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  1. Join Date
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    #831
    Hi. :D

    Saan showroom ng B&W? Thanks!

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    #832
    B&W is nice but too bright for me. Try auditioning Acoustic Energy, the AElite 3, 2 and 1, matched to an H/K AVR. hehe.

    You can see B&W in Sights and Sounds, Archi Audio, Shang.

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    #833
    Fellow tsikoteers, I visited the Ganzklar store at SM Megamall and they have a promo; buy 1 32 inch Ganzklar LCD TV (1360x768) and get a "free" 26 inch Ganzklar LCD TV. Price is 60k.

    Tanong ko lang good buy na ba iyon? Ang specs ng TV nasa www.ganzklar.com.ph. Newbie ako sa mga features ng HDTV eh..

    Other questions:

    1.) What's the difference between 1080p Ready and 1080p compatible? May nakita kasi ako sa AVID 32" 1080p Ready. Ang pagkakaalam ko kasi para maging true HD (true HD = 1080p) eh kailangan nasa 40" pataas ang TV mo.

    2.) Ang LCD TV ba na 32" pataas ay HDTV na din?

    3.) Paano sinusukat ang LCD TV when it comes to their picture quality? Sa resolution ba sya (e.g. 1360x768) or sa kung ilan ang kanyang kayang ioutput na in progressive (e.g. 480p, 720p, 1080p)?

    4.) Ang salamin ba ng LCD TV pag hinawakan o sinundot ng bata eh babaon ba ito parang laptop (babaon or malambot) or matigas ito parang salamin katulad ng sa mga CRT?

    5.) Meron ba kayong table para malaman kung ilan ang katumbas ng 1360x768, 1024x768 etc... etc.. pag kinonvert sa 480p, 480i, 720p etc.. etc..

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    #834
    I registered w/ pinoydvd to get some quick info unfortunately wasn't able to get much help except "this was discussed several times already", "google", etc. wala man lang quick answr like beginner - get this, mid range - get that, high end - go for these brands...

    haay. dito nalnag sa tsikot straight question straight answer.

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    #835
    Other questions:

    1.) What's the difference between 1080p Ready and 1080p compatible? May nakita kasi ako sa AVID 32" 1080p Ready. Ang pagkakaalam ko kasi para maging true HD (true HD = 1080p) eh kailangan nasa 40" pataas ang TV mo.

    Maraming HDTV na di 1920x1080 native resolution. So playing a 1080p source (blu-ray or HD DVD) will result in a black screen. Pareho lang yung -ready at -compatible na puwede silang mag-play ang 1080P source. However a downscaled resolution ang kapalit nito, depend on the resolution of your TV

    2.) Ang LCD TV ba na 32" pataas ay HDTV na din?

    Any TV with a higher native resolution of 480 is already considered HD

    3.) Paano sinusukat ang LCD TV when it comes to their picture quality? Sa resolution ba sya (e.g. 1360x768) or sa kung ilan ang kanyang kayang ioutput na in progressive (e.g. 480p, 720p, 1080p)?

    Maraming factors tinitignan sa PQ ng any TV. Yung black depth, contrast ratio...etc. Yung ibang TV maganda yung picture (WOW factor), pero nakakairita sa katagalan. Best pa rin ang pag-demo sa tindahan, pero dalhin mo yung sariling demo source

    4.) Ang salamin ba ng LCD TV pag hinawakan o sinundot ng bata eh babaon ba ito parang laptop (babaon or malambot) or matigas ito parang salamin katulad ng sa mga CRT?

    Unfortunately pareho sila ng sa laptop

    5.) Meron ba kayong table para malaman kung ilan ang katumbas ng 1360x768, 1024x768 etc... etc.. pag kinonvert sa 480p, 480i, 720p etc.. etc..

    I think equivalent ang 720 sa 768 resolution. Interlace(i) and progressive(p) are the way the picture signal is presented. Progressive is superior daw because the picture is presented in full

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    #836
    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    Fellow tsikoteers, I visited the Ganzklar store at SM Megamall and they have a promo; buy 1 32 inch Ganzklar LCD TV (1360x768) and get a "free" 26 inch Ganzklar LCD TV. Price is 60k.

    Tanong ko lang good buy na ba iyon? Ang specs ng TV nasa www.ganzklar.com.ph. Newbie ako sa mga features ng HDTV eh..
    Fellow tsikoteers, I visited the Ganzklar store at SM Megamall and they have a promo; buy 1 32 inch Ganzklar LCD TV (1360x768) and get a "free" 26 inch Ganzklar LCD TV. Price is 60k.
    I would rather stick to well known brands such as sony, panasonic,hitachi or toshiba. Madali kasing masira yung mga kakaibang pangalan. Usually the cheaper ones dont last that long.
    Other questions:

    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    1.) What's the difference between 1080p Ready and 1080p compatible? May nakita kasi ako sa AVID 32" 1080p Ready. Ang pagkakaalam ko kasi para maging true HD (true HD = 1080p) eh kailangan nasa 40" pataas ang TV mo.
    Yung difference between 1080p ready at 1080p compatible is yung tuner. Sa 1080p ready, wala siyang built-in tuner kaya kailangan mo pang bumili ng set- top-box to decode the HD signals kung meron mang nagooffer ng HD services sa mga cable companies natin. Yung 1080p compatible naman, it has a built in tuner so it can just pick up over the air (OTA) HD broadcasting. Hindi ko rin sure if we have OTA HD signals diyan sa atin. Kung meron man it will still be in 720p-1080i format or lower.
    Ang ginagawa ng karamihan, bumibili na lang ng 1080p HD DVD players para masulit yung 1080p HDTV nila.

