Advice to a Newbie regarding Plasma TVs

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by SnakeUK, Dec 24, 2002.

  1. SnakeUK

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    Hi folks, Im looking to get a plasma TV for around £2500 42 inch-ish. What other equipment and costs do I need to take into account.

    Ideally want one which I can put on the wall. Are wall brackets provided free with the TV?

    I understand that I need to get a tuner to watch TV channels. Shouldn't this be built into the TV? If not what one should I get and how much?

    I understand that there is an alternative to the tuner, i.e SKY or Freeview. If so how does it work?

    I basically need to know what I need to get a plasma TV to work like a normal TV as previously I assumed it would be the same as a normal TV i.e plug in aerial and start tuning the channels?

    With my price tag I'm probably confined to a Samsung or something? Which plasma tv should I consider with my price range.

    Cheers
     
  2. SnakeUK

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    Also how reliable are plasma screens. The last thing I want is to put up a wall bracket only to kep on removing the tv
     

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