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What's the cheapest way I can get this TV? (ie, using quidco, vouchers, discount, etc

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I've decided to go for this 37" LCD TV. Sharp_LC37XD1E http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/lcd/Sharp_LC37XD1E.htm I'd be grateful if people could suggest the cheapest way for me to purchase th…
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
I've decided to go for this 37" LCD TV.

Sharp_LC37XD1E

http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/lcd/Sharp_LC37XD1E.htm

I'd be grateful if people could suggest the cheapest way for me to purchase this TV (ie, using quidco, any vouchers available, discounts, etc)

many thanks
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#2
What is the best price that you have been able to come up with????
#3
thanks - so far all i've come up with is the 5% quidco for currys. The 5% discount code doesn't work, as it only applies to home delivery - which this TV isn't eligible for (or at least not in my area)
#4
Sorry man that 5% code only works for home delivery and that tv isnt available for del

bailey87
thanks - so far all i've come up with is the 5% quidco for currys. The 5% discount code doesn't work, as it only applies to home delivery - which this TV isn't eligible for (or at least not in my area)

you sure you want that tv -even though its 1080p it hasnt got a great contrast ratio for the price

Id recommend either a samsung or panasonice like this one
http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/plasma/Panasonic_th37px70.htm

Its not 1080p but unless your getting a 40inch tele you wont notice the difference at all
#5
dandoc2
Sorry man that 5% code only works for home delivery and that tv isnt available for del


you sure you want that tv -even though its 1080p it hasnt got a great contrast ratio for the price


hmm, true - but i've been going round in circles for a while now - is 1200:1 **** then?
#6
bailey87
hmm, true - but i've been going round in circles for a while now - is 1200:1 **** then?

Tbh anything under 7000:1 ---- 10,000:1 isnt going to output very good picture quality for 1080p - if your paying £700 for a hd-tv you should be getting the best specs for that price

E.g the black wont be black adn the white wont be white it will a mess at 1200:1 and even if you have a 1080p television the image will be worse than a 1080i tv with 10k:1 ratio

Id recommend a samsung - although sharp are alright i wouldnt buy a tv off them


See your wanting a 1080p tv and its something thats expensiv atm - plus your wanting 37inch tele

So thats going to set you back around £850 for a decent set
Wheras you could get one for £500 thats a decent brand and good specs but not 1080p

What are you going to be using it for e.g high def films - sky hd - hd gaming ?
#7
dandoc2
Tbh anything under 7000:1 ---- 10,000:1 isnt going to output very good picture quality for 1080p - if your paying £700 for a hd-tv you should be getting the best specs for that price

E.g the black wont be black adn the white wont be white it will a mess at 1200:1 and even if you have a 1080p television the image will be worse than a 1080i tv with 10k:1 ratio

Id recommend a samsung - although sharp are alright i wouldnt buy a tv off them


See your wanting a 1080p tv and its something thats expensiv atm - plus your wanting 37inch tele

So thats going to set you back around £850 for a decent set
Wheras you could get one for £500 thats a decent brand and good specs but not 1080p

What are you going to be using it for e.g high def films - sky hd - hd gaming ?


ps3 / blu-ray is the idea
#8
bailey87
ps3 / blu-ray is the idea

Budget to spend on the tv - min and max
#9
£750 max really
#11
better specs undoubtedly - i'm just not a fan of the glossy finish on samsungs
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The Sharp is £629 from Empire Direct - if you can get the code to work and if you can pick it up. Or its £654 delivered with the code - don't forget Quidco 2%....

http://www.lcd-tv-prices.co.uk/compare-prices/Sharp-LC37XD1E.html

Limited stock - so I'd order soon.

It can be a bit tricky getting the code to work though.....

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