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Fischen 37" LCD TV

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by mskim, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. mskim

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    Anyone got one yet Fischen 37" LCD TV ? Thoughts, etc ?
     
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    Where have you seen these?
     
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    anyone know what these are like?

    42" LCD for £1600!!!

    must be something amis for this sort of price surely.

    ebay links states the 37" has built in digital tuner too....
     
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    Looks like both ebay and order 24/7 TVs are by Zinat (which looks like a brand of this outfit http://www.atech.co.kr/). The ebay listing takes the pictures and description direct from the atech site. Once catch appears to be that although they say the TV is HD ready and it has DVI connection, nowhere does it mention HDCP. Also, the suggestion that its digi tuner will allow you to recieve HD broadcasts is somewhat misleading "LCD TV with integral Digital (for direct reception of Digital HD broadcasts) & Analogue TV Tuner" I guess if the Freeview broadcasters started HD broadcasts without any copyright encription this would be true, but if you're expecting to see Sky or HD DVD you'd be stuffed. :thumbsdow
     
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    I found one of these for sale on savastore a week or so ago for £1010.

    I was going to buy it but the fact that the retailer wasnt that good I didnt bother however I did contact the service agent who when asked about warranty didn't know but told me to contact the manufacture in Korea as they where just an agent.

    They did email me pretty quickly and told me it had 2 years but what put me off was what happens if the service agent goes bust or decides not to fix them again so no real back up.
     

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