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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Cheap LCD TVs (Tyagi)


Hi Guys,

Just thought I'd share with you a good experience with buying a Full High Definition LCD TV.

You might have heard on current affair about 2 companies currently in competition with Harvey Norman and giving him a run for his money by importing TVs from China that have LG screens and assembled using parts from the manufacturers like Sony, Samsung and Sharp?

The 2 companies are Kogan and Tyagi.

I was after an LCD digital TV that has a built-in DVD player for the kids room, so after doing a bit of research about quality and prices, Tyagi came on top in everything, including price, extended warranty pricing, the ability to pay by cash on pick-up (in Sydney) and the picture quality of the Full High Definition 32" LCD I bought from them yesterday.

I scored this TV for $680.00 only, which is a bargain price if you compare it to Kogan (no pick-up option) and Harvey Norman Samsung TVs.

You can find Tyagi on eBay or directly through their website, but you'll be better off bidding on the TVs on eBay as you can score them cheaper than the full advertised price on their website.

Their customer service is friendly and very good. I met the young owner yesterday and he's a nice guy and very open in terms of giving information and assistance.

Just a heads-up for those looking to buy an LCD TV.

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nice research Jalal... Mike wonders WHAT does Jalal do on his free time... emoticon

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I don't have any free time mate, it's either looking for electronic gadgets or modifications for cars emoticon

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My Kogan was a bargain when I bought it but the market sure caught up with him fast....

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And the price of these LCDs is dropping fast with the introduction of the new LED technology.

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We are looking at the LCD or LED TV... but don't they have to be HD as well to take advantage of the Blue-ray technology and the normal air wave TV (which is going HD).....



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Yep, the TV I was talking about is Full HD 1080p. I wouldn't buy anything less than Full HD as am pretty fussy about the picture quality and can tell if it's just HD or Full HD emoticon

Free to air television signal in Australia is SD and HD.

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Before people go forking out the extra money for a full HD TV they should read this web site http://carltonbale.com/1080p-does-matter
It shows that unless you are very close to your TV, you will not be able to tell the differnce between a SD TV and a full HD TV. I have a 50" plasma but sit 15 feet back from it. At this distsnce the human eye cannot tell the difference between a SD and full HD TV (576 x 720 vs 1080 x 1920). On a smaller TV you would have to be very close to it to detect any differnce.
When buying a new TV its best to do some research. Mot people buying a full HD TV are just wasting their money, unless of course if they sit very close to the TV. The charts and spreadsheet on the above website show how close you need to be to see the difference.

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I was wondering if anyone knows where to pick up a outdoor TV/DVD combo unit as I want to position it above the spa under the pergola and would like a all weather one!

Regards Scot

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Hi Barry,

I wouldn't have wasted money on a Full HD TV if I didn't notice a difference, especially when viewing Blue Ray DVDs.

I can even see the difference clearly between the SD and HD channels.

Some people can't see the difference at all and my brother in law is one of them. To him a clear picture with no ghosting is as good as Full HD LOL emoticon

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