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advice on a new widescreen t.v

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by cirdan, Jul 31, 2005.

  1. cirdan

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    hi. im just after a bit of advice about a new set. my parents are going to have my old hitachi 28widescreen and im looking for a new one. i dont have a lot to spend, probably under £300. i cant really afford to spend anymore. my room isnt that big so i dont really need anything more expensive. i have an amp/speaker setup. freeview doesnt really bother me as i use my t.v for mainly dvd playback.

    ive seen a couple on amazon, a toshiba and jvc for around £270. they both are ntsc compatible which i guess is pretty standard knowadays, and have enough scart sockets, i only have a video and dvd to hookup. they are both 50 hertz frequency, which i think my hitachi must be as i got it about 2 years ago. ive seen more expensive ones are 100 does that matter much?

    what are amazon like for larger items, i use them a lot but the most expensive thing i bought was a mini disk player. or is there anywhere else i can look. im going to look in my local t.v. shop where i bought my set from, that was before i was online, so i hope to get one at a good price.

    many thanks.
     
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    Always try and get a good demo of a set that you want to buy first. I would not recomned buying blind so to speak. :)


    Run a search on curry web site to see what is avalable in your price range.

    here


    Dave.
     

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