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LCD/Plasma in a Conservatory

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by billyc, Oct 17, 2005.

  1. billyc

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    First post in an excellent forum.

    I like many others have been deliberating for months on which LCD or Plasma to go for.
    My main concern is that it will be used in a conservatory. Whilst when watching TV the room would always be warm, overnight in winter it can get very cold in the room. Does anyone know if this could be a major issue??

    I have narrowed my choice down to Sharp P50, Sammy BDX, Tosh 56/58 or a Panny Plasma 37Pe50B.
    I will be using Sky+ and Denon DHT500Sd system and I am swayed to Sharp P50 or Plasma for superior SD performance but feel I will kick myself if I do not go down the HD route. What are the Samsung and Toshiba's performance with Sky?

    I was told in PowerHouse today by a rare knowledgable salesman that a Sky Rep had been in the store on Saturday and the HD boxes will be £495 with £50 per month sub, this could prove too expensive for me in the short term.
     

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