56 inch JVC TV with Floorstand @ Sound & Vision was £2799.99 now £950 saving 66% - award winning Dec 07 - HotUKDeals
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Different to the other JVC TV posted earlier!

What a monster of a telly (56inch screen)! Award winning TV for December 2007 - What Video and High Def Best Buy !

Description
HD-ILA Hybrid TV powered by JVC´s exclusive 3-chip D-ILA technology providing professional quality high-definition pictures to consumer televisions.

This 56-inch stunner uses JVC´s 3 chip D-ILA (Drive Image Light Amplifier) LCOS technology, a revolutionary micro display system which produces incredibly faithful image mapping and breathtaking brilliance and focus.
This special TV incorporates a unique HD-ILA engine that combines the advantage of high performance and low power consumption.

The performance and style of plasma with a much larger screen area for a fraction of the equivalent price...

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Specifications & Features
Picture/Display
56 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
2000:1 Contrast Ratio
900 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
Digital Comb Filter
2.5 (ms) Screen Response Rate
1024x768 pixels
720p resolution
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
Convenience
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Teletext
Plug & Play
Quick Setup
Picture & Picture
Picture & Text
PAL Progressive Scan
Sound & Power Output
Nicam Digital Stereo
BBE Sound
20 W (RMS) Output Power
Connections
1 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
3 x RGB Scart Connection/s
1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s
Accessories Supplied
Open Cabinet Stand
Remote Control
User Manual
Mains Cable
Batteries
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
Projector
Rear Projection
Awards
December 2007 What Video and High Def Best Buy
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#2


No they haven't! That is a different TV without a floorstand! If you look close at all the JVC TV's the one that I have posted is better value for money!
#3
It's certainly large! Not sure how it claims to be 1080P when it hasn't got the pixel resolution though (am I missing something?)

It's certainly a great deal if you need a large screen and don't want plasma or LCD.
#4
Would this be any good to view my photos taken on a 0.3 mega-pixel camera?!?
#5
goodgrr
It's certainly large! Not sure how it claims to be 1080P when it hasn't got the pixel resolution though (am I missing something?)


'Full HD Ready' is the manufacturer's sneaky way of saying it will accept a 1080p picture and then downscale it to 720p. It's very dishonest in my opinion, but several companies do it now. I wouldn't buy it myself unless absolutely desperate for the largest screen possible. You can buy better 50" Samsung plasmas than this for about the same price.
#6
ThunderBolt
Could this be any good to view my photos taken on a 0.3 mega-pixel camera?!?


Have you ever viewed your pictures you've taken on a PC then zoomed in to have a look at something to only get a bigger less clear picture? Well that's what would happen here. There is insufficient detail in your pictures to realistically stand being enlarged to this size.
#7
goodgrr;1603347
Have you ever viewed your pictures you've taken on a PC then zoomed in to have a look at something to only get a bigger less clear picture? Well that's what would happen here. There is insufficient detail in your pictures to realistically stand being enlarged to this size.

erm... Twas a bit of northern humour.:whistling:

Unless of course I had a 300 mp camera!;-)
#8
normal
'Full HD Ready' is the manufacturer's sneaky way of saying it will accept a 1080p picture and then downscale it to 720p. It's very dishonest in my opinion, but several companies do it now. I wouldn't buy it myself unless absolutely desperate for the largest screen possible. You can buy better 50" Samsung plasmas than this for about the same price.


I don't remember seeing a 50" Samsung for under £1250ish, could you link to the one you are talking about?
#9
You can get a 1080p one here for £1149 or a 720p one here for £800. Obviously, have a look which one you like/need and then shop around.
#10
Ta.

I'm forcing myself to look at getting into the new tech, but crikey there are so many options. To be fair, the TV will most likely be used to play games 95% of the time, so this tempted me for sure. I picked up a cheapish 360 with HDMI cables etc., so I feel like I ought to be going for the highest resolution going, but I'm not sure how much difference there really is between say, this Tv and the 1080p items doing the rounds.
#11
I'd personally recommend an LCD for gaming, mostly because I'd be paranoid about screen burn with a plasma. I'm sure plenty of plasma owners could come on and say they've never had problems, but there's always the risk....
Something like this might suit you.
By the way, I don't work for Samsung! It's just picture quality per £ is very good. I've got a Sony LCD myself, great pic (once set up correctly), but poor value compared to a Samsung.

edit: there are 52" versions available for £1500 or less. as for the 1080p thing, it's debatable and I'd say it's only worth it if you've got a blu-ray player or HD gaming. I should also mention that plasmas normally do standard definition pics much better than LCDs, but it shouldn't be much of an issue unless you watch lots of poor quality tv recordings and sit close to the screen.
#12
Incidentally, I have heard that 360's go to 720 as standard, so erm, that kinda cuts down my options.

Does this deal have any info on warranty? I see it has a card, but what about pricing?

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