Proscan Ps50670


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Brand and Model:Proscan Ps50670
Price ($USD):$ 1,999
Type:Rear Projection
Diagonal Size:52"
Comb Filter:None
HDTV Support:None
Scanning:
un-checked Progressive
checked Built-In Line Doubler
un-checked Supports External Line Doubler
Other Features:
checked Widescreenchecked Dual Tuner
Inputs:
Composite:2S-Video:1
Component:0RGB:0
Weight (lbs):200+ lbs.
Dimensions (w/h/d):80/60/48 in. (width/height/depth
Description:Dual Tunner, Built-In ProLogic, PIP, POP, All kinds of Goodies.

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Proscan Ps50670
Bought tv in 1998 and have not had any problems at all. Still a great picture. The best tv I have ever had. Proscan makes a great product.

Overall Rating: 9
Picture Quality:9 Ease of Use:9 Value:8
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.83.117)
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Proscan Ps50670
I've had mine since 1997. Bought at Circuit City on sale and not had one problem. I'm military and have moved it from MD to NE and recently to Italy and its held up great. Starting to see tiny misconvergence in the top left corner though. I'm told this is common among projection TVs.

Overall Rating: 8
Picture Quality:8 Ease of Use:8 Value:7
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.204.238)
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Proscan Ps50670
Great looks but very bad quality.
Breaks down all the time. This trend is general with
many ProScan products.

Don't buy it!

Overall Rating: 1
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.71.183)
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Proscan Ps50670
bad-bad bad

Overall Rating: 1
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.56.52)
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Proscan Ps50670
I do not recommend anybody buying this particular or any RCA Proscan Projection TV. Just found out that as a minimum I will have to spend $400-$500 to correct a probable solder crack in one of the Circuit Boards. Just learned that this is a common ocurrence in RCA/ProsCan TVS. To make things worst, the RCA/Proscan idea of technical support is to provide you with a phone number and address of someone ready to take some more of your hard sweated money to resolve a long time known manufacturing problem.

Overall Rating: No Vote
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Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.253.14)
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