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Loewe Individual Compose 40 White 40in LCD TV
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Wilfried

February 9, 2009, 5:34 pm

I personally think it is rather ugly. Even if I had some "disposable cash", I wouldn't go for this. I'd be more inclined into buying a bigger better set up. But that's just me.

jingyeow

February 9, 2009, 6:05 pm

Im not an enthusiast, but when looking at Loewe products compared to Sony widescreen tv's in a store once, the picture quality difference on the Loewe was astounding...but so too was the price.

ilovethemonkeyhead

February 10, 2009, 1:01 am

i want that sound system hanging on my imaginary wall in my imaginary shed with my imaginary 55 inch sony 55X4500 LED TV...





imaginary, of course

The Stick

February 10, 2009, 3:14 am

Hmm, nice TV


*reads price tag*


oh. I can always dream...

Anthony20f

February 16, 2009, 6:52 pm

It is frustrating that there are no comparable TVs (when it comes to design) on the market - because this costs way more than I want to spend for a picture that isn't the best. How about a bit of LED lighting at that price!?!





The manufacturers seem to be missing a trick - everyone talks up the technology - but to me, all that black plastic is an eyesore that is hard to get past. The Sony E series had potential until I saw the cheap plastic joins on the fascia. Then there are a few black aluminium framed models (if you want a big black thing in the lounge). Maybe that Philips LED model will be OK (if I ever see it in a shop).





Or is it just me ... do people really find all the other brands attractive??? As an example, LG's "design" involves adding even more plastic and putting in a big hole?????

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