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A Grand to spend - on what ?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by antsplan, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. antsplan

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    Hi Chaps

    I have a thousand pounds to spend on a TV for my mother in law. She wants "one of those wee slim ones that can go on the wall" - this in mind she has no intentions of ever mounting it on the wall !?!?

    It will be her main TV, with which she will watch cable from NTL. She doesnt have a DVD player and I doubt she will ever get one. I reckon I should go for as big a screen size as possible, as its her main TV, but then again should I sacrifice size for quality ?

    Please help with some suggestions on what I can advise her to purchase for £1000.

    All help greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Skiny

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    27" Toshiba? 26" Sharp GA series?
     
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  5. antsplan

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    Thanks guys will check these out.

    Cheers

    Ant
     
  6. Skiny

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    If you are going to be spending £1000, you should spend an extra £80 or so on a decent make like a Toshiba.
     

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