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37" HDMI Plasma - Which one?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Henry, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. Henry

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    I'm looking at getting a 37" or possibly a 42" plasma for the bedroom and I'd really want it to have HDMI. Any suggestions as to which ones I should be looking at. Keen to keep the cost down too!!!:smashin:
     
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    Choice limited (for HD Ready) to new Hitchi and forthcoming Panny PV500.........have asearch for Hitachi 7200/7500 and panny PV500
     
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    Cheers! If I was to look at 42" any other suggestions?
     
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    you dont want it 4:3 ,black and white and able to play 8 track cassettes do you?! :D
     
  5. hornydragon

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    Pioneer AND Fujitsu
     
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    hornydragon,
    i'm surprised you havn't advocated the new b&o 37' thats due soon!!
     
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    37' - that's bigger than the Empire Leicester square! :D
     
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    WHY (its a Panny in an £8k box?)
     
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    The Panny pv500. No doubt

    Saw apr. 25 plasma's the last couple of weeks, and the pv500 blew my mind. even with DVD input via S-VHS

    :thumbsup:
     
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    hornydragon,
    just jesting !
    and i'm with you on that
    still nice though.

    but seriously,i would wait a month or so,the choice is growing.
    i feel the panny is exell' value for money
     
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    Indeed it is the B&O are superb (if you have B&O kit already) otherwise not ideal give a Fujitsu 50" and Beocenter 2 any day over a 37" Beovision 4 plasma
     
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    Be warned, the PV500 does not look like the image on the panie site, which actually displays a pe50. The new pv 500 has speakers in black, built on to each side and the silver speaker on the bottom is not there.
    As regards picture quality, the local panie shop did not have hdmi leads so had thier dvd connected via scart, that said the picture was very impressive. Having now seen it, the order for the pioneer 435xde (which I had put on hold) was cancelled and the PV500 is due next week.
    Super deal at http://www.buyyourav.com/product_details.asp?prodID=1599
    £2269 inc pedastal and delivery.
    Also see dispalys at http://yellogb.net/gallery/index.htm for your av furniture if you want something really special.
     

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