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Doh! Panny PW7 37" for 899

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by rudy, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. rudy

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    :eek: Even though I had a bad experience with Richer Sounds(pushy sales staff being economical with truth etc) , now there is no reason to buy a crappy chinese made plasma, unless you really have to have a 42".
     
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    or a pw7 42" for 999 !
     
  3. toonarmy

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    I thought Panasonic were making most of their Plasma screens in China now.

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    Yep - they are...

    Just like iPods and almost every other mass manufactured product. It's the design that matters, not where it's built!

    The sentiment is right though - there is little argument for buying crappy unknown products when the Panasonics can be bought so inexpensively now.

    Steve
     
  5. rudy

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    I noticed RS were pitching theirs directly against TINY. About time too. Stuck next to the Panny in the window at Houndsditch is a 2 star review of the Tiny Optima.
     

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