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Loewe Aconda??

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by grufti, Apr 23, 2001.

  1. grufti

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    I'm just about to buy my first widescreen TV. I like the look of this model, but can anyone vouch for it's abilities, or should i be buying something else in the £1,500-2,000 bracket instead??

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  2. Mossman

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    Go for it mate! I have the 32" Zelos and it is superb!

    Cheers,

    Mossman :D :cool:
     
  3. Garrett

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    See my letter in Which 36"TV.
    Sounds good as well.
     
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    its probably the finest around at the moment,ive been saying that ever since it arrived.
    however, if you can wait and afford it,wait for the 40'acconda due in sept.
    if you want this tv look to pay £1690 minus stand.
     
  5. Napoleon

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    The Aconda in september will in fact be a 38" direct view model,without a flat screen.The price will probably be frightening.
     
  6. grufti

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    thanks, I'm defo gonna get a 32", I have a small room and the 40" would be overkill.

    Superfi in Manchester offered me one for £1,700 straight away without trying to haggle, if anyone knows of cheaper please let me know.

    Grufti

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  7. Jeff

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    Is you are into PCs make sure that you get the VGA option. I use it to connect an HTPC and the picture quality is superb.
     
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    Garrett you sent me a private message, but you have barred private messages and email so I can't reply. The answer is yes I have the same problem, but it doesn't affect me anymore because I use the VGA input for playing DVDs and the aspect on VGA is fixed to widescreen.
     

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