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Mitsubishi 82''

Discussion in 'TVs' started by malso, Apr 29, 2005.

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    it gets a great review too, almost perfect :D

    but it'll be mega expensive, could be about 10 000 quid as a rough guess, now that's enough money to get my 2 bedroom house double glazed, plus a new kitchen and including the new Sammy 56'' :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    but i know exactly what you mean, that tv would be awesome but requires a new house to get it in, the best bet for myself is the biggest possible screen and value for money/reliability, a 46'' or a 50'' is too small, so i'll go for the 56'' sammy....this screen is 4 times the size of my midget Phillips 24'' :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    it might not be on sale here till Xmas time, but who cares because i wont have the money until then anyway..........but i also need a good DVD player and those Tannoy fusion speakers, which i can get on Dealtime for sod all.

    yes i'm on Dealtime all night long :D :D remember, ``a fool and his gold are easy to part``. :D :D
     
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    Mitusubishi front projectors have been having a lot of rav reviews as well. A 82' screen would be too hard to resist. :devil:
     
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    my computer screen is a Mitsubishi diamond plus 19'' and its excellent too, they're a damned good company and the Ralliart Evo 8 is a great car too :D :D :D

    seriously though, i know you'll buy it; i can tell. :D :D

    i would too if i could afford it........i'd simply turn the room around so the tv was facing along the 20ft dimension, rather than the 10ft it is now
     
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    Mitsubishi used to make excellent vhs and super vhs recorders. I had the B82 (S-VHS) and I think the B31. Both good players for their time

    I would buy th e82' mit's straight away demo all being well.

    I wonder how much I would get for my RD65? :rolleyes:
     
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    how about that 102'' Sammy plasma, it's only 45 000 quid :eek: :eek: :eek:
    and it's the latest technology too :D :D
     
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    I have decieded to block all my windows with large displays. I will use daylight bulbs to give the issulion of light. :D
     
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    i'm not that keen on plasmas anyway, they dont look natural; but the new pioneer/panasonics are supposed to be excellent, but yet again too expensive for only 42 ''
     
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    I have seen the 81' pioneer and I must say it was very impressive.
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    Steptoe and Son actually Lion :rotfl:
     

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