Handy buyers' guide to HD TV in the UK

  TOPCAT® 17:56 11 Dec 2006
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Some good, updated advice on the pros and cons of HD TV as we get nearer to the start of the big analogue switch-off. A good helpful read. TC.

click here

  De Marcus™ 23:53 11 Dec 2006

Deserves a bump at this time of year, i.e. don't buy the prettiest thing on display regardless of how much it costs.

  Stuartli 09:10 12 Dec 2006

That link has been updated since I last read it - some of the information was a little out of date.

Incidentally I see that a 103in flat screen will be available in the not too distant future from Panasonic and a 110in rear screen projection set from JVC...:-)

  anchor 12:13 13 Dec 2006

TOPCAT®: Thanks for the link; very informative.

This comment was useful:

"if you think you'll be watching mostly broadcast SD content for the foreseeable future, we recommend you see how it looks on a large display before forking out for a flat-screen".

  Terry Brown 16:19 14 Dec 2006

Just do not forget that to receive HD TV you need to subscribe to a supplier (i.e. Shy, NTL,Telewest etc), and they require a monthly subscription.
Terry

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