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    About to buy either the mirai DTL-332M200 or the DTL-632V200. Swaying towards the 332 as it looks better. Has any got a good price for either of them?

    Also after a bracket and any cables that might be needed

    Thanks you :thumbsup:

    p.s If you have this TV please let me know if im making a great mistake :giggle:

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    ~ £355 delivered for DTL-332M200 @ Pixmania. Did u find this any cheaper ?

    £330 for the other one here (b4 del and quidco).

    misco.co.uk/app…958

    Both are ugly and have the same specs, so its probably better to go for the cheaper one.

    But why didnt you order the Panasonic last week from Amazon.

    Original Poster

    Thanks for the replies guys. Ye it seems £299 is the cheapest for the 632. The cheapest I found for the 332 is ]£324. They are both really ugly arn't they lol wish I wasn't on holiday when the panasonic deal popped up!

    That Panasonic would have been awesome, have you considered the AOC 32", looks better then the Mirais imho. And dont go for the Hannsprees they are ****.

    If you can stretch your budget to £420ish, you can get a Sharp LCD, or for £450 you are in the Toshiba/Samsung range.

    Original Poster

    ok mate I will have a read through the aoc thread over at AV forums. Now read the Hanspree and mirai thread, may aswell finish the collection!

    I would spend up to £400 if it were branded but I think £450 is pushing it considering I could get similar specs for £300

    This one is £400 delivered after quidco.
    It has built in freeview so you wont need to spen an extra £30 on a seperat box.
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    Im speaking from experience regarding the cheap sets. I owned a Digimate from Scan and it was utter pants
    9so I returned it), and my friend bought a Hannspree JTE2 - which is just as bad. He wishes he returned it, even though he paid about £300.

    There is also this, it is graded stock, but since you have to pick it up from one of their shops you can see the quality before you buy. Dixons sell this model for £500 online.

    LG 32" - £380
    170135556073 - ebay no.

    Original Poster

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    This one is £400 delivered after quidco.It has built in freeview so you … This one is £400 delivered after quidco.It has built in freeview so you wont need to spen an extra £30 on a seperat box.Sharp - LC32AD5E]http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/569893/art/sharp/lc32ad5e-lcd-tv.htmlIm speaking from experience regarding the cheap sets. I owned a Digimate from Scan and it was utter pants 9so I returned it), and my friend bought a Hannspree JTE2 - which is just as bad. He wishes he returned it, even though he paid about £300.There is also this, it is graded stock, but since you have to pick it up from one of their shops you can see the quality before you buy. Dixons sell this model for £500 online.LG 32" - £380170135556073 - ebay no.



    Thanks for the help mate. Regarding the cheap sets I think it depends on which one you get, which is why it has taken me months of researching! The hanspree has had faults as you know and havn't really heard much of the scan. The mirai seems like the best bet but is ugly, but then again do I care as its only sitting in my room?

    I would like to try and avoid pixmania because i've heard as they're a french comapny they often send out foreign models and there aftersales are dodgy making you send your TV overseas for repairs etc.

    Again with the ebay model, looks good but there is no aftersales confidence whereas the mirai comes with a 3 year C&R warentee. I am in north london so could pop down to wembley so I'll have a quick look into the Tv.

    I will probably go for the mirai TV just for peace of mind.

    I appreicate your help, and will let you know if the mirai TV is any good once I get it!

    What tv did you replace the scan with?

    Well, like you Iv been waiting ages. But I finally ordered the 37" Toshiba from Pix, for about £480 delivered (after quidco, which has already tracked).

    It is the 37C3000PG, it is a EU model,and according to Toshiba's website it is the same as the 37C3030D which is being sold in the UK but without the freeview. This TV is about £599 online, and £850 in the shops!!!

    Should arrive by Friday. For £480, on paper it is an absolute bargain, only £30 more then the highly regarded equivalent 32" model.

    I did check these in my local currys and they are leaps and bounds better then the Digimate and Hannspree.
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