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TECHWOOD TWP4205PL 42" plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by mustochio, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. mustochio

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    Please help advice needed, Found a deal in Currys Techwood twp4205pl with glass stand and dvd recorder and speakers and table top stand all for £1.199,
    thought this was a good deal and was wondering if anyone has any experience of this make and model? Would appreciate any thoughts you have, thanks .
     
  2. hornydragon

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    try a search they are cheap but not great £1300 gets you an LG PX11, £1500 sneeks an panny PWD6/PW7 with 5.1 sound
     
  3. w3dal

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    i think mep on here had a techwood. He now has a PW7.

    I have seen a techwood in action and it was an ok screen but wanted more for my money so went to av sales and got a PW7. One of the best purchases i have ever bought.

    Dal
     
  4. Mep

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    Dal it was a tiny actually but I'm sure they are similar ;-)
     
  5. w3dal

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    I knew it would of been the other one......

    Still didnt think it was great for the money.
     
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    correct :)
     
  7. mustochio

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    Thanks for the replys so far, would £1300 get you just a plasma screen or would it come with extras? thanks. And Mep can you tell me if you was pleased or not., cheers.
     
  8. Mep

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    not so far with the tiny, but replacement on route..so fingers crossed....delighted with the panasonic mate. If you want more of a telly than just a screen for that budget you may want to look at the LG...you'll see quite a few threads about it.
     
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    ok thanks i will do a search for LG, cheers mate.
     
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    If you pop into Dixon$ they are selling 'Pre-Owned' Techwood plasmas for £998, which apparantly are available in 'most' stores.

    So i think you gotta ask yourself "Where did they all come from?"
     
  11. mustochio

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    Exactly prob best steer clear, but it seems such a good price!! There is so much to consider with these plasmas, i dont know what to do ???
     
  12. Mep

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    cheap doesn't equal good value mate. What is your ideal set up...a big telly with speakers and tuner built in...or a screen with surround sound and tuner seperates?
     
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    I think the first one- big telly , good sound, but not too complicated, if you know what i mean?
     
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    well look at the viera and LG, as they come with tuners, speakers etc out of the box....but do view them
     

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