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Dixons/currys Challenge Please Help

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by kurt_ego, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. kurt_ego

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    OK I HAVE £2000 OF DIXONS/CURRYS VOUCHERS. TO BUY A NEW TV WITH.. WHAT DO I BUY???
    DO I GO FOR A 30" LCD OR PLASMA
    A LARGE DIGITAL CRT?
    OR DO I GO FOR CHEAPER LCD REAR PROJECTION? HELP? CHECK THEIR SITE AND INFORM ME WHAT YOU THINK.
    PS I PREFER SONY :lease: :lease:
     
  2. EviL AnGeL

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    If it were me it would be the Sagem Axium 45" DLP High definition ready with HDCP. Costs bang on £2000 aswell.
     
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    It really depends what your needs are.For dvd playback and sky etc,purely for picture quality,crt tvs cant be beaten.For style and larger screens sizes plasma or lcd are best.There are pros and cons for all kinds ,so if was me i would go and have as many demos as possible.Take some of your favourite dvds in as well.
     
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    ...personally I would trade them with some poor unfortunate soul and go and buy something elsewhere in a decent electrical store!!!!
     
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    Could'nt agree more. They're total J Arthur Rankers.
     
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    If U Can Get A Sony Kp44px3 Rptv Then Do So It Has The Best Pic Qual Ive Ever Seen On Any Tv And Is Massive
     
  7. kurt_ego

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    what do you lot think of the Sony KF50SX300
     
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    Check The Review At Homecinemachoice.com Thats A Really Good Site For True Opinions
     
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    Also Remember The Lcd Rptvs Need A Bulb Change Every 6 To 8000 Hours Which Will Be Around £400+fitting
     

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