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Toshiba 42" 1080i LCD - £954.99

Eviltwin Avatar
9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
This very good and award wining LCD is now down to under 1000ukp!
Will full 1080 res and two HDMI inputs you can not go woung?

PS Dixons will price match....
PPS Price on WLT68 screen are down as well.
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Nice looking TV Eviltwin :) I'm just going to add the price & brand to the thread title.

A warm welcome to HotUKDeals! :)
#2
If it ain't 1080p you are sooo going to kick yourself in a couple of years time.

People are calling 1080p True HD.
#3
satchef1
The benefits of a 1080p TV don't justify someone stretching their budget from £1000 to £1800


But the Sharp 42" 1080p set is available now for just over £1100 with a 3 year warranty.
#4
oops, this set is 1080p

deleted my original post

pmcg
But the Sharp 42" 1080p set is available now for just over £1100 with a 3 year warranty.


Its available for less than that, and is a very good value set. TBH probably a better deal than this one, 1080p resolution with a 1:1200 contrast ratio (against the tosh's 1:800)
#5
this isnt a TRUE 1080p screen guys
#6
satchef1
Its available for less than that,


Yes but no stock for me at Dixons so I went with Sharp.
#7
bigup
this isnt a TRUE 1080p screen guys


this is where I wish I kept my original post. True 1080p is an unnecessary expense, Sky and Freeview will never support 1080p because it costs too much to broadcast. You wont be able to stream 1080p over the net for years yet because broadband is too slow. Downloading a 1080p show would take a LONG time

The only devices that will support 1080p are Blu-Ray and HD-DVD. The chances of either format taking off are looking slim at the moment, consumers are wary of buying the wrong format and IPTV is getting closer and closer.
I know that i personally would rather have AppleTV or similar device that can download a film and play it in 720p (upscaled to 1080p by my TV) than have to go down to the shops for a more expensive 1080p DVD

Its going to be a battle of quality vs convenience, and given that the quality option is significantly more expensive i can see convenience winning out
#8
Also apart from the obvious data limits on current broadcasting systems, do remember 1080p is only really noticable over 1080i on incredibly large screens 50 inch plus. Projectors running 1080p are stunning, but they fire out a huge viewing area. You might find techies being able to spot the difference on screens under 50 inches, but to most of us, they will look very similar IMHO.
#9
pmcg
But the Sharp 42" 1080p set is available now for just over £1100 with a 3 year warranty.



Where have you seen this (Sharp 42DX1E) including the 3 year guarantee?
#10
This set has already summoned up 215 pages and 3225 posts over on AVForums :)
#11
MBeeching
This set has already summoned up 215 pages and 3225 posts over on AVForums :)


Summary? ;-)
#12
philbot
Where have you seen this (Sharp 42DX1E) including the 3 year guarantee?


the sharp website, with the 25% off code (search for it)

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