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philips 32pw9576/9556

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by G.M, Oct 22, 2002.

  1. G.M

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    Are these designer sets any good(platinum/lilac finishes)?
    Is the lilac finish a bit loud/garish?
    Has anyone had dealings with robert whyte or buy your av.com?
    All comments gratefully received.
    regards,
    G.M.
     
  2. -Jay-

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    hi gm i`m getting the 32pw9576 platinum tonight.i have tried this set instore & it was very good.i`m swapping my tosh 32zd26 for it. i`ll let you know what i think of it after i set it up & play a few dvds.i`m getting it from empire £1000 currys also sell it at that price.
     
  3. G.M

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    Unfortunately, I missed out on the Currys offer as they had sold
    out. Buy yourav.com are selling the lilac version for £899, I'm a
    bit worried the finish might be a bit garish as i haven't seen it in
    the flesh.
    The toshiba you had was also on my shortlist, why are you replacing it?
    regards,
    G.M.
     
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    thats a shame about the deal at currys.i`ve not seen the lilac but i liked the platinum anyway. don`t you like the platinum
     
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    I would prefer the platinum finish, but it appears to be attracting
    a £100-£200 premium over the lilac finished model. As they're the
    same set i found it a bit odd.
    regards,
    G.M.
     

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