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Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Rockets, May 17, 2005.

  1. Rockets

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    Great forum but now swamped with info overload.

    I have between 2 and 2.5k to spend on plasma. Was going to go for Hitachi PD5200 due to HDTV issues (rather than 5300). Anyone got any advice - I see Panasonic gets some people's votes.

    Primarily bought for watching sport on Sky+ and DVDs.

    Any suggestions? :lease:
     
  2. Sulis

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    Well spotted, that man... :)
     
  3. saint65

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    I have been in the same boat and was this close to buying the pioneer 43 inch but resisted in the end due to its supposed poor picture quality with sky now. Given that i wont be taking up sky HD for a while due to high initial costs i have decided to wait till xmas until more high def sets are available. though the pana pv500 looks promising.

    also looked at sammy sp50 dlp rear pro tv which looks great and at under £2k from costco looks a great buy. But thats a topic for a separate forum
     
  4. Jazz Monkey Jr

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    Wait for the Panasonic TH42-PV500 to come out in a few weeks then get a demo of a few in your budget.

    I have seen the TH-42PE50 and was impressed by the picture on SD material.
     

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