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Can you recommend a widescreen tv for £400?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Hardc0r3UK, Nov 27, 2003.

  1. Hardc0r3UK

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    I am after a budget set for around about £400. Any recommendations?
     
  2. Monty1977

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    Thomson seem to make some fine budget sets, they get good reviews too.

    28" or 32" ?

    HTH
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    28" is what I want. I have seen a Thomson 28WF201G £311 inc vat and del. Is this any good?
     
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    I bought the Samsung WS28M64NS for £329 delivered.

    28" W/S with a pureflat screen (and it is flat, unlike some makers claim)
    Fastext
    Nicam
    2x SCART (1 RGB)
    etc

    It's a cracking TV, lovely sharp picture and v good sound, no geomentry issues, lots of picture and sound settings to play with - I'm very impressed with it, especially for the money.

    I bought it here - http://www.qed-uk.com/?i=0-LHOc3HAtIO&vp=6&bg=166&bp=64nss&bi=0

    Ordered late Friday night, got an e-mail Sat saying delivery would be Tuesday - and it was.
     
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    Thanks for the replys. In the end I bought a Thomson 28WF201S. Its a fantastic tv. I have nothing bad to say about it. At £350 (from local Comet store) its a total bargin. I now have £150 left because I saved up £500 in the end, but after seeing this tv, I felt no need at all to pay more. I think this tv needs and Xbox to go with it as well :).
     
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    Hi

    I'm intrested in this TV could you tell me what it like with R1 DVD's

    Thanx in advance

    :)
     

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