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Topic # 56551 16-Jan-2010 13:46

Im looking at getting a tv. After some research a plasma seems to be the better choice for me.

Ive heard panasonic do good plasma's

Im looking at something like  a 45 - 50 inch

What sort of panasonic  series should i look for? newest?   I can probably afford up to $3000

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  Reply # 290537 16-Jan-2010 15:10
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Keep a eye out for sales of the V10 or S10. Some have got the V10 for $3199 at boxing day.

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  Reply # 290581 16-Jan-2010 18:27
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The order (worst to best) goes X10 then S10 then G10 then V10. for around the $3000 you should be looking at V10 around $3200 (was $3000 at HN on boxing day) or the G10 got mine for $2358 but should be able to get $2500 easy. All 50". Both the G10 and V10 have the newer Neo PDP panel which is brighter and uses less power. I am very happy with my G10.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 290626 16-Jan-2010 22:28
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Sound advice, V10 if you can, otherwise go for the G.




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  Reply # 290828 18-Jan-2010 10:45
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Definitely go Panasonic. Brilliant panels.


V would be the series to go for with that budget.


You can get a G as well for around $2400 if you bargain and it's not bad either.




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