Philips 42" LCD TV 42PFL5522D £499.99 inc delivery - HotUKDeals
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Plus extra £10 off with quidco. This seems like a great price for a 42inch HD ready LCD for under £500- online reviews are very good also.

Freeview Built In Yes Audio System
Equaliser/Bands Qty Yes (7-band) Features Auto volume adjustment Output Power / Total 20 Watt Sound Effects (JA) Dynamic Bass Enhancement (DBE) Incredible Surround Sound Output Mode Stereo Speakers Included 2 speakers Surround Mode Built-in Battery
Type None Connections
Connector Location Rear Side Connector Type 19 pin HDMI Type A 21 PIN SCART 4 PIN mini-DIN Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm RCA phono x 2 RCA phono x 3 Qty 1 2 Type Audio line-in Component video input Composite video/audio input HDMI Headphones S-Video input SCART (AV in/out / RGB) SCART (AV in/out / S-Video) Digital Storage Media
Type None Dimensions & Weight
Comments (JA) With stand Depth 26.5 cm Height 74.9 cm Weight 33 kg Width 105 cm Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
Shipping Depth 31.3 cm Shipping Height 78.8 cm Shipping Weight 38.5 kg Shipping Width 115 cm Dimensions & Weight Details
Depth 11.6 cm Details (JA) Panel without stand Height 68.6 cm Weight 25 kg Width 105 cm DVD
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PC World sell it for £499.00, before you get 2.5% with quidco and 5% with a voucher on HUKD. Also £499.00 at Currys before 3.5% Quidco. However, you may have trouble finding stock at these places (both websites say you can reserve & collect, but none near me). I notice Dabs stock is 'limited' as well.

I'm looking for a 42" or larger TV for myself and don't want to go much above this price. Is this TV any good?
£549 at richer sounds for 5 yr warranty, personally think 5 years warranty are waste of time (unless you get them for free) as most electronic goods either go wrong early on due to faulty components/maunufacture or survive to reach the end of their useful life, I dont believe any manufactures uses components with mean time between failures of 5 years:whistling:
Cold from me because it's Buy at your own risk. They have NO telephone customer service and only web contact, which does not work most of the time. If anything goes wrong with your delevery you are screwed.

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