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£800 budget - what should I get?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by james616, Sep 15, 2005.

  1. james616

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    Hi,

    I have set myself a budget of £800 to buy a new flatscreen TV. I really have no idea what is the best so I thought I would ask here.

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. prycop

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    Same here £800 to spend - a decent 26" tv or a half decent 32" - has to be HD compatable - what do you suggest?
     
  3. mattg

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    I am looking at the samsung - LE26R51BD at the mo
    £700 from dixons with "discount50" voucher online, normally stores will match it.
    HD ready and built in freeview box. here


    or the Sharp Aquos LC-26GA6E for £640 from here

    but no freeview.

    Both sets seem to get good reviews by people here and are this years models.
     
  4. knobbs

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    hi get the lg panels, theres a hi def one and one without.
    footys great on a lg prob best on market and the sky pic is brilliant.
     
  5. james616

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  6. Geoxis

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    I have seen the LG in a curry shop fed with HD. THe image is stunning so real so perfect.....
    Or the sharp Aquos you can get it for a good price at richersounds.co.uk

    Happy hunting.
     

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