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50" Hd plasma & 37" Hd plasma for sale.

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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:38 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have two televisionas for sale after upgrading.

50" Samsung Hd plasma. Piano black gloss surround & pedestal. Mint condition. Stunning tv owned for 2 years but has been sat unused for about 12 months due to personal circumstances.

£450


37" Toshiba Regza Hd plasma. This is around 3 years old but was used as a bedroom tv so had barely any use at all. Very good condition.

£250

Will try to upload pictures asap.

Collection obviously the best option but could deliver locally for cost.
- bren26
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:38 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Reserved for pics

http://i854.photobucket.com/albums/ab102/Bren1976/S1050063.jpg


http://i854.photobucket.com/albums/ab102/Bren1976/00b13eb2.jpg


Edited By: bren26 on Nov 03, 2010 17:40: photo
#2
Samsung model number? Total viewing hours?
#3
Do you have the model number for the Toshiba as well please?
#4
Total viewing hours i have no idea. Model number are
Samsung ps50q7hd & Toshiba 37wl66p
#5
Will offer 150 for the Toshiba, I live in loughborough so not sure where abouts your are?
#6
I'm near Hinckley. Don't want to go as low as £150 but thanks for the offer
#7
Offer withdrawn, sorry didnt realize it was only 720P, not really an upgrade to me seen as I already have a 720P capable 37"

Edited By: tomkirky on Nov 03, 2010 22:22: :(
#8
Trying to work out what the Toshiba is worth, nothing on ebay and the model appears to be oos new everywhere. Have you got receipts and/or what did you pay? Think the wife is going to put the on any deal I can come up with, but for the sake of argument would £170 collected tickle your fancy at all?

What is the picture quality like? (Particularily SD {I assume HD is stunning} and also gaming wise if known) Never owned a plasma, only LCD. Also assume (from what little I could find out) its HD ready, not full HD?
#9
tomkirky
Hmm could push to 180 but you can wait and see if you get better offers first :)

I accept your offer. Moving to pm
#10
i would like to see the pics
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bren26
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#12
tomkirky
Offer withdrawn, sorry didnt realize it was only 720P, not really an upgrade to me seen as I already have a 720P capable 37"


The Toshiba is actually 1080i
#13
Bump
#14
bren26
tomkirky
Offer withdrawn, sorry didnt realize it was only 720P, not really an upgrade to me seen as I already have a 720P capable 37"


The Toshiba is actually 1080i


Just doing a bit of research and it says it's 720p here.
http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/television/toshiba-37wl66/details/
#15
matt.green1
bren26
tomkirky
Offer withdrawn, sorry didnt realize it was only 720P, not really an upgrade to me seen as I already have a 720P capable 37"
The Toshiba is actually 1080i
Just doing a bit of research and it says it's 720p here.http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/television/toshiba-37wl66/details/

I can guarantee it is 1080i that information is wrong. The manual says 1080i, you can select 1080i on the options screen & you can weatch in 1080i. Think that pretty much covers it!
#16
Just to clarify, it is a 1366*768 resolution panel which is capable of 720 resolutions the TV however will accept a video feed of 1080i

so basically it will be happy displaying a 1080 feed but the panel itself will still be only showing an effective 720 picture.
#17
would u deliver to nottingham? does any of them come with warrarnty?
#18
I could deliver to Nottingham. No warranty on either as they were purchased from a well known high street retailer who's service I have found to be poor in the past so I didn't extend it
#19
which retailer did u buy it from and how much did u pay for it may i ask? How many years warranty do toshiba tvs have if you know? Do you still have a receipt for it?
#20
Hi op, sorry not after the tvs but very interested in were you got the wall mount for the tv in first pic please ? or if anyone else has something somilar and could steer me in the right direction , cheers
#21
The Toshiba i bought in 2007 & i paid something like £800 for it. I do have the the original receipt & i can dig it out if you are geniunely interested. I would assume just one year warranty as far as i know i think thats the standard.

@Shopstilldrops I made the wall mount myself. I wanted to make a feature & hide all the wires. Dead easy.
#22
bren26
The Toshiba i bought in 2007 & i paid something like £800 for it. I do have the the original receipt & i can dig it out if you are geniunely interested. I would assume just one year warranty as far as i know i think thats the standard.@Shopstilldrops I made the wall mount myself. I wanted to make a feature & hide all the wires. Dead easy.


REALLY !!!....that looks fab and would love something like this , we have just decorated and are looking at the best option to mounting our tv to the wall but dont want ugly wires showing , i seen your pic and not seen anything like this and thought it maybe homemade , ......if you have the time could you pm with what you made it from and a rough guide on how you made this i would be very grateful , cheers x
#23
No worries sent you a pm.
#24
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