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hi all im looking for a 46" - 52" LCD TELEVISION which would you recommend ?

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Found 17th Dec 2008
I have roughly £1200 to spend £900 from insurance and rest is max i could get my hands on, i have seen 2 already which take my eye one is the

LG 47LG7000
dixons.co.uk/mar…jsp[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=cccjadefmheffhhcflgceggdhhmdfon.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=050579&category_oid=-21226

£1115 WITH VOUCHER AND FREE HOME CINEMA

OR

Sharp LC52XL2E 52" Full HD 100HZ LCD TV + 5Yr Warranty

cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/…dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&item=220330528767

£1199
IS THERE ANY MORE BETTER FOR THIS PRICE

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i would go for a panasonic but i would hang on for the boxing day sales.................if you can

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i would go for a panasonic but i would hang on for the boxing day … i would go for a panasonic but i would hang on for the boxing day sales.................if you can



i would normally but i been told by a little bird due to euro and pound televisions etc will be going up in price not down, dont know how true this is though?

I went to look at TV's today and asked the question regarding sales after xmas and was told that they drop a little more but most are having sales now. Let's be honest it's never the best time to buy a new TV:gift:

this site may be of some use, I hope so anyway:)

top-tv.co.uk/

I just bought a SAMSUNG PS50A457, John Lewis 5years warranty, free delivery, £699.00, at the moment johnlewis.com showing this for £799.00. Dam good 50" Plasma, and I got a 42- 62 black glass stand with chrome posts on Ebay for 69.99. Looks great in our living room, not to big not to small. Good luck.
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