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right i got 600 (may be able to 700) squid for a 32inch widescreen...

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by stepp, May 18, 2003.

  1. stepp

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    got the above cash and looking to get a set from somewhere like comet.

    i have done a search on here but all these model numbers etc mean nothing to me

    anyone got any ideas of what kinda set im looking at? is 100htz sets any cop or does it make no diference?

    as i said i only need a few answers as im gona but one tomoz

    thanks

    stepp
     
  2. Dimmy

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    100hz is mostly a load of nonsense - I prefer good ol' fashioned 50hz.

    In your price range you can probably get a Panasonic TX32PL4, which is a Pro Logic TV set which I believe Comet are selling for £699 - or at least they were before I quit working there.

    Also consider JVC's AV32T25EK - and don't let comet sell you the same model with "SC" written on the end which they'll tell you is a 'comet exclusive' and as a result will change you far too much for - even though it's the same telly.
     
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  5. Wayne Moule

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    Philips 32PW6506 standard 50Hz.

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    Hi Wayne

    I've read much Toshiba, Pany, Sony and the like but not much about Philips.

    I know you're probably biased but are there any issues I might want to look out for (known problems, quality issue...)?
    Or is it an good buy for someone like me ready to spend under £700?
     
  7. Wayne Moule

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    I'm not biased at all.

    I go for the bigger named brands normally,as long as they work,do the job and are of good quality.

    Philips are as bad as the others when it comes to quality control and design,I'm afraid.I know,I've had Sony and Panasonic as well.

    The Philips sets are the best all rounders to me and can have a cracking picture.

    The main Philips problem at the moment,to me,is a faint visible line down the middle of the screen,not the 6506 though.

    The 6515 has got a line down the middle and darker areas mainly top and bottom.

    The 6006 has got lines down the left and right and has got a dark RGB issue.

    My present 6506 is the best Philips since my last black 6332,which was ace.I wish I still had it,but it was rented anyway.

    The only problem with the 6506 is,if the Contrast is set too high the screen flashes when there is an area of white.Turn the Contrast and Brightness down to say 60/44 and it's ok,just.
     

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