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£1400 to spend on a 42" Plasma/LCD

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Pete872, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. Pete872

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    Right as my 6year old Panasonic widescreen has gone kerput, I'm in the market for a plasma or LCD (I realise that LCD may be out of my price range).

    I'm not really that bothered about a HD model but it must be at least 42". I have top whack of about £1400 to spend. I know with all the HD models now hitting the market that it could be the time to pick up a bargin.

    It will have NTL,DVD player and possibly a speaker system plugged into it. I'm not into games consoles so they dont need to be taken into consideration.

    So can anybody help me out on a suitable model. As you may have realised i'm not the most clued up on these things so any help at all would be very much apprieciated.

    Thanks,

    Pete.
     
  2. UrbanT

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    Pete, you sound like me when I was looking for a new plasma. Not interested in HD at this stage, I just wanted a good quality TV to run Sky and DVD.

    I ended up choosing the Panasonic PE50. The reasons were simple. I loved the looks. I had the choice of wall, pedestal or fully integrated stand. I thought the colours were excellent, and the blacks were better than anything else I had demo'd.

    It has more than enough connectors built in for your kit to. Hope this helps :)
     
  3. dickst3

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    Same here, although after initially looking for a PE50 I bought a PWD7 because it was cheaper, you don't need the tuner and the PQ is supposed to be slightly better.
     
  4. Pete872

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    Thanks guys they're both on my tocheck out list ;)

    Anyone else with suitable suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Pete.
     

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