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DMTech DML-4117W - £199 Good Deal or not?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Tyler Durden, Apr 25, 2005.

  1. Tyler Durden

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    I have found a DML-4117W for £199 +P+P and wondered if it would be a good choice for a bedroom TV. Thanks
     
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    This review seems to rate it

    A quick look and the cheapest I could see was over £300, so it seems darn good value to me, if you think it is big enough. Frankly it is not bad value just as a computer monitor. :thumbsup:
     
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    Hi there

    I am looking to buy the DMTech 17" and want to know where you saw that price? Wonder if they still have it. I was looking at Comet to purchase for £329.

    Thanks

    Rex
     
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    Some Tesco's stores currently have the 4117WD with intergrated DVD player for a humble £349, the 26" is £599 again with internal DVD.

    Believe they also have the 20" model also with DVD for £379 but its 4:3 not widescreen.

    No idea what the price is or even if they have the 17" tv only model.
     
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    Oh yeah, forgot to say, can confirm that the tescos 17" DVD model seems to have newer firmware on it and a few extra screen modes and probably some other features added too.

    I set one up for someone who bought one recently, no idea about the others.

    The 17" model DVD can be made region free easily too. :)
     
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    Thanks for that. I am interested in the one without the DVD Player and also quite keen on the price of £199. However, I will visit the local Tesco Superstore to see what they have in stock.
    Cheers
     
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    Hi Tyler,

    Where did you see this for £199???

    I've seen it at £240 + £25 p&p on ebay.... grade A stock
     

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