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Saorview TV Query

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by bee9791, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. bee9791

    bee9791 Member

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    Hi

    I have one of the old TV's with no scart connection. Are there any Soarview boxes or any boxes out there at all that will cater for me when this digital switchover kicks Into action?? 

    Is my only other option to get a more modern or new TV ?
       

    Thanks Folks!
     
  2. MICKAH

    MICKAH Active member

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    A Tv with no scart? how old is the TV! think you looking at a new TV at this stage
     
  3. bee9791

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    The Tv is roughly 20 yrs old... It was always used with the rabbits ears directly into the aerial input. Guess its for the bin now
     
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    sure scarts are being phased slowly out now in favour of HDMI,
     
  5. cactikid

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    picture quality will greatly improve moving to hd,and make sure screen is big enough for your needs,the amount of people buying too small a screen .
     
  6. fintannl

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    tell me about it. bought a 40 inch 3D tv from philips only to find that for quality 3D you really need a bigger tv. having said that the high def is fab so i'll live with that. having read a bit about tvs in the interim panasonic is the way to go. advised friend to get 42 inch panasonic and he swears its the best purchase he ever made. now i want one :)
     
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    yep i have always bought panasonic stuff as i know its good and it lasts,and the tv has a 5 year warranty.
     

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