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How Much Did You Pay?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by RyanK, Oct 5, 2005.

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  1. £1300-£1399

    38.9%
  2. £1400-£1499

    16.7%
  3. £1500-£1599

    5.6%
  4. £1600-1699

    11.1%
  5. £1700-Above

    27.8%
  6. High Street Shop

    22.2%
  7. Online

    16.7%
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  1. RyanK

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    For your Panasonic TX32LXD500? and where did you buy it from?
     
  2. mjw123

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    Didn't bother paid £840 for the equally as good Samsung :clap: :clap:
     
  3. tdenson

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    Likewise, but £726
     
  4. kmhtkmhtkmht

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    bought a DLP instead (now called REAR PROJECTION - they R0X0r ALL OF YOU!
     
  5. PirateWolf

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    £1297 with Dixons, including delivery (got £50 off with a pricerunner discount code) - it should arrive on Wednesday next week, I've confirmed delivery by telephone and my receipt arrived in the post on Monday (the receipt shows a price of £1749 with a £453 online discount!).

    fwiw Comet are selling the 32LXD52 for a whopping £1399 online - over £100 more than you can get the featurepacked 500 for at Dixons/Currys (if you're lucky enough to place the order whilst they have stock available). In the space of a week I tried twice with Currys (both times the order failed the following day due to no stock), and then with Dixons and it seems to have gone ok *touchwood*

    Very much looking forward to taking delivery of it in a week's time... I think you need 3 things when buying an LCD tv at the moment - 1) a credit/debit card, 2) good luck, 3) patience. I can only wish you good luck ;)
     
  6. tony kop77

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    I would have thought picture quality is better on the Panasonic 500 than the Samsung isn't it? Is the Panasonic 500 the best LCD to buy then?
     
  7. mjw123

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    Errrr Why - because it says panasonic on the front ??? :nono: :nono: .....the shops must love brand people like you.....sell you inferior goods at inflated prices.....do some reasearch and see how good the Samsung really is.
     
  8. GrahamC

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    let the flames begin...:thumbsup:.... Come on guys keep in on topic for the original poster...:smashin:
     
  9. Nick_UK

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    I think the original poster was inviting a little bit of flaming, by presuming that everyone here would actually want a Panasonic 500 :suicide:

    Sure, we know that there's a large contingent of Panasonic fan-boys out there, but those of us with slightly deeper pockets and more discerning tastes might want to go for something slightly better ;)
     

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