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Hi I'm looking to get a huge tv at around 64" or higher. The bigger the tv the better.:giggle: Im looking to get it HD and preferably 1080p but no lower than 1080i (ie. no 720p tvs please):roll: … Read More
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
Hi I'm looking to get a huge tv at around 64" or higher. The bigger the tv the better.:giggle: Im looking to get it HD and preferably 1080p but no lower than 1080i (ie. no 720p tvs please):roll:

At the moment, the biggest (branded) tv I can get is this Samsung:

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/store/cur_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@2135673900.1191667504@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccccaddmehlddeicflgceggdhhmdfho.0&page=Product&fm=12&sm=0&tm=0&sku=586057&category_oid= Samsung 63 inch tv at currys=

which is £3644
If anyone can find a bigger lcd or plasma (not projection tvs) or can get a 63" or 64" tv at a better price, it would be a great help.

Thanks in advance, Amzmalhotra :thumbsup:

EDIT : Oh and let me add (from looking at the post below, lol!) my limit in funds is around £6000
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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#1
[U]Panasonic TH-103PF9BK TH-103PF9EK - 103 Plasma HD Ready WXGA

[/U][U]World's largest plasma screen

This is the 103" (TH-103PF9BK) version, and the largest of the long awaited Full HD professional Panasonic 9-series of 1080p High Definition Plasma Display panels. The PF9 series incorporates a host of leading edge technologies to reproduce clear, brilliant images with exceptional detail, true Full HD resolution and outstanding depth perception. The 103" display gives an image four times the size of the 50" version.

The new Full HD plasma models feature about 2 millions pixels (1920x1080), about twice as many as the conventional HD models. Images are uniformly clear, sharp and super-detailed across the entire screen surface.

[/U]http://www.cyberselect.co.uk/product/1104

Cheaper here (only £43567.68 inc. VAT)

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?origin=gbase6.1&prodID=B76955



#2
thanks for the reply and the link Barneydog!

But I probably should have said that my limit in term of funds is around £6000

Thanks anyway!
#4
Or a projector with the complete set-up (screen, proper blinds and all that) as well as a couch and popcorn machine for half the price!
#5
barneydog
[U]Panasonic TH-103PF9BK TH-103PF9EK - 103 Plasma HD Ready WXGA

[/U][U]World's largest plasma screen

This is the 103" (TH-103PF9BK) version, and the largest of the long awaited Full HD professional Panasonic 9-series of 1080p High Definition Plasma Display panels. The PF9 series incorporates a host of leading edge technologies to reproduce clear, brilliant images with exceptional detail, true Full HD resolution and outstanding depth perception. The 103" display gives an image four times the size of the 50" version.

The new Full HD plasma models feature about 2 millions pixels (1920x1080), about twice as many as the conventional HD models. Images are uniformly clear, sharp and super-detailed across the entire screen surface.

[/U]http://www.cyberselect.co.uk/product/1104

Cheaper here (only £43567.68 inc. VAT)

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?origin=gbase6.1&prodID=B76955





We seen this TV in NYC last year, wow was it BIG! :-D
#6
you can get the samsung tv at Dixons for £3494.00 when you enter SAVE150 at the checkout :thumbsup:
#7
Thanks Aimee, I may go for it soon but I'm just holding off because I have a hunch that I might find a better deal :thumbsup:
#8
Damn thats a big tv lol.
#9
How far back have you gotta be sat from that monster ??

PS did you read that installation was another £3150 on top of that... damn that puts me just over budget !

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