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Old June 28th, 2004, 12:08 AM   #31
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Mine's the 14AF43 and I've been quite happy with it so far using it for music videos and short films I've done with my upstart production company. It sits only a couple of feet away from my eyes, so I opted for the 14 inch over a larger model. Anyways, this is some great extra info you provided, thanks for updating an old post.

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Old June 28th, 2004, 01:46 AM   #32
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Dave, from what I saw, the Toshiba 20AF44 and the 24AF44 are close to identical, except for size. I saw a more extensive set of specs for them on a dealer's website than anywhere else, that stated they had a horizontal resolution potential of 750 lines. The most I've seen on mine would be the 600 lines from a direct feed off my 2-CCD Sony camera. It seemed to deliver the full amount. Oddly, the Toshiba website lists the 20-incher as a 20AF43, but our local dealer stocks a 20AF44.

Bryan, what does the sticker say on the back of your 14AF43, for the manufacturing date? I don't know if there's any difference as far as features or date of manufacture, but the dealer here has a 14AF44 in stock, although I didn't check its birthday. Often, the manufacturers' websites don't list the latest models, even though they may be at dealers for sale. Perhaps they want to wait until the older models are sold out, before they list the new ones??

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