Best TV For £1000.00?

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  1. New Bloke

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    I'm away to spend £1000.00 of my hard earned cash and really need your help on which one to buy.

    I'm looking for anything between 28" - 32" (don't think I would get a good 36").

    Not too bothered about DD 5.1 or DTS, I don't have any Home Cinema system but I will think about it.

    Some people have suggested the following:

    Toshiba ZP18Q
    Toshiba Strada
    Panny PB50

    Please help:rolleyes:
     
  2. lynx

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    For all it's faults i would still consider an FQ75. Though do a search and tread carefully. Be quick though as stocks appear to be dwindling. Good luck.
     
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    tosh strata 32" from unbeatable or jvc av32l5 at prcdirect
     
  4. Orson

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    I've had the 28" Panny PB50 (three actually) & have given up because of poor geometry, but I've just (1 day) had a new 32" PB50, on which the geometry is pretty much spot on. This tv has a really good sound system (IMHO) on its own, & is available from Empire Direct for £999 inc VAT.
     
  5. New Bloke

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    I have been looking at articles for the 9617 Philips. It looks good too!

    My brain is going to explode!!!:( :( :(

    It doesn't matter what TV I pick, there is always someone who has had some bad experience with PB50, 9617 ZP18, Boo Hoo!
     
  6. rct

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    Well I can vouch for the 9617... you'd be hard pressed to find it for under a grand though (32" version). A huge number of my posts relate to this set so a search should bring up quite a chunk of info! :)
     
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    I've seen the 28" 9617 for £829 + stand for £90 from anythingdirect.com, & they say they have them in stock - I don't know what they're like, I posted a question asking if anyone had any experience of them, but got no replies. You could always use them to get a price match.
     

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