Back then, our company was called Telenational Communications, a small Mom and Pop local franchise that was eventually bought out by Time Warner Cable in 1989.At that time, the boxes were very clunky and people that had the remote control said that it was really crappy. )I have been a boxing fan and consultant for about forty years, and I remember that many people in our city were waiting for Pay Per View to come to the system.There are LOTS of things I had do buy and it added up quickly.Then there are the big things, like my new home theater.The Panasonic TH-50PV60E is the European version of the TH-50PX60U that is shipping in the United States.This 50 inch HD-Ready TV just rules in terms of image quality for an affordable price.No International Bidders, this panasonic power supply board was purchased new from panasonic and never used , all voltages and functions work great.There is a panasonic th 50 that is up for auction now. Due to the increasing amount of fraud on ebay,i do not offer r. See this lovely Panasonic Th-50Ph30U 50" , it’s got plenty features and you can explore more from the real p... Craigslist is notorious for flakers so please don't waste my time, contact me only if you're serious.
I went though withdraw for about a month after RTM because I was on a Software Developer MSDN account, but don't fret, you can easily switch between MSDN versions (at least around the time of renewal).I am returning my HDMI cable tomorrow and exchanging it. This connects to the VR325 through the component audio hookups.I verified by plugging and unplugging the audio cables that indeed it was feeding the audio to the Panasonic. The next test was obvious, I connected the analog audio cables to my old TV and switched the plasma back to digitial audio.C onditioning Please contact with any questions or other parts for sale you may need I have a couple other televisions for sale as well. no remote , but , easily program with after market remotes. Before receiving this TV as a gift, specifications for the monitor can be found at these links.. I have a few questions about the history of the cable service and cable companies that once served the Milwaukee area.1.