Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by RyanK, Oct 5, 2005.
For your Panasonic TX32LXD500? and where did you buy it from?
Didn't bother paid £840 for the equally as good Samsung
Likewise, but £726
bought a DLP instead (now called REAR PROJECTION - they R0X0r ALL OF YOU!
£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
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?
Errrr Why - because it says panasonic on the front ??? .....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.
let the flames begin....... Come on guys keep in on topic for the original poster...
I think the original poster was inviting a little bit of flaming, by presuming that everyone here would actually want a Panasonic 500
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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