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Help needed for 32" Widescreen

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by rob j, Jun 5, 2003.

  1. rob j

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    Hi everyone,

    I am looking for a TV with the following spec for my sister. She wants:

    32" pureflat widescreen, 100hz res, at least 2 scarts.

    Can anyone advise me on any good models. Budget is around £600, and must be singing and dancing as much as possible at this price! ;)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!:)

    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks PaulJ! :smashin:

    On the same site I found a Panasonic TX32PS12 with 100Hz scanning, and also this LG , which is available at unbeatable.co.uk for £598 inc del. :eek:

    does anyone have any opinions on these two models, or perhaps some others which I have missed? :confused:

    Much appreciated :smashin:
     
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    Hi Rob J,

    Cant comment on those 2 models as I don't have them.

    Did a quick search on pricerunner, if you can go upto £700, there appears to be a couple decent models :-

    Philips 32pw8608/8717
    Sony FX68/LS60

    I've seen a few good reviews on he LS60 on this forum. I think the styling is an acquired taste though, im not keen on the curved look at the bottom.

    Did a search on this forum and there seems to be a few threads on these models.

    I had 9527 before with black bars, excellent pq, until action.quick moving scenes. Got Sony FQ70 now, seems to be a more consistent picture on the sony.

    Happy Hunting.

    PaulJ :smashin:
     

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