Goodmans G65ANSMT-4K 65 Inch UHD Smart Android LED TV - Black - £729 @ Crampton & Moore / eBay
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Goodmans G65ANSMT-4K 65 Inch UHD Smart Android LED TV - Black - £729 @ Crampton & Moore / eBay

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Found 4th Aug 2017
Well, found a Goodmans 65 Inch UHD TV... good price but still can't say I'm tempted enough to buy
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Who knows why this is cold? :P Cello brand got heat this at pretty much the same price
Edited by: "vMike96v" 4th Aug 2017
vMike96v4th Aug 2017

Who knows why this is cold? :P Cello brand got heat this at pretty much …Who knows why this is cold? :P Cello brand got heat this at pretty much the same price


Goodmans always have been
Edited by: "tinca" 4th Aug 2017
Kodi
i am looking at 65" too, the extra cost of the 10" inches between 55" and 65" is for me (without sufficiently high income, not to think the price is high). i don't just want it be big though, i want a picture that draws me in when watching a film excites me, involves me, carries me away for a few moments and then i think "wooo that was good". and i cannot afford, or do not believe sufficiently to invest £1K in a tv is a useful way to spend my limited income.
there is a Hisense at john lewis, but 50% more.
£1100 divided by 5 years(minimum life span of tv) £4.20 per week, if i pay upfront, but then i have to buy more HD channels on sky, an internet connection to access 4K programs, dohh! suddenly out of my price range again.....
you might not like my thoughts but where we live although we pay the same BBC license fee as you we only get 6 rather than 15 HD channels so the need for sky influences our position. if they were to lower the fee to compensate for this loss we could invest in " higher quality" equipment.
alternatively, if the BaByC were to stop exploiting some of the poorest in europe by enforcing them to subsidise rich londumbers... but justice today seems to be slipping away.
psychoid5 h, 7 m ago

i am looking at 65" too, the extra cost of the 10" inches between 55" and …i am looking at 65" too, the extra cost of the 10" inches between 55" and 65" is for me (without sufficiently high income, not to think the price is high). i don't just want it be big though, i want a picture that draws me in when watching a film excites me, involves me, carries me away for a few moments and then i think "wooo that was good". and i cannot afford, or do not believe sufficiently to invest £1K in a tv is a useful way to spend my limited income.there is a Hisense at john lewis, but 50% more. £1100 divided by 5 years(minimum life span of tv) £4.20 per week, if i pay upfront, but then i have to buy more HD channels on sky, an internet connection to access 4K programs, dohh! suddenly out of my price range again.....



psychoid4 h, 55 m ago

you might not like my thoughts but where we live although we pay the same …you might not like my thoughts but where we live although we pay the same BBC license fee as you we only get 6 rather than 15 HD channels so the need for sky influences our position. if they were to lower the fee to compensate for this loss we could invest in " higher quality" equipment.



psychoid3 h, 9 m ago

alternatively, if the BaByC were to stop exploiting some of the poorest in …alternatively, if the BaByC were to stop exploiting some of the poorest in europe by enforcing them to subsidise rich londumbers... but justice today seems to be slipping away.



Based on some of your comments here and elsewhere, you may be best to stay away from your keyboard for a while
i know, i'm a heretic.
so, the law says two people must pay must pay £145 for a service, but one of those people gets less than half of the higher quality broadcasts and the one getting less has
NOT TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST INJUSTICE?!
p.s whenever you see that blank face of mine remember
" move along sir nothing to see here"
Edited by: "psychoid" 6th Aug 2017
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