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What 28" for parents.

Discussion in 'TVs' started by rulocal, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. rulocal

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    My sister and I are treating my parents to a TV for Xmas. We don't really want to spend more than 300 notes. Features not really important just a good solid picture.

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    Lucky them!

    I expect I'll get slippers (again) from my kids. :thumbsdow

    (Can't think where they get their mean streak from. :laugh: )

    Now, I assume you want a widescreen, but how important is a flat screen?

    Also, have you thought about including an extended guarantee in the £300, for complete peace of mind?
     
  4. rulocal

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    I'll probably get a John Lewis price match done. Widescreen is important and flat would be good but not a must.

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    Rulocal,

    Sounds good to me. :)

    Hope your parents are pleased with their new telly.

    (and hope my slippers fit properly. :laugh: )

    Happy Christmas. :thumbsup:
     

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