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Samsung LE40R51BX or JVC LT-37DS6

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by saurabh123456, Aug 19, 2005.

  1. saurabh123456

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    So which lcd shall i buy?
    This
    [​IMG] or [​IMG] this.
    The tv will probably be used for watching sky tv (SKY HD as well) and dvd's from Panasonic SA-TM1 DVD player (home cinema kit). So i am looking at(in preference) 1) picture quality 2) Screen Size/Value 3) HD.

    If there are other LCD tv's suggestion within the same price range those are welcomed too :thumbsup: pls help!!!!!

    thx
     
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    JVC for me, every time. Samsung's are nice and a decent brand, but Sharp/JVC/Panasonic are a notch or two above. Possibly Sony included as well.
    Don't think the 3" is going to make any difference other than playing a numbers game.
     
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    After an extensive search, I've decided on the JVCLT37DS6. I was well impressed by the set and having spoken to a number of salesmen in different stores as well as reading various reviews I am satisfied that this is the one for me. What's the best price you found?
     
  4. saurabh123456

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    what about philips?
     
  5. pjskel

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    Least said about Philips and I the better! Others think they are good products - but I suggest you use your own eyes and decide for yourself which looks best to you. After all, you're the one having to live with whatever you buy, and you might see or not see things that we do or don't.
     
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    The 7320 series from philips should be nice, but i would take the jvc, it's a great all rounder!
     
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    i would do it but all the stores have crappy pq on tvs as they split teh signal, so there is no way i can see 4 myself. Also, i can't ask the store to play a dvd cos 1) big store, more ppl, less staff. 2) and i am not buying from that store so they won't be very happy after me testing all their lcd panels and then deciding to walk out :eek: :hiya:
     
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    can't find it in the uk (etailers and retailers) :(
     
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    £1646 inc del from price runner
     
  10. Yaka

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    does the 40" samsung suffer from tearing probs?
     
  11. guypb

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    Samsung now available at Currys - looks great - loads of inputs and price at pricerunner looks excellent.

    My main concerns before committing the the 40" Samsung are:

    Resolution - this isn't 1920x1080 - does it really make a difference?
    Price - are they going to plummet - or are these online offers really good value as these appear to be 1st Gen large screen LCDs?

    (BTW there is always a theory that one should buy 1st Gen products as they tend to last the longest!)
     

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