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Thread: WTS: Sirius 32" LCD TV

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    is it? ok........happy selling...........

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    Auction for this will close today at 8pm with collection tomorrow.

    Current winning bid is $500.

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    Just under 2 hrs left to bid, winning bid still $500.

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    Sale had closed but winning bidder has changed mind so now the sale has to continue.

    Current high bid is $488

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimbarian View Post
    I would imagine it can, I use my Xbox 360 on it at 1080i

    I also use TV-out from my PC to watch HD TV Shows at 1920x1080

    I check the spec, it only 1366x768 only...

    do you have manual says it is 1920x1080?

    1 more, it is not 5yrs warranty?

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    SLT-LXS32PX

    Detailed Product Description
    PAL B / G, D / K, I + SECAM L / L" with Teletext
    1366 x 768 Pixels Screen Resolution (WXGA)
    6ms Transfer Time
    16: 1 Contrast ratio
    500 CD / sq. Meter Brightness
    178 / 178 Degree Viewing Angle
    PIP / PBP / POP5
    HDMI & HD Ready
    NICAM / Stereo Sound System
    AV Input & PC Interface

    not sure is it same as your.

    panel and LCD is from LG.
    Last edited by Ice Fire; May 8th, 08 at 09:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Fire View Post
    I check the spec, it only 1366x768 only...

    do you have manual says it is 1920x1080?
    When I contacted them to ask the best way to run in 1080i for my Xbox 360 they sent me the following scanned page:

    http://www.zshare.net/download/1169764725877bb8/

    But then, even if you want to believe it doesn't support 1920x1080, we're still talking about $480 for a 32" HD Ready TV which is cheaper than you're going to find anywhere else

    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Fire View Post
    1 more, it is not 5yrs warranty?
    No it's 3 years, 1 year as standard + 2 additional years that I paid extra for.

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    And when you run it in 1920x1080 using the VGA HD AV Cable cable with the Xbox 360 it shows the resolution being used in the bottom right corner of the TV as "1920x1080".

    Also when configuring TV Out using the Geforce control panel it checks the TV to see if the resolution I'm setting is compatible, and it lets me set the TV Out to a resolution of 1920x1080.

    I know what the spec says, simple fact is it actually supports better than the spec says.

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    understand, thz.

    yah $480 still a gd deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Fire View Post
    understand, thz.

    yah $480 still a gd deal.
    Is that a bid?

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    Someone requested front/back/side pics........




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    Sold for $440 and collected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimbarian View Post
    Sold for $440 and collected.
    wow thats a very good price for a 32 inch tv

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    Would have been $500 if people who made bids actually followed through with them instead of backing out after the auction closed.......

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