Sony PVM 20M2E

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krssn
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Sony PVM 20M2E

Post#1 » Thu Feb 05, 2015 10:59 am

I can buy one of these puppies for around €100.

Still worth that kind of money in this day and age?...

Still superior quality over other media?...

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Re: Sony PVM 20M2E

Post#2 » Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:08 pm

If it's in good condition, you have the correct cabling and you are going to make use of it, then yes. I appreciate it's more difficult to get RGB in the states so this is a good choice.

I haven't really seen a difference in picture quality between a PVM and good quality RGB SCART CRT (easy to find in the UK). I prefer the latter because they are dirt cheap and very easy to replace. There is certainly a difference in picture quality compared to BVM's but I can't justify the cost/hassle of getting one.

One big advance BVM/PVM's have over consumer sets are their rugged designs; they are made to be shifted around! :)
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Re: Sony PVM 20M2E

Post#3 » Wed Apr 22, 2015 6:13 pm

krssn wrote:I can buy one of these puppies for around €100.

Still worth that kind of money in this day and age?...

Still superior quality over other media?...


Looks perty fancy!

To be honest, I don't think Sony makes the best TVs anymore. I really like RCA's LCD televisions, though. :)
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