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Wow My Panasonic PWD42-5

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by NeilMcRae, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. NeilMcRae

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    Arrived this evening, outstanding! Still goto get some decent hookups using composite/s-video at the moment, in silver, Star Wars Ep 1 was outstanding! Even the wife is impressed!

    Got mine from www.plasma4u.com delivered it themselves great service considering I ordered it at 16:30 on Friday, highly recommended.

    One word of advice if your terminal board doesn't come installed, install it _before_ building the pedestal stand :)

    Couple of pics:

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    Cheers,
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    How as the price Neil? (if you don't mind me asking!)

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    Neil,

    Glad you're enjoying the screen - wait until you get RGB / component inputs to it though, the difference is amazing!

    On another note entirely though, the cabinet you've got it standing in - is that a home made unit, or a shop bought one? I'm after one very similar!

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    I am in the middle of designing my own cabinet. If I spend ~£3,500 on a plasma, I will have very little money for a while to spend on new furniture, my existing hi-fi furniture is not ideally suited.

    I hope the upgrade to Plasma is worth the effort!

    Adrian
     
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    That looks distinctly like my cabinet. Purchased about 2 years ago from Ikea. It was the only one I could find at the time that would take the weight of my Sony 32fx60. Good to see it will take a 42" plasma screen. I`m just waiting until after xmas to get mine doing my homework first. Before I relegate my Wega to the bedroom,
    Which is nice.

    Martyn
    Ps does the sony remote you have work the Panny as well?
     
  6. NeilMcRae

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    £3740 inc the stand.

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    Ikea - Bonde- fantastic really well made and holds the sound.

    http://www.ikea.co.uk/product_prese...uctnumber=00019135&type=III&id=5122,3039,3078

    Got RGB running today - wowzah! wowzah! wowzah!

    Neil.
     

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