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Looking for best TV around £600? Help please!

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Elhadjihough, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. Elhadjihough

    Elhadjihough
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    Hi, Hoping I can get some good advice on peoples thoughts for the best TV around the £600 mark? I'm looking for a 32inch, but thats about all I know (oh and I dont want it to look plug ugly!). But I'm worried if 100hrtz is needed and whether I will benefit? TV used for SKY+ box mostly, and gamecube!

    Thanks for any help :thumbsup:

    Regards
    Stu
     
  2. Niburu

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    Stu.

    Well.... The Philips 32PW9308 can be found for £550 on digital-point.co.uk. This is a 32inch flatscreen 100htz TV and with the official GameCube RGB scart cable, you will get top results from your games. DVD's come out superbly as well, it is a good all rounder. I have had mine for a couple of months and am very happy. Can't go wrong for under £600!!
    Good luck.
     
  3. Niburu

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    Just quickly. 100htz is better if you are sensitive to flicker but makes little difference really. I find it more pleasing on the eye but you can alternate modes on the Philips TV to suit your tastes.
    I have found Pixel Plus good on DVD but not so good on normal TV but I have a rooftop aerial. Sky+ should come out really well, as this TV loves digital pictures. 100htz does also help with the smoothness of mario kart on the gamecube!!
    Just my opinion really.....
     
  4. Elhadjihough

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    Hi, thanks for that Niburu, the Phillips was on my shortlist of 7!! I was wavering on the SONY KV32CS70 but maybe just for the name. I decided late last night though to take my chances with the Daewoo DSC3220EGB100D for the rather silly price of £439 on Argos. Main reason being, they are easy to send back to if its a bit poo, and my current telly is a Daewoo and has served me well for 6 years. I find them basic but underestimated quality wise. Fingers crossed its good. Anybody else tried/got this TV?
     

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