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      29.04.2001 21:34
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      I currently own a KV-32FX20(S) FD Trinitron WEGA television and I haven't been disappointed with it's build quality or, more importantly, picture quality. The TV has an automatic tunning system which intelligently sets all the channels up for you in the right order, e.g. BBC1 then BBC2, ITV/Carlton, C4 and then C5 etc. Even the complete techno phobic person can set up the TV and channels - plug in the mains and ariel, turn it on, press about 3 buttons on the remote control and thats it. In about 2 minutes the TV is up and running. The picture quality is good at 100 hertz rate, higher than most normal televisions, which means a clearer, less flicker free, high quality picture is produced. The TV control is also nice - there aren't loads of button and they are simply laid out in a logical order. It also comes with a TV stand but it doesn't continue the high quality TV theme - the plastic coat over some of the wood shrunk the other day revealing the wood below. It also comes with 2 scart sockets (rear) and a RGB plug set (front of TV behind a drop down panel). I think it could do with more scart sockets for today's modern appliances, by the time you have VCR, DVD and Sky etc. The front RGB plug is great if you have an N64 or Playstation as you can easily plug it in and out without having to tune a channel for it. The only warning I would give is that it is heavy so make sure you have plenty of strength and a friendly person to help you move it. Worth buying if you watch quite a few movies etc, if not I'd get something cheaper!

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        31.07.2000 21:45
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        I currently own a KV-32FX20(S) FD Trinitron WEGA television and I haven't been disappointed with it's build quality or, more importantly, picture quality. The TV has an automatic tunning system which intelligently sets all the channels up for you in the right order, e.g. BBC1 then BBC2, ITV/Carlton, C4 and then C5 etc. Even the complete techno phobic person can set up the TV and channels - plug in the mains and ariel, turn it on, press about 3 buttons on the remote control and thats it. In about 2 minutes the TV is up and running. The picture quality is good at 100 hertz rate, higher than most normal televisions, which means a clearer, less flicker free, high quality picture is produced. The TV control is also nice - there aren't loads of button and they are simply laid out in a logical order. It also comes with a TV stand but it doesn't continue the high quality TV theme - the plastic coat over some of the wood shrunk the other day revealing the wood below. It also comes with 2 scart sockets (rear) and a RGB plug set (front of TV behind a drop down panel). I think it could do with more scart sockets for today's modern appliances, by the time you have VCR, DVD and Sky etc. The front RGB plug is great if you have an N64 or Playstation as you can easily plug it in and out without having to tune a channel for it. The only warning I would give is that it is heavy so make sure you have plenty of strength and a friendly person to help you move it. Worth buying if you watch quite a few movies etc, if not I'd get something cheaper!

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