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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 84805 8-Jun-2011 15:03
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On sale at the warehouse for $899.
I was wondering whether Sanyo tvs are any good at all? Does anyone have this?

I was also looking at this TV here:

I would use it as a second computer monitor for watching movies and things on and also just general tv viewing through freeview (no sport).

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  Reply # 478990 8-Jun-2011 15:40
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I don't know about the quality of the TV's, but keep in mind that neither of these seem to have Freeview built-in, so you'll need to use an external decoder (or a TV tuner in your PC).

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  Reply # 479012 8-Jun-2011 16:29
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michaelt: keep in mind that neither of these seem to have Freeview built-in, so you'll need to use an external decoder (or a TV tuner in your PC).

I can't comment on the Sanyo, but the Sony KDL40CX520 definitely does have a built-in Freeview|HD tuner.

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  Reply # 479028 8-Jun-2011 17:00
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I already have a freeview box and will hook my computer up to the screen which has freeview as well. I ended up getting this

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