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Buying a new TV

Discussion in 'Consumer Concerns' started by Mattecube, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Glad i did it Trusted Member

    walked into the shop this morning and went for an oled 55 inch panasonic
  2. Drunken Max
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    Drunken Max Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    "Opted for a Samsung" ?

    Nice TV
  3. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Glad i did it Trusted Member

    Yeah last minute bit of research took the decision to Panasonic decent deal to
  4. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Glad i did it Trusted Member

    Bloomin technical stuff! What happened to valves?
  5. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    does anyone remember the radio rentals advert---crew in a submarine--being attacked by a giant screwdriver ?

  6. oss
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    oss Not Here

    I remember the catch phrase "should've gone to Radio Rentals" but not the advert.

    I was foolish enough to use them in 1999 to get what at the time was a nice modern CRT, I had just bought a house and after furnishing it was left a bit short so I didn't want to lay out £1500 or more on a TV so I rented, but it was a stupid move as it always costs you a fortune that way.

    I was in Curry's PC World yesterday and it is fascinating to see what the mainstream is now, 55 inch sets for less than £1000 indeed the 55 inch 4K things seem to be the standard now, in the special Samsung area they had 65 inch and 75 inch QLED screens and by god they are amazing but the price is still between £2500 and £4000, if I had a house large enough I would consider it one day but as I live in a shoe cupboard at the moment so it's not going to happen :)

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