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I bought myself a budget 4k tv (£269 hitachi - do I swop said tv with 6 year old LGHD tv with which I have never had any bother from, which also has sky/ps4 & sound system all plugged in. Or do I swop… Read More
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I bought myself a budget 4k tv (£269 hitachi - do I swop said tv with 6 year old LGHD tv with which I have never had any bother from, which also has sky/ps4 & sound system all plugged in. Or do I swop it for the new one and stick LG somewhere.. Advice much appreciated... I am genuinely looking for advice..
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I've read this post four or five times now but I still can't make any sense out of it. What do you want to swap with what?
#2
psychobitchfromhell
I've read this post four or five times now but I still can't make any sense out of it. What do you want to swap with what?


will I replace new hitachi 48 inch 4k tv with my old 47inch lg HD tv in living room... LG is 6 years old and I have never had any trouble with it
#3
I must be tired.

You want to replace a new TV with your old one, which it probably replaced in the first place? Or you want to replace the new TV with a new TV?
#4
Could you have not kept the perfectly fine LG and spent the bonus on something else or saved it?

What was the reason for buying a new tv?

I think ive just read your other post with poor eyesight?
#5
callu80
psychobitchfromhell
I've read this post four or five times now but I still can't make any sense out of it. What do you want to swap with what?
will I replace new hitachi 48 inch 4k tv with my old 47inch lg HD tv in living room... LG is 6 years old and I have never had any trouble with it
I still don't follow you and judging by the other comments I'm not alone. Are you asking if you should keep the original tv and return the new one for a refund or are you going to keep new tv and put the old one in another room? If the latter is the case then maybe your best bet is to try them both and see which you prefer as your main tv. With regards to the bonus, did you expect that to be monthly not yearly? You would have a very generous employer if that were the case. If you bought the new tv in anticipation of a much larger lump sum and now you realise that is not the case, I would return it and use the money elsewhere. You've already said there is nothing wrong with the original tv so you could probably find a better use for your windfall. Dunno what else to suggest
#6
Not really a deal is it? Wrong website mate.
#7
jc_1989
Not really a deal is it? Wrong website mate.


There is an option called "ASK".. I wonder what that could mean.......
#8
Does the 4k look better than the LG and does it do everything the LG does but better ?
#9
callu80
jc_1989
Not really a deal is it? Wrong website mate.
There is an option called "ASK".. I wonder what that could mean.......
Ask is a section where people ask coherent questions, unlike yours! oO
#10
I'd swap it for a dictionary personally
#11
itsdavidjones1984
I'd swap it for a dictionary personally


which word Di I spell incorectly...I believe the grammar I used may have been an issue with u.
#12
The answer is try it and see if you are happy. If the LG looks better then sell it back job done.
#13
keep the lg,jack in the cheap 4k
#14
Set them up next to each other and see which you prefer. Without knowing what model or quality your current TV is it's impossible for us to even guess how they compare.
#15
Am I weird if I read this ten times and in the end found the question hilarious?
#16
callu80
itsdavidjones1984
I'd swap it for a dictionary personally


which word Di I spell incorectly...I believe the grammar I used may have been an issue with u.


Did , incorrectly, but in the OP swap
#17
Lol
#18
if your new TV offers what you want in terms of quality and picture, I'd definitely swap them. You can always use the older one elsewhere? your new one will probably be more energy efficient and have more connections too.

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