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Choice of 6 tv's

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by mattygg, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. mattygg

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    Hi all,

    I have £1000 to spend and i have found a choice of a few tv's i was wondering whether i could get some expert opinion on them. I asked in a local shop but they kept trying to sell me more expensive ones. I dont mind paying £50 for p+p but £1000 really is my limit. Im going to buy sky+ and a dvd home cinema system, that is not included in the price. I wanted 42" if possible, here are a list of the ones that i have found, any input would be greatly appreciated.

    Hyundai ImageQuest HQP421SR 42" Plasma

    Samsung PS42V6SX

    Goodmans GTV42P

    Jvc GMV42PZW

    Panasonic TH42PWD6BX

    Panasonic TH42PWD7

    Relisys RP4206

    I have been looking at the reviews on HCC but most of these arent on there.

    I like the idea of the relisys and the hyundai as i can have 2 tuners at once.

    As i said before any input would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Matt
     
  2. neilmcl

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    Are any of them rear pro TVs, if not I think you're in the wrong forum.
     
  3. Chumpy

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    These are all plasmas or LCDs - this needs to be moved to the appropriate forum.
     
  4. LV426

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    So difficult to choose.......let's try Plasmas. Moving.....
     
  5. Lionheart

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    Cross Hyundai ImageQuest, Goodmans GTV42P and Relisys RP4206 off the list straight away if you dont want to waste money
     
  6. adymartin

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    panny pwd7 every time.
     
  7. CoolCurly

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    Nothing wrong with the Hyundai ImageQuest - why cross it off? Because it doesnt have the brand name of Panasonic? If you put both products together, the panasonic looks terrible....bad colours, crap blacks and the 3 Ive seen are noisy!

    Read some of the reviews mate on Ebuyers website, or look at the review listed on here from What Plasma March 05. They have come down alot since this review too!
     
  8. MAW

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    Strewth Curly, the Pannys you saw must have been connected up weird then, those comments just don't sit right. The Hyundai is a 'built down to a price' SKD plasma, you can buy a kit and build it yourself if you look hard enough. Box of generic parts, strangely similar to the relysis. Actually, on a tight budget I'd be tempted to say the panny 6, cos it has component video on the VGA port, saving you an input card. It is not a TV of course, presumably you have digital TV? If so what? the rest of your kit will determine whether the P is a viable option on your budget in fact, or whether you must choose a built in tuner and speakers.
     

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