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30 - 32" Options

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Nik1967, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. Nik1967

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    Hi Guys,
    just got my audion system in place and now for the display. I have shortlisted to 5 models based on budget and reviews. They are :
    Philips 30 PF9975
    Philips 30 PF9946
    Sharp LC30HV4E
    Sharp LC 30AD1E
    Samsung LW32A23W

    These are all not the latest models, so there might be some of you who have been using these for some time. Please let me have your views on any or all of these models which you may have come across.
    Cheers
    Nik
     
  2. Skiny

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    How much are you planning on spending?
     
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    Any reason not think of choosing as an option the Toshiba 32wl48 ?
    Thanks
     
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    Or Sharp GA324E/3E?
     
  5. Nik1967

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    The reason i have shortlisted those 5 models is based on the offers going on those models in Germany(where i live). Also the reviews have been good for them all. My budget is approx. GBP 1500 in equivalent EUR 2200.
    cheers
    nik
     

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