Don't buy it then!
I see what you are saying but for example when it comes to Panasonic TVs I really do think you are just paying extra for a better quality screen, the features don't cost that much. If they did the price would go up each year, when most of the time it goes down.
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Thanks for your comments and the welcome - I appreciate it!
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Anybody got a good reason why I shouldn't just pop down to the shops for a Sony KDL-55HX853 then? (other than maybe waiting a month or so to see if the price drops as the new range comes in)
Have you considered a projector and a pull-down screen?
More reliable than a TV? Probably.
Excellent pic? Yes.
Bells and whistles? No.
From £800 up to £3,000 and beyond - clcikety
Hi Mr Replicant (trying not to be overly familiar, as a newbie...)
To be honest, I do quite fancy a projector and screen and have considered it, but the layout of the room and other practicalities mean it's a bit of a non-starter unfortunately.
I think I'll have a look at the 2013 reviews tomorrow and see what the craic is.
For me the Philips tv's have the best picture quality , I have been to a few WHFI sound and vision shows and always prefered the Philips screens for vibrant great detail over the othe competition . Ive had a panasonic plasma (old school 42pz70b) and couldnt live with it . Sorry but Panasonic tv's may have good blacks but are to dull for my personal preference,
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