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Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by ilovedts, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. ilovedts

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    I'm after a decent TV to play my PS2 on? Within a budget of around £200? :confused:
     
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    Your gonna struggle for that budget. How about one of those 'supermarket special' 28" widescreens that are available. Probably gonna be you biggest screen for that money and as long it has a RGB Scart it should do a fairly decent job for a PS2 or whatever.
     
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    I got a bargain from Dixons recently. I picked up a Thomson 28 inch widescreen 100Hz High Focus TV for £190 on a managers special. The TV has an amazing picture on it and the sound quality is excellent too. Playing a console through RGB on a good widescreen TV truly changes your perception of the graphics on console games!!

    You can pick up a Thomson 28WH403s on unbeatable.co.uk for around £330 at the moment (http://www.unbeatable.co.uk/CatalogueItem_15461.html). This TV is rated 4.5/5 in what dvd and TV magazine and has 100Hz processing of the picture. You could do a lot worse for your money! Have a look at the reviews of this TV through google.
     
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    Second hand you will get a SONY....Panny 28 or older 32.....
     
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    I have a 28" Widescreen thomson for my consoles when i have play them in bedroom and its got a great quality picture id recommend them :D
     
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    Hi i'm also looking for a Games Console Tv , must have the following :smashin: , Any Idea's

    Component in for Gamecube Picture
    Audio in for Gamecube sound , don't want to run amp for sound
    1 x RGB for PS2

    Looking fo 28" widescreen , don't want to spend over £700.00

    :thumbsup:
     
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    if your after a cheap set, try to find one in a local classifieds paper around where you live.
    ive bought a couple of philips 28" tv's for about £230 for both of them.
    just make sure you get a good look at the picture before you take it away with you.
     
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    http://www.jvc.co.uk/product.php?id=HV-28P37SJE&catid=100058&lid=
    best connectivity on a 28/32 in your budget......
    http://www.digitalempireonline.co.uk/default.asp?Detail=Yes&ModelID=13

    http://www.greatsaves.co.uk/product.asp?ID=4407
     
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    Bionic, what about these: Toshiba 28ZD26 or Toshiba 32ZD26

    I have one of the 32" models(which cost double what you can get it for now!) and i have to say it's fantastic.
     

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