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Thomson vs JVC

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Toby Esterhase, Aug 5, 2001.

  1. Toby Esterhase

    Toby Esterhase
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    I can't decide between a two sets. Both are 28" flat screen. One is a JVC at about £585 the other a Thomson at about £550. The Thomson has vitual Dolby but I'm not too fussed about that since I've got a 5.1 DVD system. The Thomsom is 100Hz and is cheap for that sort of spec. I'm leaning towards JVC since I don't know much about Thomson - except that their e-mail help line is very efficient! Am I being too brand conscious? Any advice gratefully received.

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  2. simon1

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    As far as I can gather, Thomson isn't bad in terms of picture/sound quality or it's general specification.

    But.........I've heard that you can run into problems should a repair or spare parts become nesseccary in the future.

    Personally, I'd stick with the mainstream brands like: Panasonic, Hitachi, Sony, Jvc, Toshiba and Philips.
     

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