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Cheap passive 3d TV 37-40"

thelawnet

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I'm looking for a cheap passive 3d TV in the 37-40" size range. Any suggestions? 3d is not really a priority, but I need a new TV and figure I might as well have 3d on it as not???
 

Jason Shouler

Novice Member
...3d is not really a priority,
In that case why does it have to be passive :confused:

I'd look for any cheap 3D TV in the sales (but make sure you get some free glasses if it's an active set)
 

derek500

Well-known Member
In that case why does it have to be passive :confused:

I'd look for any cheap 3D TV in the sales (but make sure you get some free glasses if it's an active set)
The sales seem to be full of active shutter 3d sets with extra free glasses.

Reassuringly, for me, the LG Cinema 3d passive TVs are either out of stock or the prices have gone up. Knew I made the right decision!!
 
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celsius

Novice Member
This is not a recommandation, just answer your question:

If you have not seen it already, Tesco Tecnika 42" is going for £399, with a 3D BD player thrown in.
 

thelawnet

Member
To answer my own question, in the 32-42" range, there is:

Generic 42" with no connectivity features or freeview:
Tecnika (Tesco) £399 w/bd player
Logik (Dixons) £499
Cello (Ebuyer) £377
Bush (Argos) £599

Branded 32":
Philips Designline £750, fully featured
LG 450U, no connectivity £400

Branded 37"
Philips 7000 series, fully featured, with or without wifi - £800/£900

Branded 42"
Philips Designline £1000
LG 450U (no connectivity or freeview HD), £545
LG 550T or 650T (fully featured, 650T slightly better quality) £650
 

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