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Curry's Don't Know their LCD's from their Plasma's!

spinaltap

Distinguished Member
Just goes to show that Curry's haven't a clue about what they're selling...

They have a full-page advertisement in today's Daily Express relating to the all-new Panasonic TX26LXD60 '26" High Definition Ready Digital Plasma TV' for £999.99 (available in-store now).
 

Reaperman

Active Member
:rotfl: ....
And to think I have just ordered a new Dishwasher from them......will end up with a Fridge being delivered.....:rolleyes:
 

hornydragon

Distinguished Member
petsim24 said:
I'm not leaping to the defence of Currys or anything, but they could well have got the information from Panasonic. The Panasonic website seems to state that the tv has a "G9 Progressive HD Plasma Panel". http://www.panasonic.co.uk/lcd-tv/tx26lxd60/index.htm Unless I've misunderstood what the G9 plasma panel is.
G9 Progressive HD Plasma Panel
Panasonic UK are the biggest bunch of idiots i have ever dealt woth only saved by the fact they have exclusive rights to market Matsush*ta products in the UK

Yes the Panny site is WRONG MUPPETS

Hello :hiya: All monkeys :hiya:
 

097263

Active Member
They've also mixed up the screen size, the 26" model page quoted states it's got a 32" screen :oops:
 

DRAMBO

Active Member
hornydragon said:
Panasonic UK are the biggest bunch of idiots i have ever dealt woth only saved by the fact they have exclusive rights to market Matsush*ta products in the UK

Yes the Panny site is WRONG MUPPETS

Hello :hiya: All monkeys :hiya:

Agreed!!!:oops:
 
hornydragon said:
Panasonic UK are the biggest bunch of idiots i have ever dealt woth only saved by the fact they have exclusive rights to market Matsush*ta products in the UK
They seem a bit inept to me, I was trying to get the firmware upgrade for the DVD-S97 player (which they have now discontinued :rolleyes: ) because I wasn't pleased with the image quality and they told me that the unit would have to be returned to them so a service engineer could press the secret button combination that would tell me what firmware version was already loaded :rotfl:

So in the end I just went onto AVSForum.com and used instructions and a firmware file that was designed for the American model. Problem solved.
 

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