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Topic # 7675 2-May-2006 13:38
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Hi All
I just purchased a 66cm lcd widescreen TV from Neol leeming for $1299 it is badged as an AWA dp66 but it is a decktron ( Excellent value cracking picture and many many inputs. cheaper than a pc monitor as well.
 I suppose quality may vary from set to set but this is now in my bedroom. Better then my 21 inch rca crt dust magnet.

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Reply # 35089 6-May-2006 15:29
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Hi, I am thinking of getting one of these, but am struggling a bit because I can't find a store where they have anything meaningful showing on it.
I'd really appreciate it if you could comment on whether its good for all uses - ie TV, Sky, PC, DVD, and whether the brightness is good.
Thanks in advance

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  Reply # 35093 6-May-2006 17:41
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I use it for terestial and my media gate using progresive the quality is great and the brightness is fully adjustable with heaps of presets ony thing it does not have is wide zoom like my sony . one other thing the picture in picture needs another source to work. the teletext is superfast.

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