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£2,500 to spend - which plasma ?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Bone Daddy, Oct 20, 2003.

  1. Bone Daddy

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    A friend has in the region of £2,500 to spend on a plasma,whats the best deal or model for around that price figure ?? thanks Paul.
     
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    Look for a series 5 Panasonic at that price in 42 inch or a series 6 37 inch,

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    I'll vote for the NEC VP4S - available online for that price.
     
  4. Mr THX

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    Bone Daddy

    If your friend wants to put an extra £100 to their £2500 theres a Panasonic PW6 available in Black at Techtronics
    Of coarse I'd recommend you to do a search on this Forum for 'Techtronics' just to see for yourself what other members people think;)
     
  5. lovegroova

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    The series 6 is only available as 42" (or 50"). 37" is only available as the TH37PA20B which is a plasma TV rather than a display.

    Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    I viewed the NEC VP4 alongside the panny 6 at the ideal home show and the nec compared very favourably. It also comes with very good connection inputs. Don't forget that you are going to have pay for a wall or stand mount as extra and in the case of the panny probably another couple of connection boards and your looking at £3000. The only downside of the nec is that the dvi is not HDCP. your other options are the smaller philips which comes with wall mount or the hitachi.
     

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