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Topic # 65901 8-Aug-2010 20:56
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I am moving to Oz. i have an awesome giant (yes it's giant for those who own smaller size tv, thanks) 50" samsung plasma (4 hrs watching / day). i want to travel lighter ... anyone want to upsize their full HD LCD/LED tv? chch only thanks




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  Reply # 365113 8-Aug-2010 21:20
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Brand? Model? more details please =)




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  Reply # 365117 8-Aug-2010 21:32
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samsung ps50a650 with built in freeview. latest firmware.




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  Reply # 365118 8-Aug-2010 21:33
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oh and bought march 2009




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  Reply # 365119 8-Aug-2010 21:35
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prefer 37" if plain LED




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  Reply # 365159 8-Aug-2010 23:02
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Why bring any TV over? Why not just sell your Plasma and get a new TV over in Aussie? Lighter to travel.




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