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    Linsar TV's - any experience?

    hi there

    we are getting a Linsar 32" hd tv as a replacement for one we had die in the great storm of monday. I've not heard of them before - so has anyone else?
    found out they use the similar sort of parts made in turkey by vestel but thats all i know.

    Buy Linsar 32LED400S LED HD 720p Smart TV, 32" with Freeview HD, Black online at John Lewis

    thanks

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    yea i saw that too, unfortunately western power dist use a local firm to do their claims - in a way it would be a 'like for like' replacement as the tv that blew was an Argos £300 acoustic solutions tv, so it was not the best to be fair!

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    Surely the type or make of the TV shouldnt come into it. It cost you £300 so that is what you should get?

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    Have you checked Richer Sounds? They usually have some cracking deals.

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    "Surely the type or make of the TV shouldnt come into it. It cost you £300 so that is what you should get?"

    Nope, it shouldn't be new for old, it should be the cost of the product now (I think), so we are really getting a good deal, plus there's 5yr manufacturer guarentee with it.

    I was just asking if anyone else had any experience of them and if they were any good, anyways I'll find out tonight!

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    Well all seems well with it. Picture is good, audio is good. No complaints.

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