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Bought a 37PW7B but got a 37PW7 ?????

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Edmond22, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. Edmond22

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    Plasma was advertised as a TH-37PW7B when it came the B had gone?? Have I ended up with an inferior plasma.
     
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    the B is stamped on to the box at the factory as the plasma leaves for the destination market.....screen is the same
     
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    Thanks HD. How would you rate this piece of kit? I have the screen linked through a Denon AVR 1905. I V happy with the PQ ,but concerned it may get dated very quickly i.e. HDTV etc
     
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    the pw7 is a great SD screen for the money....HDTV is going to be some time before it's worth having.....so just enjoy for now and worry about the future in...errrr ....the future :)
     
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    top bit of kit mate
     
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    Sound good to me mep and thanks for your post re my blue faced images. Its all sorted now (faulty cable) got the telewest working got the DMR E55 sorted just need to juice the PS2 and I`m cookinn Any ideas re where I can get a component cable or kit for the Ps2?
     
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    Great mep and thanks again for your help. Time for kip now me thinks.
     
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    Edmond, read the 'import or not' thread, it may be relevant. What does the warranty look like? A little grey booklet, by any chance? Says 'Pan European warranty'? If so it's not an offical 'b' model, though as all say, don't rip your hair out and set fire to your pants, electronically it's identical.
     

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