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Right i've gone and done it!

AV Monkey

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After much debate and research almost making my eyes bleed like that girl off hero's i finally pulled the trigger.:thumbsup: I originally ordered the TH42-pz85. Then after another couple of weeks pulling my hair out and constantly moving around a big bit of wrapping paper up and down the wall decided this afternoon to change the order for a TH46-pz85, phheeww. Feel much better now.;) Hopeing this will give me the best compromise for viewing sd sky+ stuff and upscaled dvd stuff at 11 feet. And blu-ray later from around 7/8 feet using a bean bag. I just have to forget the extra £300 it cost to go larger. Just got to wait a couple of weeks for stock to come in.
Thanks for everyone who has given me honest advice during this very difficult decision. And feel pretty happy i have made a good decision based on my budget.

AV Monkey

Established Member
Thanks for the reasurance and no i only read reviews for the 42" but after reading that iam so looking forward to getting it just hope the shop get it in quicker than the estimated 2 weeks. Although it gives me time to drill and fix the wall mount.


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In the shop I compared the 42 and a 50 and with the distance I sit at at home, I picked the 50. Just unpacked and set it up, but I'm already used to it. Bigger is better for a screen. ;) Good choice on the 46! :smashin:


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I have done a similar thing went for a 37PX80, but after a couple of faulty sets im tryin the samsung PS-42A457.

Would rahter have it slightly oversized.

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