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New TV Required

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by sh18, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. sh18

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    Hi, im looking to buy a new TV for xmas as my current one is ancient and would like a decent TV to compliment my newly acquired 200 quid dvd player.
    Im looking for either 25" or preferably 28" with a maximum budget of about 200 quid, not a lot i know but hey im poor! I want a TV with a good visual and audio output and must have two scart sockets,
    ive seen 28" tvs made by Ferguson in Currys for around 199.99 but not sure if Ferguson are a good make or not.
     
  2. DRGL

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    Don't know what modern ferguson TV's are like but the old ones NEVER die ;)
     
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    I saw a Pacific 32" for £299 at Asda.

    I also saw Curry's advertise on telly, that this weekend they have a 25% discount on all their widescreen tv's. Now, I'm not if it would work but you could get a quote from curry's and then go to comet and perhaps they would price beat it by 10%?

    Worth a shot I reckon.

    Wasabi
     
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    Better off buying online @ Currys ;) MUCH cheaper than in store...........
     
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    You should have only spent £100 or less on the DVD and raised the stakes on the TV.

    Regards

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