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Terry Wrist

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(Msg. 16) Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 6:34 pm
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If you get a David Jones Card they have 5 years interest free at the moment
and they do price matching......so get a DJ card... shop around get the best
price.....then get it at DJs and 5 years to pay for it easy.


"Brent Follett" <brentf.TakeThisOut@tpg.com.au> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> I am looking at purchasing a 50" Plasma at Harvey Norman on the weekend.
> Going to take advantage of the 30 months interest free, any suggestions
> what model I should go. Looking at paying up to $3500.
>
> Is there anyone else at the moment doing interest free?
>
> Cheers

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(Msg. 17) Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 6:01 pm
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"AZ Nomad" <aznomad.2.RemoveThis@PremoveOBthisOX.COM> wrote in message
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On Thu, 09 Aug 2007 10:32:57 +1000, a t e c 7 7 <"atec 77 at hotmail dot
com"> wrote:

David Z wrote:

On Wed, 8 Aug 2007 22:44:58 +1000, Brent Follett <brentf.RemoveThis@tpg.com.au>
wrote:

>>> Not true. The price advertised applies to those paying the full amount
>>> up
>>> front as well.

>>>>> If I pay the unit off in the interest free period which I will, I
>>>>> won't be
>>>>> paying any interest, I have done it before, cheers

>>>> It isn't free. You're simply paying the interest up front in the form
>>>> of
>>>> paying too much.

>>Not after negotiating a lower price excluding the interest charges

> They don't own any money trees. Financing costs them money and the costs
> are passed along to the consumer wether you're too stupid to realize it or
> not. If you're charged the same wether or not you finance then it simply
> means that the additional cost of the financing is passed to everybody
> wether
> or not they're financing. I wouldn't buy from them for that reason alone.
>
> Do you think they're a charity outfit that doesn't have to make a profit?
> You t think costs are generously donated just out of goodwill?
> I'd like to sell you a bridge.

That's 3 'wethers' I counted - you're not a Kiwi by any chance are you?

A Gippsland farmer who had recently shorn his flock was asked by a passing
tourist 'Whether the wethers would weather the weather?'

ruff

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(Msg. 18) Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 11:49 pm
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> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.

Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price for an
item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had the same item
$1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and used the cash for
something else.
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(Msg. 19) Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 11:55 pm
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> They don't own any money trees. Financing costs them money and the costs
> are passed along to the consumer wether you're too stupid to realize it or
> not. If you're charged the same wether or not you finance then it simply
> means that the additional cost of the financing is passed to everybody
> wether
> or not they're financing. I wouldn't buy from them for that reason alone.
>
I did this recently with a lounge, 2 retailers about 200m from each other
had the same lounge both $2199, one had an interest free promotion, the
other didn't. I offered cash to the IF retailer and they would not lower the
price, so I bought from the other guy.
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(Msg. 20) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 1:26 pm
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"roughplanet" <roughplanet.TakeThisOut@optushome.com.au> wrote in message >
>
> That's 3 'wethers' I counted - you're not a Kiwi by any chance are you?
>
> A Gippsland farmer who had recently shorn his flock was asked by a passing
> tourist 'Whether the wethers would weather the weather?'
>
> ruff

How profane, I think there might be a subliminal massage in there
somewhere.

Never the less, It's sound advice, all the ungodly should endeavour to
follow.
bassett
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Alan Rutlidge

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(Msg. 21) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 1:35 pm
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"Parrafan" <spam DeleteThis @sux.com> wrote in message
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>
>
>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>
> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price for an
> item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had the same
> item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and used the cash
> for something else.
>

I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the credit
card from the Good Guys.
Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere was
$8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.

True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items from
time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for what item.
Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at the same store I
couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that one. Perhaps I just
played the game right the second time around. ???

Cheers,
Alan
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Dorfus Dippintush

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(Msg. 22) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 4:43 pm
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Alan Rutlidge wrote:
> "Parrafan" <spam.RemoveThis@sux.com> wrote in message
> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>
>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price for an
>> item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had the same
>> item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and used the cash
>> for something else.
>>
>
> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the credit
> card from the Good Guys.
> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere was
> $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>
> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items from
> time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for what item.
> Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at the same store I
> couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that one. Perhaps I just
> played the game right the second time around. ???
>
> Cheers,
> Alan
>
>

I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch television.

