Wednesday, January 22, 2014

are Sanyo HDTVs bad even though Panasonic bought the company?

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Matthew K

Panasonic bought Sanyo this past december. Panasonic obvious makes good quality HDTVs, so does this mean new sanyo brand HDTVs should be good quality too?

Sanyo TV section work with Panasonic around 2007 . before Total take over by Panasonic. there share the same TV technology since 2 years ago. after Sanyo become part of Panasonic group, their TV R & D division are the same people.there try to use the same components /parts in order to save costs. ( this take up to one years ). mose of the Sanyo LCD TV almost share the same parts that Panasonic use. All Sanyo Plasma TV is select Panasonic made Plasma Panel for there New Plasma TV.
Panasonic POLICY is QUALITY even Subsidiary must made Quality Products.
Since day 1 . Matsushita is Support Sanyo ! because founded of Sanyo Mr Toshio Iue is former employer of Matsushita. and is brother in law of Mr. Konosuke Matsushita ( founded of Matsushita )
i cannot said all Sanyo TV is Panasonic Standard now, but is around 60 % model is Panasonic Quality. till 2010 all Sanyo products will be Panasonic Quality ! because of " costs ".some of the products will manufactures by Sanyo sold under Panasonic trademark.
Panasonic able to use Sanyo PATENTED SUPER SHARP TECHNOLOGY in Panasonic HD TV.
watch out in next 6 months. Panasonic / Sanyo HDTV will be more GREAT than now !
Pamasonic TV technology/ own manufactures LCD/LED/Plasma display Panel + Sanyo patended Super Sharp Technology . ( no other can copy this designs ) .

What is the best flat panel hdtv around 16-22inches?


what is the best quality hdtv flat panel that has a pretty good price as well.. im gonna be using it for my college dorm room...around 16-22 inches

At 16-22 inches go for a 720p LCD or Plasma. Unless you are sitting very close to your screen or using it for a computer display, 1080p is going to be overkill.

At 16-22 inches and 720p, most big brands will offer about the same quality (There really havent been any advancements for panels that small at 720p in a while, manufactures are focusing on larger 1080p sets now). Try to stick with a major brand and youll be fine: Samsung, Toshiba, Sony, Sharp, Panasonic, LG..

You could even look into a 22-24" Dell LCD monitor that has DVI and Component inputs.. the downside with this youll need a cable box/direct tv to play video on it and youll need some sort of extra sound set-up since the Dell LCD monitors dont have speakers built in.

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