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I have £1500! What what should I get?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by lami, Sep 15, 2005.

  1. lami

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    As stated in the title I have £1500 to spend on a plasma. I'd like a HD ready 42". Do you have any ideas? I've heard that samsung are doing a good model for around that price? Doe's anyone know what this model might be? Also please give me any links that may help me in my quest to find a decent priced plasma! Cheers :lease:
     
  2. tscotsman

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  3. nak

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    HI Lami,

    You could do a lot worse than the new Panasonic PW8 panel.

    Please click here

    This 37 incher is HD ready but only has a maximum vertical resolution of 480p.

    But it has a very smooth refresh rate, and is one of the most resilient screens against phosphor burn.
     
  4. Peabo

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    Samsung do a good model? :zonked:
     
  5. chedmaster

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    No its not, its HD compatible, as you said it only has 480 lines.
     
  6. tscotsman

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    well peabo its probably the only one thats 42" and HD ready for a budget of £1500, but I agree with you m8, that you would be better off saving up a bit more and getting a panasonic/pioneer/hitachi
     
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    Sorry, I meant compatible

    :suicide:
     

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