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37" TV for under £500

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Found 20th Apr 2011
Hi guys, I need to buy a 37" tv for my mum but I have no idea what's good. She just watches standard freeview so the quality has to be decent enough for that.

Maximum I can spend is £500 and I would like a 5 year warrenty if possible.

Thanks a lot!

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Newly establised - make up your own mind. I prefer to shop with known companies.

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Registered January 21, 2011
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Original Poster Banned

Hi, sorry I don't know what any of that means?

This is the best deal around at the moment in my opinion..

dixons.co.uk/gbu…_0/
Edited by: "M3NDEREZ" 21st Apr 2011

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kcnw9

Hi, sorry I don't know what any of that means?



The bits in bold were my comments and observations.

The site was only created in January of this year, therefore no history for a member to review in great detail.

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Hi cheers, is this TV good for standard definition? Not sure if 42 will be too big though but thanks anyway.
M3NDEREZ

This is the best deal around at the moment in my … This is the best deal around at the moment in my opinion..http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/r/LG%2042LE4500/0_0_0/

kcnw9

Hi, sorry I don't know what any of that means?


Still not 100% sure what site you mean but thanks

morrisons have 32 and 37" tvs for less then £300 well in your price range so check out your local store
Edited by: "imreallyhere" 24th Apr 2011
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