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Old 12-17-2004, 08:26 PM   #1
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Anyone familiar with Toshiba LCD's

I'm shopping the market for an LCD TV for the A/S and was planning on getting a Sharp. I ran across a Toshiba SD-P7000 that has a built-in DVD/MP3 player. Does anyone have any experience with them or Toshiba LCD's in general?

We have a Sharp 20" LCD in our bedroom and it's very nice but the built-in DVD is appealing for the trailer.

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Old 12-17-2004, 08:36 PM   #2
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Thanks to Brett for creating the new forum "Video and Audio Systems".
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Oh yeah,

Thanks to Brett for creating the new forum "Video and Audio Systems".
Steve,
I have the Toshiba DVD combo in mine and, I wouldn't be without it..
I just don't remember the model number as it's down in Virginia right now, but it's the unit that has three way power if that helps.
BTW, I use it to listen to music as well as DVD movies..
Almost never hook it up to the TV ant..
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After reasonable research, my wife and I just ordered a 14dl74 from Toshiba. we think it has one of the best looking screen images.
We will keep it for the kitchen when it's not needed in the Airstream.
I believe that your choice is a good one.
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Make sure it's a digital with high definition capabilities and a HDTV tuner. The digital change over is set for July 2005 but my guess is that it will pushed back a couple years because most people still have analog sets. After the change over without a digital tuner, anlog tv's will not work. Digital tuners are really way expensive, but the price should come down in a few years.
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