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looking at getting a Toshiba 27WL56P

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by funky phil, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. funky phil

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    hi guys! can anyone give me a hands on review of the Toshiba 27WL56P 26in LCD TV? been looking around for while for a hd lcd tv for the release of the xbox 360 but the tv will also be used for ntl digital and watching dvd`s. i was looking at the samsung lcd`s but after reading all the threads on here about tearing and buzzing problems i am now swaying towards the toshiba! i have been in my local comet/currys etc but the picture quality was poor as it was on all the tv`s! i want the tv to have good connectivity rgb/dvi/hdmi etc! any help would be great i have around £800 to spend!
     
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    Cant say what its like, but I am looking at buying this too, and notice that it is available for £650 from Dixons On-line special offer right now !
    £200 cheaper than the high street prices I have seen.
    Normally I wouldnt give Dixons a penny of my money on principle alone,......... but £200 is a lot of moolah !
     
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    I'm in the market for a 26" myself. I suspect the best bang for the buck is the JVC LT26DS6. Awesome reviews. Technically near identical to the Panny TX500 (sister companies) but with a 7ms response time. Can be had for less than £800 online.
     

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