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Best/Cheapest - Well Known Make' 72" Or Bigger Plasma, HD TV's?

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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
Thankyou. Will be appreciated.
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
This one is freaking massive...

http://www.247av.com/panasonic-th103pf9ek-th103pf9bk-p-93952.html

or this one is a bit more reserved...

http://www.247av.com/lg-mz71py10-p-26528.html

...although its a bit small.

Good luck!

:thumbsup:
#2
55k. Way to expensive

Thanks for looking!
#3
Have you tried a projector just as good if its in a dark room.
#4
mines only 50" HD TV :(
#6
whats better, plasma or lcd?
#7
Plasma seems far clearer to me than LCD.

But plasmas use a hell of a lot of electricity.
#8
Although it's only 70" might be worth looking at the Sony 70 inch rear projection (SXRD) set if they are still available.

IIRC correctly it'll support true HD at 1920*1080p and is less than £5K

HTH,
Neil
#9
DLP is the way to go (digital rear projection)

It's as flat as a plasma apart from the base which is not too big (about the 1/3 size of a CRT base) - plus the picture is superb !!
#10
not really looking for a projecter. Need a tv really. Anyone?
#11
lol Internet Tycoon Chris was on about a rear projection TV. I've had my 50" Tosh for 5 years now (It was expensive then) but DLP sounds good.

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