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Flip-down kitchen LCD - got one?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Judders, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. Judders

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    Hi,

    In the process of fitting a new kitchen and the Mrs. has seen these flip down LCD's that MFI etc are selling. Although I'm not expecting anything great from it (if she can watch Eastenders on it, she'll be happy) I'd really like to hear a review from someone who has one.

    Here's the manufacturers link: Flip-down LCD

    Thanks in advance. :)

    Jud
     
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    How much is MFI selling them for? Also have you seen them at all in the store?
     
  3. Judders

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    I'm not sure how much MFI are asking? But I have heard they're giving them away free if you spend more than £5000 on a kitchen! I have seen them in the stores, but not connected and turned on :thumbsdow

    But I'll soon find out how good(or bad) they are, cos I've ordered one. Will let you know if it's any good.
     
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    viewing angle is poor and sound tinny personally a sharp 15" is so much better a few quid more but much better picture and sound, especially on a swing out arm from futureautomation.............
     
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    I never really thought about it much. A 15" in a swing arm is a cool idea.

    What is futureautomation?
     
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    Well, it arrived this morning. It's not fitted in the kitchen yet, but I've connected it up to Sky to have a peek and I have to say, it's not bad at all - for £200 anyway! Obviously it's not quite up to the same spec as my 32GA4E and Denon 500, but it'll be more than adequate for the kitchen. :thumbsup:
     
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    I have this TV. Does anyone have n instruction manual for it?

    Thanks

    Jon
     

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