Dorfus
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(Msg. 23) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 6:57 pm
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"Alan Rutlidge" <don't_spam_me_rutlidge@iinet.net.au> wrote in message
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"Parrafan" <spam.TakeThisOut@sux.com> wrote in message
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>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.

>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price for an
>> item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had the same
>> item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and used the cash
>> for something else.

> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the credit
> card from the Good Guys.
> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere was
> $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>
> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items from
> time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for what
> item. Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at the same
> store I couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that one. Perhaps
> I just played the game right the second time around. ???

There's no rhyme nor reason to us punters, as the following will illustrate.

I had been looking at Panasonic's new 5.8GHz Digital Phone package (3
phones; one 'base station' with digital recorder etc. plus 2 other
handsets), the going price for which was initially $329. After 3 months, the
asking price was down to $299, and another month later was $269, which was
when I decided to buy the package.

I trotted down to the local Dick Smith store one Saturday afternoon, and
told the salesman what I wanted. His reply? "You're in luck. Today only, we
are selling them for $199." He went to get me one and came back with a long
face, saying "Sorry mate, but we sold the last one an hour ago." I pointed
to the one in the window, which he then got for me, and $199 it was, plus
another $29 for a 3 year extension to the 12 month warranty (I have had so
many cordless phones die on me, I considered the warranty extension a
must-have).

I have never seen them that cheap again. As late as this weekend they are
still $269 at Tandy (Dick Smith in disguise) but occassionally have been on
special for $249.

Go figure.

ruff
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Je▀us

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(Msg. 24) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 8:35 pm
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Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>> "Parrafan" <spam.RemoveThis@sux.com> wrote in message
>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>
>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had
>>> the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and
>>> used the cash for something else.
>>>
>>
>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere
>> was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>
>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items
>> from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for
>> what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at
>> the same store I couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that
>> one. Perhaps I just played the game right the second time around. ???
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Alan
>>
>
> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
> television.

You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for personal
transport.


--
Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?

- Epicurus
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(Msg. 25) Posted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 8:35 pm
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Je▀us wrote:
> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>> "Parrafan" <spam.RemoveThis@sux.com> wrote in message
>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>
>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby
>>>> had the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free
>>>> and used the cash for something else.
>>>>
>>>
>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere
>>> was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>
>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items
>>> from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and
>>> for what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson
>>> at the same store I couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure
>>> that one. Perhaps I just played the game right the second time
>>> around. ???
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Alan
>>>
>>
>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>> television.
>
> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for personal
> transport.
>
>

Well it is!
I own a bicycle. Much cheaper

Dorfus
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(Msg. 26) Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 1:26 pm
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Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
> Je▀us wrote:
>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>>> "Parrafan" <spam.TakeThisOut@sux.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>>
>>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby
>>>>> had the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest
>>>>> free and used the cash for something else.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get
>>>> elsewhere was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>>
>>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other
>>>> items from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when
>>>> and for what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different
>>>> salesperson at the same store I couldn't get the same good deal.
>>>> You go figure that one. Perhaps I just played the game right the
>>>> second time around. ???
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Alan
>>>>
>>>
>>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>>> television.
>>
>> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for
>> personal transport.
>>
>>
>
> Well it is!
> I own a bicycle. Much cheaper
>
> Dorfus
But often impractical if you want to do any real work or carry 3 people .
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(Msg. 27) Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 1:26 pm
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On Sun, 12 Aug 2007 13:26:45 +1000, a t e c 7 7 <"atec 77 at hotmail dot com"> wrote:


>Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>> Je▀us wrote:
>>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>>>> "Parrafan" <spam RemoveThis @sux.com> wrote in message
>>>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby
>>>>>> had the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest
>>>>>> free and used the cash for something else.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get
>>>>> elsewhere was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>>>
>>>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other
>>>>> items from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when
>>>>> and for what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different
>>>>> salesperson at the same store I couldn't get the same good deal.
>>>>> You go figure that one. Perhaps I just played the game right the
>>>>> second time around. ???
>>>>>
>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>> Alan
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>>>> television.
>>>
>>> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for
>>> personal transport.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Well it is!
>> I own a bicycle. Much cheaper
>>
>> Dorfus
>But often impractical if you want to do any real work or carry 3 people .

