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Hi, I have been visiting this website for quite a while now, and am amazed by the deals that people can find! I was hoping that you good people could share the wealth of knowledge and advise me … Read More
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Hi,

I have been visiting this website for quite a while now, and am amazed by the deals that people can find!

I was hoping that you good people could share the wealth of knowledge and advise me on a decent television to purchase.

I am looking for a HD Ready tele, 32" and I have £400.00 as my maximum spend. I was thinking of a Sony, JVS, Samsung or Panasonic - I hear these are the cream of the crop - and I waas hoping that someone, somewhere, knows of some decent deals on the go from high street retailers.

Thanks,
Terry.
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
i know that this deal im about to mention is slightly over budget but it is a good one,
a 42" plasma screen that is HD ready and has all the bells and whistles required for futureproof viewing.
On top of that there is the infamous john lewis free 5 year guarantee which can really help you out should the tv develop any kind of fault.
So if you can find the extra £99 i reckon this is an awesome deal.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230476262/Product.aspx
#2
just noticed that its now out of stock, but it will be back in and they can email you when its available again.
#4
I saw this one advertised

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/481270/?cm_sp=FeatureEnd-_-Plasma_and_LCD_TVs-_-position1

I dont know anything about the TV but it fits your requirements and is a good make
#5
You can get this one from dixons. You also get quidco and there are a few discount codes floating about on here which include free delivery.

http://www.dixons.co.uk:80/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@1955538996.1219412911@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccladeemedflljcflgceggdhhmdgml.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=725233&category_oid=
#6
Bargain Hyundai from Play, reduced from £699 to £379 delivered and HD ready. Don't forget 4% back via Quidco.

Hyundai 32" E320D HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV



http://images.play.com/covers/3325106m.jpg
[LIST]
[*] Integrated DTV ( DVB-T)
[*] HDTV
[*] FiT Engine
[*] WXGA+(1366x768) Resolution
[*] Brightness : 450 cd/m2
[*] Contrast Ratio 1200:1
[*] 178¡Æ(H)/178¡Æ(V) Wide Viewing Angle
[*] 8ms Fast Response Time
[*] 10Wx2ch Speaker System
[*] SRS WOW
[*] HDMI, EPG
[*] Closed Caption
[*] Block Program (Parental Lock)[/LIST]
#7
JasonMason
i know that this deal im about to mention is slightly over budget but it is a good one,
a 42" plasma screen that is HD ready and has all the bells and whistles required for futureproof viewing.
On top of that there is the infamous john lewis free 5 year guarantee which can really help you out should the tv develop any kind of fault.
So if you can find the extra £99 i reckon this is an awesome deal.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230476262/Product.aspx


Nice deal Jason - just what I might be looking for. Got one yourself by any chance, and anything you can compare it against?
#8
Thanks, some good teles, I especially like the sounds of the PANASONIC TX-32LXD8, which for sub £400 surely must be a steal (especially being Panasonic).

I should have mentioned in my first post that the space I am "allowed" to put the tele in will just about fit a 32" so any larger is out of the question.

I will hunt the internet for some reviews of this tele, and then I might just pop down to my local Comet and pick one up :) unless anyone ownes or has owned one of these and is willing to share their experience?

Thanks again,
Terr.
#9
tezmac
Thanks, some good teles, I especially like the sounds of the PANASONIC TX-32LXD8, which for sub £400 surely must be a steal (especially being Panasonic).

I should have mentioned in my first post that the space I am "allowed" to put the tele in will just about fit a 32" so any larger is out of the question.

I will hunt the internet for some reviews of this tele, and then I might just pop down to my local Comet and pick one up :) unless anyone ownes or has owned one of these and is willing to share their experience?

Thanks again,
Terr.


Shame, never mind the 32" Tv mentioned seems a good deal, good luck with it all.
#10
Liddle ol' me
Nice deal Jason - just what I might be looking for. Got one yourself by any chance, and anything you can compare it against?


i havent got one of these, my non-HD 37" panasonic bought 4years ago is still going strong so i'm gonna plod on till it packs up!

A friend recently bought the 42" samsung screen i mentioned though and it is fantastic value, if you hook a good dvd home theatre sound system up to it with speakers and a decent sub you'll be laughing.
it has all the options and inputs to make it future proof, the one outstanding thing is that if you buy from John Lewis you get a free delivery and a free 5yr guarantee (which will come in handy if the screen fails on you - which i am told is normally a fatally expensive process for any plasma/LCD screen)

good luck.
#11
Just a note to thank you all for your help, in the end I went for the Panasonic and I am impressed.

It has all the bells and whistles which I need, fits and looks very tidy!

Thanks to thepower for spotting this one!

I am off to try my XBOX out now :)

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