Ive got £800 to spend which plasma?

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  1. mattashby

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    Hi any ideas i would like to try and get JL to pricematch one or at least get a warranty

    looking for 42" - like the look of the px70cab any other ideas
     
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    samsung c96 (50 inch)
    samsung q97 (42 inch)

    oh and for the x70 and gaming look up green ghosting.
     
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    it will prob be mainly sd for a while and NO gaming its not for me for my dad
     
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    What will he want to connect to it?
     
  5. mattashby

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    sky+ maybe a upscaling dvd player that will pretty much be it - he just wants a big tv thats got hd maybe for a long time in the future
     
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    samsung c96 (50 inch)
    samsung q97 (42 inch)
    Panasonic X70

    are probably your best bets then. all about £750 - £850
     
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    With regards to the JL price match I have just purchased a Samsung PS42Q97HDX from them price matched from £949 to £829 & although not near the best price as I have seen them at around £690 if you take into account the 5 year warranty it is a very good deal indeed.
     
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    who did you pm with
     
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    i think so...my friend purchased a m87 from there, he noticed artifacts on his set and he informed the company and they came out to get it and in a week they gave him a new set as they couldnt solve the problem...

    im going to purchase from the site too...
     

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