That's why the fatass needs a three ton SUV even if all it is used for 99%
of the time is to go 5 miles to/from work.
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(Msg. 28) Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 4:00 pm
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"a t e c 7 7" <"atec 77 at hotmail dot com"> wrote in message
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> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>> Je▀us wrote:
>>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>>>> "Parrafan" <spam.TakeThisOut@sux.com> wrote in message
>>>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had
>>>>>> the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and
>>>>>> used the cash for something else.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere
>>>>> was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>>>
>>>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items
>>>>> from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for
>>>>> what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at
>>>>> the same store I couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that
>>>>> one. Perhaps I just played the game right the second time around. ???
>>>>>
>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>> Alan
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>>>> television.
>>>
>>> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for personal
>>> transport.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Well it is!
>> I own a bicycle. Much cheaper
>>
>> Dorfus
> But often impractical if you want to do any real work or carry 3 people .

or it's raining.
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(Msg. 29) Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 4:34 pm
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bassett wrote:
> "a t e c 7 7" <"atec 77 at hotmail dot com"> wrote in message
> news:46be7df3@dnews.tpgi.com.au...
>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>> Je▀us wrote:
>>>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>>>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>>>>> "Parrafan" <spam.TakeThisOut@sux.com> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby had
>>>>>>> the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest free and
>>>>>>> used the cash for something else.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>>>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>>>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>>>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get elsewhere
>>>>>> was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other items
>>>>>> from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when and for
>>>>>> what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different salesperson at
>>>>>> the same store I couldn't get the same good deal. You go figure that
>>>>>> one. Perhaps I just played the game right the second time around. ???
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>>> Alan
>>>>>>
>>>>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>>>>> television.
>>>> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for personal
>>>> transport.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Well it is!
>>> I own a bicycle. Much cheaper
>>>
>>> Dorfus
>> But often impractical if you want to do any real work or carry 3 people .
>
> or it's raining.
>
>
In Australia ?
a laffable concept
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(Msg. 30) Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 9:15 pm
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"a t e c 7 7" <"atec 77 at hotmail dot com"> wrote in message
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> bassett wrote:
>> "a t e c 7 7" <"atec 77 at hotmail dot com"> wrote in message
>> news:46be7df3@dnews.tpgi.com.au...
>>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>>> Je▀us wrote:
>>>>> Dorfus Dippintush wrote:
>>>>>> Alan Rutlidge wrote:
>>>>>>> "Parrafan" <spam DeleteThis @sux.com> wrote in message
>>>>>>> news:46bc6d82$0$56213$c30e37c6@pit-reader.telstra.net...
>>>>>>>>> I tend to prefer The Good Guys for anything like this.
>>>>>>>> Don't rely on them being cheap, Years ago GG's vae me a cash price
>>>>>>>> for an item of $1899 as there best price. another retailer nearby
>>>>>>>> had the same item $1799 interest free. I went with the interest
>>>>>>>> free and used the cash for something else.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I think the key to getting a good price is negotiation.
>>>>>>> Got my Sony 52" X series Bravia LCD (KDL52X2000) for $7300 on the
>>>>>>> credit card from the Good Guys.
>>>>>>> Not bad, considering at the time the best price I could get
>>>>>>> elsewhere was $8999 on a set with a rrp of $9999.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> True, I have been able to do better at other retailers on other
>>>>>>> items from time to time. It all depends on who you talk to and when
>>>>>>> and for what item. Several weeks earlier and with a different
>>>>>>> salesperson at the same store I couldn't get the same good deal.
>>>>>>> You go figure that one. Perhaps I just played the game right the
>>>>>>> second time around. ???
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>>>> Alan
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> I can't help thinking that $7300 is a lot of money just to watch
>>>>>> television.
>>>>> You could just as easily say $25000 is a lot of money just for
>>>>> personal transport.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Well it is!
>>>> I own a bicycle. Much cheaper
>>>>
>>>> Dorfus
>>> But often impractical if you want to do any real work or carry 3 people
>>> .
>>
>> or it's raining.
> In Australia ?
> a laffable concept

laughable perhaps
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HD box on a SD plasma? - IS there any benefit in doing this? Or is an "SD signal" the best youll get from an SD plasma, regardless of whether your box is HD. Thanks.

Best's plasma tv between $3k-$4k ? - Hi All, My apologies if this question has already been asked. I have been doing heaps of research on the 'net and still can't work out which plasma to buy. It's all very confusing. My questions are simple (hopefully); 1. Which is the best value for....

plasma - Humax or lg hd plasma. Any comments on either. -- inverary
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