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Which to buy...complete newbie

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by pks1414, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. pks1414

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    I am currently going through the motions of purchasing an HD ready LCD TV. I have looked at quite a few and the 2 that seem to be main runners for me are the SONY KDLS32A12 or a PHILIPS 32 PF7520D/10.

    The main reason for the Sony is that I have always had there TV's and never had any complaints. As for the Phillips, that was recommended by a friend. I suppose my question is am I on the right track or are there better out there. I do not want to go above a 32inch screen and spend wise I would like to keep it below 1200 ( I have seen both of these for less than that)

    Any help or guidence would really be appreciated on this, I alreday have Sky+ albeit its one of those Amstrad boxes, will it all connect, I currently have a Sony WEGA TV
     
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    what does bump mean?!?!?!?
     
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    Just a way to get a post that has had no replies to the top of the forum, bump it back up:)
     
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    You'll have much more success using the dedicated LCD forum which already contains many threads on both of those models you mention:)
     

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