard to find a television that offers only a picture of the highest quality? (per a projector). Surely it is logical to assume that a television that has removed all internal decoders, tuners, amplifiers etc to the external can acheive the greatest picture 'quality'. The possibilities of interference from unshielded components and the sharing of processing power are no longer a problem. If we look at the budget recommended music system on this site we see a system made up of 'separates', the music system industry recognises this and offers an abundance of options. But the television market is left lagging. Of course one could argue that the TV/FILM purist will ultimately prefer a projector and of course 8000 GDP can get a quite unbelievable projector. Is it possible to by a television today that offers less 'add-ons' than the feature packed televion but offers a greater picture quality that costs less than 8000??? (First comment)
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It has its drawbacks, but this Panasonic is easy to live with and has an insightful and dynamic picture performance – it’s a great set
The AVR-X2000 brings Denon back to the AV receiver top table in this ultra-competitive price category
A decent, affordable effort from Otone but sound quality is tainted by a distracting brightness
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