36" TVs under £2000

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Gareth, Feb 20, 2002.

  1. Gareth

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    I already have an AV amp, DVD player and speakers. I was going to buy the Tosh 36", but it seems a waste of money to pay for the processors and speakers included with that set. Any advice? I must admit, I would prefer a 36" TV over a 32". Also, I'm not convinced by the rear projection sets - they look poor quality.
     
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    panasonc pl30
     
  3. Joe Pineapples

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    I was going to second the Pana PL30, but didnt i read a problem with ntsc signals suffering from moire patterns? (pana's in general)

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  4. andyk

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    I, however, can second the PL30.

    I haven't noticed any moire patterns on NTSC stuff, but maybe I've never looked for it. I will keep an eye out in future
     
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    Well you can get the tosh for around £1500 now so that plenty under your budget.

    I have one and only ever used the speakers on the TV for about a week until my 3802 and Kef Eggs came in the post.

    Eversince they're been stashed up the loft gathering dust.

    I bought this TV because it has a great picture (features withstanding) and its case is not as big as some of the other brands.
     
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    As far as 36" TV's go, I would highly recommend the Sony KV36FS70. The set looks impressive and the picture is fantastic - DRC really works!! I've had mine or about 7 months and I'm still impressed by it every time I switch it on!!
     

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