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Topic # 4380 11-Jul-2005 18:30
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Anyone brought a plasma TV and been disappointed with it? What one was it ?

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  Reply # 16435 11-Jul-2005 19:28
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Considering buying $2999 Hyundai 42" Plasma TV (B&B/Leemings).

Trouble is they have 45 TVs running off one aerial and use $10 RCA leads to supply the video to each unit, so the pic on all the display units looks TERRIBLE...




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Reply # 16451 12-Jul-2005 10:04
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I agree - its hard to tell how good the picture really is in a shop. I took a punt and recently purchased a Samsung PS42D4SKX plasma from B&B.

I am not really that happy with it. There is to much pink/red which shows up really badly on faces, etc. I contacted Samsung and they told me to contact a service agent - which I will do. So, hopefully its not normal and it can be fixed.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 16470 12-Jul-2005 17:25
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Hey Jama,

Can I ask you what you paid for the samsung ?? Also would like to know how you get on with the manufacturer.

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Reply # 16497 13-Jul-2005 08:29
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Well it was actually a good deal at the time. The Plasma was $5000.00 but it came with (special promotion) a Samsung MiniDV camera and accessory pack (spare battery, tapes, case, etc). All up with accessories the camera retailed for $1499.00. So, the way I look at it the Plasma cost me $3500.00.

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