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Topic # 98818 7-Mar-2012 08:56
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Ok, here goes people.....

Following on from my post yesterday re insurance claim, there WILL be no excess to be paid by us... 


Can you guys please recommend a decent 26 inch LCD television to replace a Sony 26inch Bravia model KDL26BX320 that looks likely to be replaced for insurance purposes....


This is to go in a bedroom, with easy access to local aerial coverage of freeview, ie no box required...     

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Reply # 591528 7-Mar-2012 09:51
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Dont know about your policy but if equivalent then Dick Smith have the replacement Sony Bravia 26BX320  for $349

The main difference being it has the DVB-T (freeview) tuner built in according to their specs




HTPC Intel Pentium G3258 cpu, Gigabyte H97n-wifi motherboard, , 8GB DDR3 ram, onboard  graphics. Hauppuage HVR 5500 tuner,  Silverstone LC16M case, Windows 10 pro 64 bit using Nextpvr and Kodi


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