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    Which TV to go for.

    I've been looking at two 37" televisions on ebuyer for around the same price:

    ebuyer.com/pro…965

    ebuyer.com/pro…693

    and i needed to know which is best, i've read the reviews to both TV's but there are too many mixed expieriences with both TV's. I'll be using it to play my wii and watch TV on my NTL box if thats any help.
    regards,
    Saj.

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    Original Poster

    Also to anyone thats owned either TV what would you say about its design???

    Original Poster

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    well i got the 32 inch hanspree for xmas and its swish. so i would reccomend hanspree.

    Original Poster

    Thanks mclovin, anyone tried the elonex??

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    mike916;1387867

    This looks like a better deal to … This looks like a better deal to me:http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/products_moreinfo3/index.asp?product_id=14500&ff=12&ffi=3Mike



    its an ok price but rather get a 37" for around that price.

    Original Poster

    nahhh dont really like that one cause its 32"...

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    Of those 2, choose the Hanspree, its a better brand and they make the Screens themselves. Do check if there's a Sky remote code if thats important to you.

    I think you'd be better looking for a full HD set with at least 2 HDMI inputs, but you'll have to spend more. Best set at 37" is the Panasonic TH37px70, but thats £600 and very hard to get, Dixons claim to sell them, but no stock is showing. But the difference between an LCD and a Plasma is stunning and IMO worth the money.

    Best of Luck

    Nick:thumbsup:

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    nickmoul;1390791

    Of those 2, choose the Hanspree, its a better brand and they make the … Of those 2, choose the Hanspree, its a better brand and they make the Screens themselves. Do check if there's a Sky remote code if thats important to you.I think you'd be better looking for a full HD set with at least 2 HDMI inputs, but you'll have to spend more. Best set at 37" is the Panasonic TH37px70, but thats £600 and very hard to get, Dixons claim to sell them, but no stock is showing. But the difference between an LCD and a Plasma is stunning and IMO worth the money.Best of LuckNick:thumbsup:



    Thanks for the advice! chose to get the hannspree :thumbsup:

    My advice is save a bit more money then buy. You want a good TV that will last you a few years. I bought a budget TV but sent it back then baught a Toshiba for about £100 more. It was worth it.
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