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buying plasma

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by nickg1, Feb 4, 2002.

  1. nickg1

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    where to buy the philips 32" plasma ?
    online - e.g. unbeatable or QED for around £4K, or High Street - John Lewis/Debenhams for around £5K ?

    Is it worth an extra grand for the after sales service of the high st shops ?
     
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    Get allders to price match
    , and get the best of both worlds
     
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    I would go plasma too if I had the money!! My personal favourite is the Pansonic TH42PWB4. Saw it demo'ed at a hi-fi store. The quality is out of this world! Hopefully prices will come down over time.

    There are many reasons to go for plasma:

    1) No geometry problems
    2) No colour problems
    3) Immune to magnetic fields

    Isn't technology wonderful?!

    J
     
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    liverpoolfan

    do allders sell the philips 32" plasma?
    they don't have any plasmas for sale on their website .
     
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    £4k-£5k for a 32" plasma's rather expensive, you'll easily get a 42" Panasonic for under £5k.

    I don't rate the Philips 42" plasma I saw at all, terrible picture and artifacts.

    You should probably demo others before parting with that much money.

    Neil
     

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