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Old 01-01-2006, 06:28 PM   #1
blue-sun
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Default FS: 27" HDTV, Toshiba DVD player, entertainment Center

In light of my recent purchase we've got 1 too many TV's and DVD player's here.

TV:
Samsung TXM2796 27" HDTV Flat Screen
Missing the remote, though I found 1 that will work on ebay in Addison for $5 right now here I will include an older Samsung VCR/ATV remote that will turn it on and off, but won't input the components.
It was a Best Buy open box buy back in 03 when we bought it, comes with the remainder of the 4 year warantee, expires in Jan 2007.

Came with minor scratches at the bottom of the base.

$250

Pics - don't mind the distortion in the lower left corner, it's from the camera, not the TV screen. Both pics were of a HD channel paused for the pic.




Scratches on the base of the TV

Entertainment Center

Free with the TV if you want it is the Entertaiment Center that it currently sits in.

Dimensions:
53 1/4 Wide
19 1/2 Deep
51 1/2 Tall
There are 2 cabinet doors below the tv that open to a large storage space, with 2 20-CD trays built in.
Glass door with 3 shelves for components.
Shelf above the TV for components/speakers (we've got our comcast box and center speaker)

Free with TV or anyone who wants to pick this thing up before Friday Night, otherwise, it's in the trash

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[BOLD]DVD Player[/BOLD]
Toshiba SP-1600
No warantee left, replaced laser on it about a year ago. Makes a great second DVD player.
Comes with the remote
$20




Specs from online
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Features:
• DVD/CD Text compatible
• Dolby Digital and DTS digital output
• S-video and ColorStream component-video outputs
• 10-bit, 27 MHz video digital-to-audio converter with high-resolution filter
• Video black-level expansion
• Changer type: Single-disc drawer
• Disc capacity: 1
• Dolby Digital output
• DTS (Digital Theater Systems) output
• Simulated surround mode
• Digital-to-analog audio converter: 24-bit/96 kHz
• Digital-to-analog video converter: 10-bit/27 MHz
• Horizontal image resolution: 540 lines
• Power consumption: 14 watts
• Analog-audio stereo outputs: 1
• Coaxial digital-audio outputs: 1
• Component-video outputs: Yes
• Composite-video outputs: 1
• S-video outputs: 1
• Remote control type: Full-function, push-button
• Parental lock: Yes
• CD Text: Yes
• DVD Text: Yes
• Detachable AC cord: Yes
• Digital video bit-rate display: Yes
• Disc advance speeds: 3 (2x, 8x, 30x)
• Dynamic range limiting: Yes
• Multilanguage display: English, Spanish, French
• Play exchange: N/A
• Random/shuffle disc play: Yes
• Repeat play: Yes
• Resume play: Yes
• Screen dimmer: Yes
• Slow-motion speeds: 3
• Special effects: Multiple camera angles, parallel video output
• Subtitle on/off button: Yes
• Video black-level control: Yes
• Zoom: Yes
• Other features: First-setup menu, PLUGE (blacker-than-black pass-through), parallel video output (view multiple formats simultaneously on different monitors), parallel audio output, icon-based onscreen displays, title stop (returns the player to the beginning of a disc once playback is over)
• Width: 16.93 inches
• Height: 3.19 inches
• Depth: 12.01 inches
• Weight: 6.61 pounds
I can deliver the TV or the DVD player, not the entertainment center.

We live in Arlington Heights on a 1st floor apartment, so if you bring a truck, it's easy to get onto the bed.

Thanks!

David
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Old 01-01-2006, 07:51 PM   #2
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I'll take the tv!!
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Old 01-01-2006, 07:54 PM   #3
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I'll take the tv!!
sweet!

I'll PM you my cell. . .call me!
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Old 01-01-2006, 10:07 PM   #4
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if it falls through let me know about the tv.
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Old 01-01-2006, 10:10 PM   #5
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if it falls through let me know about the tv.
Will do!

DVD is also sold!

Ty wants the Entertainment Center also, but I can't get my cousin's truck, so it's first come first server anytime this week for it. . .
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Old 01-01-2006, 10:13 PM   #6
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What is the resolution like on the TV? I don't know much about HD, but isn't it measured in like i's or something, like 1080i?
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Old 01-01-2006, 10:22 PM   #7
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What is the resolution like on the TV? I don't know much about HD, but isn't it measured in like i's or something, like 1080i?
480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i are the settings. This TV with this HD tuner only goes as high as 720p.
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Old 01-01-2006, 10:28 PM   #8
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I'm pretty much just looking for something to play xbox360 on in hd. From what I have read the 720p and 1080i don't have a noticable difference. I'm sure they do but at 27" I probably couldn't tell. Well anyway I'm definatly game for it so let me know how the sale goes.
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Old 01-02-2006, 01:11 AM   #9
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480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i are the settings. This TV with this HD tuner only goes as high as 720p.
this tv is actually 1080i and cannot do true 720p(which is kinda higher resolution then 1080i at least for fast moving scenes), some of the newer tvs can do true 1080p(1920x1080) and thats the highest res out there(for now).
Sonys new SXRD chip is capable of delivering 4096x2048, but there really is nothing out there that could use it yet....

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The broadcast industry is struggling toward conversion of our system to High Definition Television (HDTV), a conversion which presumably will be complete in another five years. HDTV does two things. First, it increases the number of scan lines on the screen. Second, it widens the aspect ratio of the screen from the standard 4:3 which is what most televisions are today, to 16:9. The wider screen format has a more theatrical look.

The most popular HDTV format is 1080i, or 1080 lines interlaced. As with 525i, the system paints the odd lines first, then the even lines in a second pass. But since there are so many more scan lines, both the lines themselves and the motion jaggies are much less visible.

Nevertheless, the world of videophiles who seek video perfection are looking forward to the day when even this 1080i signal will be presented progressively—1080p. Faroudja is marketing a video processor that will convert 1080i to 1080p, and there are a few very expensive projectors that will handle the scan rates required for this signal. But for those who don't want to spend $30,000 on a big-screen TV just yet, 1080i is the most prevalent format today.

An alternative HDTV format is 720-lines progressive scan, or 720p. Though it has fewer lines, the native progressive scan format eliminates motion artifacts that originate in interlacing, and are still visible in large screen 1080i. So for subject matter that contains a lot of rapid motion--Monday Night Football for example--you can get a clearer, more stable picture from 720p than you can from 1080i. Alternatively, for subject matter that has very little motion, 1080i is capable of rendering more picture detail. Notice that most of the HDTV demo clips being broadcast on HDNet are very slow pans of detailed scenes. They are beautiful images, but those slow pans are intended to disguise the deinterlacing flaws inherent in the 1080i format.

The bottom line is that 1080i and 720p are both very good HDTV formats. One is not better than the other; they are just each better with particular types of subject matter. When done right, both are clearly superior to the NTSC 480-line format we have today.

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