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    See the Warehouse has a 55 inch Veon for $529 on special

    Don't own one but someone here will

    https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veo.../R2714832.html

    From here https://www.cheapies.nz/node/31851

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence View Post
    See the Warehouse has a 55 inch Veon for $529 on special

    Don't own one but someone here will

    https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veo.../R2714832.html

    From here https://www.cheapies.nz/node/31851
    We got three of different sizes, the Main lounge, as previously posted, This one https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veo.../R2708608.html Why pay basically $2000 for old tech.

    Haven't played with the Google Play Store yet but its inbuilt and works.
    Last edited by wainuitech; 28-01-2022 at 10:48 AM.

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    We had a Veon as Wainui says great picture crap speakers. Only reason we don't have it now is we picked up a second hand Panasonic smart for $80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruup View Post
    Hi, my Sony Bravia has finally died after 10 + years of good service, now being a pensioner I am looking to get a second had one. What I would like to know is how long do the operating systems las on a smart TV? I have in mind getting Samsung 4K smart Tv (Model: UA49NU7100SXNZ), but I am a little worried about the operating system becomes outdated. On my tablet for example (Huawei) no longer supports SparkSport. The system just moves on and leaves you stranded with an app that no longer works. Is this likely to happen on a TV?
    Yes, all "Smart" (read: stupid) TVs will eventually become unsupported. The question is when. I'd say you'll be lucky to get 5 years before they ditch it. If it's second-hand it may be a lot closer to being unsupported already.

    You're better off getting a plain standard T.V. and for any fancy streaming program, connect a computer etc to it, as a PC takes a lot longer to become obsolete, and you can usually upgrade the OS a few times to keep up with everything.

    Personally, I'd try fixing the old T.V... Sony are decent. If it's not the backlights, it could be a simple fix. Not that that helps you, I expect, but hey.
    Non-system disk or disk error. Replace and strike any key when ready.

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    32" Samsungs, Panasonic and Sony on TRademe average $50.
    Cash Converters have numerous, $40...a lot without remotes but some with.
    Ex-pctek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Six months ago replaced my older Sony Bravia (pixels) with a Sony Bravia 55/9000H for $17,995 from Noel Leaming. Good unit 4k HD Smart tv. Only problem is that it takes an age to read an external HDD of music or movies. Took to using an attached Sony blue ray player to get over that problem. They threw in a Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless headphones worth about $649 at the time. I usually don't get deals like that so I wonder, what's the catch?
    Bryan,
    Still puzzled how you managed to pay 18thousand for a TV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonzo29 View Post
    Bryan,
    Still puzzled how you managed to pay 18thousand for a TV?
    They saw him coming

    Ken
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    Oh dear, another typo to go with the one that said it was Noel Leaming and in fact it was JB!

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    Price spy says September 2020 highest price was $3599. Lowest price $1,599.00December 2021.
    Perhaps $1795?
    Last edited by piroska; 30-01-2022 at 05:21 PM.
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