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Which 32" TV?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Santa, Apr 7, 2001.

  1. Santa

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    Hitachi
    Sony
    Panny, or
    LG.
    Budget is anywhere under £1000.
    Are hitachi 810's the best set?
    Thanks for any help.
    Oh, one more thing, would you rent or buy a TV at the moment?
     
  2. 9designs

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    Well I've just bought a JVC AV32WFR1,
    Flat screen, 50Hz, Pro-logic, stand, etc etc,can't say anything against yet, ( only 1 week old) good picture, nice controls.
    £780, Bennetts Ipswich, under a price match offer against Hughs TV(£799)
    Bargin ?
     
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    buy an 810
     
  4. ALEXANDER

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    Hi,
    I have just bought the JVC AV 32 WR1 and its a cracking set. It was a toss up between that and the Sony DX30 (digital ) but as I got loads of advice about NOT BUYING DIGITAL I decided against the Sony. Sony make other models though and at the £ 1000 end of the market the TV's are all pretty good. I would say 32" is a sensible size for a TV unless you have a MEGA room. Remember when it goes wrong it has to be taken out!!! Empire Direct Stores do good deals at the moment!!
    Good luck and email me if you wish to discuss more in detail.
    Regards
    Alex
     

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