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what hifi sound and vision plasma reviews

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by rooney, Jun 5, 2004.

  1. rooney

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    what hifi sound and vision plasma supertest july 2004


    ......................(marked out of 5)
    daweoo dw dp42sp .........2/5
    fujitsu p42hha30 ..... 4/5
    hitachi 42pd5200 ..... 4/5
    panasonic 42pe30 ..... 5/5 :hiya:
    pioneer pdp 434hde .....5/5
    thomson 42wmo3st .....2/5
    toshiba 42wp36 ....3/5
    yamaha pdm 4210 .... 4/5

    pe30 came out as the winner folowed by the pioneer(to pricey)

    hopefully this might be of use to some one :D
     
  2. Jasonjo

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    Another What HiFi "The best plasma ever..."

    Last month it was th 434, this month it was the PE30, next month it will be...

    Great mag, but they do make me laugh ;)

    JJ
     
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    What HiFi S & V plasma reviews 'of use to someone' :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
  4. Joe Fernand

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    Hello all

    I guess having a DVI or HDMI input (with HDCP) and compatibility with 720P signals (as per some of the other models mentioned) didn't count for much in that group test!!!

    Best regards

    Joe
     
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    In my experience I would be VERY careful trusting magazine reviews. It seems that different magazines will award vastly different scores for the same product, be buyist towards certain manufacturers and change there mind as and when they feel like it..

    Use the magazine reviews as a guide and try before you buy.
     
  6. Brogan

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    Not knocking you Scooby but that has to be the best typo ever as it almost means the same thing but in a more overt manner... :smashin:

    P.S. I guess you meant biased...
     
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    And so we have the birth of a new word.. 'Buyist' - to show favouritism toward a particular product/manufacturer where spending money is concerned.:laugh:

    Got to admit.. spelling ain't my strong point!
     
  8. rooney

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    nevier iss mine :lesson:
     

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