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    Well I like my 42" LG... :P

    Out of those two, though, Panasonic have always seemed higher quality to me. Sony in general have not had a good few years recently, it seems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiqueABoo View Post
    But which one is it then? Sounds like TX-L37V10B if it's got DNLA (although the G10B does have an ethernet socket - but I didn't think that was supposed to do anything besides the FreeSat/iPlayer stuff).
    Sorry, mine is a V10B not a G10B - It's still the nuts though!

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    PANASONIC ALL THE WAY!

    Panasonic announced last week 10 new models which will have FreeSat HD and Freeview HD Tuners.

    This means that the current / older models will start to be discounted and good offers to be had!

    Your own personal choice between LCD & Plasma (Pros and Cons on both).

    As previously mentioned check out AVForums.com Home and Showbiz, entertainment and media news - Digital Spy for reviews etc.

    Good place to look for good prices is TVs | LCD TV | LED TVs | Cheap LCD TVs, Plasma TVs, Televisions and HD Ready TVs from Direct TVs


    The ethernet socket on FreeSat Panasonics is for the upcoming BBC iPlayer and ITV Player (Humax & Sony already enabled).
    Additionally, the later model Panasonic TVs also have VieraCast to enable viewing of YouTube etc.
    Last edited by MYK-IT; 22nd February 2010 at 06:15 PM.

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    I have a samsung 40"

    Samsung LE40A656 Review – 40” 1080p 100Hz LCD HD TV

    Its pretty good but want to wait a few years until it karks it so I can get a better one.

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    Ive used direct TVs myself, seemed a bit iffy at first brought it via Direct TVs, billed by Direct Laptops and Invoiced by Direct God Knows What. The TV came very quick and I have had no issues so for the cheap price it was worth it

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    Our previous 'big' TV was a 28" Widescreen Sony CRT, but having switched 2 years ago to Panasonic 42" Plasma (having done a lot of research) I have been very happy with my choice. We have a 19" Panasonic LCD TV in our kitchen too. Several family members have also bought Panasonic having seen ours.

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