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Find me a telly!

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by tigercage, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. tigercage

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    My sisters moved into her new flat and together with her flatmate they have scraped together £600 to buy a new TV for thier lounge.

    Can anyone recomend a tv along with links to etailers or retailers where she could pick one up?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. GrahamC

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    Go to Currys/Comet, got loads they ave...
     
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    yeah thats what she was planning to do but i reckon their must be better deals alowing her to get more for her money than at those places?
     
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    What is she looking for??
    What size?
    Colour prefernces?
    Inputs?
    sound output?
    Prefered makes??
     
  5. tigercage

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    Anything mate.

    If you had £600 to spend on a telly what would it be? She has a dvd player and and a sky box. Thats it.
     
  6. Neiliboy

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    go to currys

    £499 for a toshiba 32zp46. You cannot go wrong. ladies love it because it has a thin bezel. The picture quality is awesome.

    I have one and am super chuffed with it.

    edit: just re-read my post and it sounds like i am a lady. Just to confirm I am not a lady ;)

    Neil
     
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    thats a £100 quid change too. Thanks will check it out.
     
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    if you are collecting this from a store make sure you get them to open it, check it and then you're away.....

    I bought my first one, took it home, unpacked it, built the stand, connected it to all my equipment.....went to turn it on....and.....nothing.

    Had to take two weeks, loads of phone calls, a visit from an engineer to sort it out and recommend a replacement.......a pain in the sphincter could have been avoided early on :)

    HTH

    Neil
     
  10. ddlooping

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    Hi all. :)

    tigercage, where is your sister based?
    I might be selling my Toshiba 36PZ48 (with stand, speakers, remote, manual...), but would need for it to be collected.
    It's in mint condition. :smashin:
     

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