General Chat Thread, TV's in General; OK to start its well worth checking John Lewis as they will price match and a 5 year guarantee is ...
2nd December 2008, 06:42 PM #16
OK to start its well worth checking John Lewis as they will price match and a 5 year guarantee is included. Don't look at prices on thier site as it doesn't reflect prices in store. I bought a Panasonic and the store was matching a local retailer which meant the price was £50 lower than anywhere else.
For some discussion/advice see here: LCD Televisions - AVForums.com
Hopefully you'll be able to make a decission then. From personal experience I know how difficult this can be and I wish you luck.
Another site worth a look http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/
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2nd December 2008, 07:18 PM #17
I have just seen this on next wifes buy now pay later friend
Next - Special Offers - Page 1.2 - Televisions - Electricals its £250 cheaper than in the book?
Anyone got any opions on it?
Forogt to add on my origianl post that my DVD player does HDMI upscalling and I think would be a shame for me not to use it, however i have heard that people dont get much difference with it!
The TV maze continues....
2nd December 2008, 08:09 PM #18
I'd be careful. The catalog companies often have specials made for them by the mfrs. One letter different in the code, and a lot lower in quality/features (personal experience of washing machines and Zanusi).
Originally Posted by jj99
2kW!!??? F my best boots! That is insane! You'd never watch it in the summer.
Originally Posted by Sirbendy
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2nd December 2008, 09:54 PM #19
A Panasonic Viera TH-58PZ800U uses 196.37 watts which is 0.14 watts per sq inch, which is less power than a Sony PS3!
2nd December 2008, 10:48 PM #20
I got a Samsung 40" Full HD one for someone this summer and boy oh boy was it amazing, brilliant quality. We have hung it on a Voguel wall mount and its brilliant, they are so pleased with it, and even with the Wii on it it looks brilliant, very impressive bit of kit, I know Samsung kit is good I have a small HDTV by them myself so was expecting no less and I wasn't disapointed. Very good kit and well worth the money at the time.
3rd December 2008, 09:03 AM #21
Telewest (Virginmedia) give anyone with a tv box access to full iplayer for free. However the channels are limited unless you are willing to pay, but you get iplayer and an on demand service which just rips sky apart.
I think you can buy a phone line from them for £9/month and get free tv, or just get the basic tv package for about a tenner a month.
However, if you live in the back end of nowhere, looks like your stuck with sky and plugging a pc in!
3rd December 2008, 02:38 PM #22
Originally Posted by Daleus
Shropshire (only had mains water in 1966)
3rd December 2008, 03:21 PM #23
Our old 28" CRT has gone mental so I've just ordered a Samsung 32" LCD.
I was torn between that and the LG 32" but the thing is, LG tout their one as having 50,000:1 contrast ratio which is just ridiculous.
I usually check sites that sell them and also do customer reviews. I know a lot of reviews are very specific (i hate this tv cos the remote control is blue not black) but you get a general idea.
3rd December 2008, 04:08 PM #24
I vote projector. Got an Optoma HD65 last night and the image at 100" is beautiful... I killed so many people on CoD4
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