    Wala sa size ng Tv ang pagiging HD nila. Tingnan mo lang kung 720p-1080i (which is HD territory already)or 1080p(true HD) compliant.

    Iwasan mo rin yung mga "ED" sets, Enhanced definition sets. This will display HD programming but it will downconverted it to a non HD display format.

    Meron ding SD set (Standard definition set.) Same thing here. Down converted pa rin kahit may set-top-box ka pa.

    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    2.) Ang LCD TV ba na 32" pataas ay HDTV na din?
    Answer is above. But if your not planning to buy a DVD player, HD man o hindi, and just use ordinary cable broadcasts without a set-top-box, the rule of thumb is the bigger your tv is, the more distorted the picture becomes. Pero kung mga 20" TV lang bibilhin mo for sure malinaw ang picture kahit hindi HD broadcasts.

    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    3.) Paano sinusukat ang LCD TV when it comes to their picture quality? Sa resolution ba sya (e.g. 1360x768) or sa kung ilan ang kanyang kayang ioutput na in progressive (e.g. 480p, 720p, 1080p)?
    Depende kung anong brand at anong klasse ng TV. Kung titingnan mo visually yung picture ng ibat ibang tv at the same resolution, some are brighter than others , some have better contrast ratios than the other in which both have advantages and disadvantages. Other kinds of Tvs are plasma, flatpanel LCDs,
    Rear projection LCD/DLP Tvs,and LCOS. All of which offer different picture qualities.

    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    4.) Ang salamin ba ng LCD TV pag hinawakan o sinundot ng bata eh babaon ba ito parang laptop (babaon or malambot) or matigas ito parang salamin katulad ng sa mga CRT?
    Sensitive siya unfortunately. lalo na sa magnets. kaya make sure magnetically shielded yung speakers mo kung itatabi mo siya sa tv.

    Quote Originally Posted by froshie1 View Post
    5.) Meron ba kayong table para malaman kung ilan ang katumbas ng 1360x768, 1024x768 etc... etc.. pag kinonvert sa 480p, 480i, 720p etc.. etc..
    Nope. I think these are the number of pixels that a tv can display(1360x768)at one time. Tapos yung mga 480p, 720p is a format on how the picture is displayed, whether progressive or interlaced.
    Yung pixel count is higher the better, same goes for format.

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    #837
    Hi Peeps,

    would want to ask sana:

    1. Good brands for a 42" LCD TV
    2. Recommended shops around where I can buy this, preferably kasama na installation at syempre full warranty

    Actually, its for office setup wherein I need to have real time displays of all important data on that TV. Btw, my source will be from PC, DVI preferably.

    Can you suggest pls...Thanks in advance!

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    #838
    Quote Originally Posted by vhenok View Post
    Hi Peeps,

    would want to ask sana:

    1. Good brands for a 42" LCD TV
    2. Recommended shops around where I can buy this, preferably kasama na installation at syempre full warranty

    Actually, its for office setup wherein I need to have real time displays of all important data on that TV. Btw, my source will be from PC, DVI preferably.

    Can you suggest pls...Thanks in advance!
    Sumsung is a good brand and not so expensive with great features. Almost all HDTV- LCD use HDMI but you can have a cable from DVI to HDMI if your using a Computer as a source. Look around like Abenson , Ansons Makati, automatic center, Home theather specialty shops is Park Square 2 or at Trinoma. Almost same lang naman mga prices. You can browse at www.pinoydvd.com for more info.

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    #839
    Quote Originally Posted by ineedmorehp View Post
    I registered w/ pinoydvd to get some quick info unfortunately wasn't able to get much help except "this was discussed several times already", "google", etc. wala man lang quick answr like beginner - get this, mid range - get that, high end - go for these brands...

    haay. dito nalnag sa tsikot straight question straight answer.
    Well, you need to backread a lot sa pinoydvd. There are a ton of information there. Just backread and backread since IMO there is no "quick answer" in the world of audio/video.

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    #840
    is there cheaper option sa monster cable for video component (yung tatlohan)?

    nung dati kasi sa audio ng oto ang ginamit nila yung same cable used sa networking (yung 8 lines na parang telephone cable)...and the results are as similar to highend and bulky coax. Wala ring hisses or sound quality loses...so i wonder is this possible for the video component cable?

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