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£1000 budget but what technology to go for?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by mrbcool, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. mrbcool

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    Ok, after spending sometime on this forum I’m no close to deciding what I need, I basically have around £1000 to spend on a TV items, to do the following:

    - freeview TV
    - DVD (PAL&NTSC)
    - xbox (chipped)
    - xbox 360 in best possible res
    - occasional PC connection
    - HD-DVD/Blue Ray
    - HTDV

    The last two will be when the technologies are ready. I currently have a old Sanyo projector for watching movies & PC use and a 25” CRT for the TV and xbox.
    I was planning on buying a £500 Epson TW10H projector and a Samsung 26” LCD TV but now I’m not sure! I want to be fully HD ready and be able to play the xbox 360 via a quality screen, either the projector or the LCD depending on occasion.

    What would you guys go for? I could spend more a decent LCD, or just buy a 28” CRT and spend the rest on a better projector? I’ve kind of ruled out plasma as read you need to spend a lot to get a proper HD one, not scaled down etc.

    Such confusion! It always seems there is a downside to some product.
     

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