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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
After a 19", 23" or 26" samsung.

I dont want to pay much more than £400 realy.

Don't mind having a 19" if the price is right but would prefer bigger.

26" samsung is £413 over at dixons.
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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[helper]#1
If you're looking for a 26" Samsung its £387 here
http://www.cheaptelly.co.uk/shop/pro...oducts_id=1324
use the code TAGEDRAFRETH for £20 off to bring it down to £387

You can also get 2.5% Quidco cashback as well - bringing it just under £380
#2
Is that the same one that dixons have ?

If not which one is better ?
[helper]#3
The R88 at Dixons/Currys/Pixmania is specific to the Dixons group but it is the same tv as the R87 with some minor cosmetic differences....
#4
Cheers mate.

Wont dive in to buy it just yet i saw the 19" version for £250 from duck.co.uk

I want this tv for the bedroom to watch dvds on and play an xbox 360 what kind of quality can i expect from these tvs ?
[helper]#5
They're not bad tvs - better than many of the budget ones and are rated quite highly in reviews...quality of picture should be excellent.
#6
gari189
They're not bad tvs - better than many of the budget ones and are rated quite highly in reviews...quality of picture should be excellent.


since when have Samsung been 'budget' ????? :w00t: :w00t:
[helper]#7
mikeyw
since when have Samsung been 'budget' ?????

The thing is - all these "enthusiast" review magazines tend to refer to them as budget - mainly cause they are comparing them to top of the range TVs that cost 2 or 3 times more :w00t:

but what I really meant was that the picture quality was likely to be better than a 32" Hannspree (those sort of budget ones) :thumbsup:
#8
Can anyone find the best price for a 23" samsung please?
As this is the ideal size for my bedroom.
#9
gari189
The thing is - all these "enthusiast" review magazines tend to refer to them as budget - mainly cause they are comparing them to top of the range TVs that cost 2 or 3 times more :w00t:

but what I really meant was that the picture quality was likely to be better than a 32" Hannspree (those sort of budget ones) :thumbsup:

Don't know about that my xbox 360 games look awesome through my Hannspree. As good as my Sony Bravia! :thinking:
#10
Dont they both use Samsung panels?
[helper]#11
Cheapest (£359) samsung 23" (before Quidco) appears to be with BE - there's a list of prices below (I've ordered from BE couple of years ago without any problems)

http://www.lcd-tv-prices.co.uk/compare-prices/Samsung-LE23R87BDX.html

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