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Buying a Television/DVD Combi.

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by loadsofleads, Nov 6, 2003.

  1. loadsofleads

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    My mothers finally decided to get a new tv after her ageing tv gave up the ghost. Remarkably she says she also wants to buy a DVD player and freeview adapter to go with it :eek: I think the poor cows been on the whisky :rolleyes:
    I am now in charge of buying this with the brief of "I want it cheap but it's got to have to last longer than me" :nono:
    I'm now on the lookout for a 28" tv with built in DVD player and freeview adapter. I'm guessing buying a tv with all the gubbins built in would be cheaper ? Total cost must not exeed around 600 quid :confused:
    I'd prefer to buy in a large store like Currys or Comet as she wouldn't allow her Credit Card near the internet (In case it gets hacked or somfinck ;) )
    I remember seeing a Thomson Tv/Dvd combi a while back but ain't seen one in a while. I know I can get a Freeview box for about 80 quid.

    Any of you guys got any ideas

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    Hi taffyboyo,

    Just been checking pricerunner and it came up with these tv's with built in dvd player :-

    http://uk.pricerunner.com/sound-and...101522=101522&c_158119=158119&c_139534=139534

    I would'nt say that these were that cheap really, sure you could pick up a tv and seperate dvd a bit cheaper, bit more selection as well. Something like :-

    http://uk.pricerunner.com/sound-and...106084,139550&c_106084=106084&c_139550=139550

    with a dvd player :-

    http://uk.pricerunner.com/sound-and...106279=106279&c_106280=106280&c_152519=152519

    You could maybe get a tv with build in digital tuner, maybe something like the Sony KD28-DX40 and just buy a seperate dvd player?

    Just a few ideas, hope it helps.

    Regards

    Paul

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  4. loadsofleads

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    Hi, thanks for the advice guys. I must admit I've seen this and even though it ain't widescreen It looks a good un. With a freeview box for under 50 quid me mam will be well pleased.
     

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