Originally posted by Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj: I bought Samsung last year and it's amazing. It costed me 9800 in Bangalore.
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Originally posted by Prad Dip:
It was NOKLA N95 - A Nokia N95 Clone. There is a parallel world of pirated / copycat China made mobile for major brands. They are very much popular in small towns and rural areas. [ June 27, 2008: Message edited by: Chetan Parekh ]
you can always change the channel and increase/decrease volume without remote also.. change the batteries in remote..I hope you might tried this already
It is a old TV which did have any remote. An electrician embeded some chip to make it work with a remote. The old volume button does not work. Volume can adjusted with remote control only. Orginially it had 10 channels only. The remote made us to view 100 channels. Changing batteries did not help.
Originally posted by Chetan Parekh: Time is the best healer.
Time will destroy anything, including your TV (within the next 10 years), you, me (in a few decades), the sun and earth (in 5 billion years), the galaxy (in 5 to 7 billion years when it collides with the Andromeda galaxy), and even the whole universe (in 1000 billion years or so).
Originally posted by Rambo Prasad: ...I think you should be able to get one for around 200
only 200? Is that china made low quality product?
I visited croma(TATA) couple of days before,there i saw an universal remote of Logitech costs 15000 INR. First, I thought it's the price of whole TV set but actually it was 52 inch sony wega TV so it's not feasible,then i came to know that that remote is free with the TV set which costs around 200,000 INR [ August 29, 2008: Message edited by: Vishal Pandya ]
Since this thread keeps on going and going and going...
I'm in the market for new tv stuff too. My story is I've been watching tv (once in a while) off of a laptop adapter while I save up. Along those lines with getting my main computer fixed/upgraded after moving, I've been thinking about getting a Sony Bravia 32" to use as a tv/computer monitor while I save up for the big daddy. Big daddy will be 50"+, and I've been looking at Fry's for the drool factor. The contenders are Sony, Phillips and LG.
I guess for the moment, I'm more curious how others are using their tv's as monitors too. Please comment...
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Originally posted by Jesper Young: 15,000 rupees for a remote control? That's US$ 350 !! For just a remote control![ August 31, 2008: Message edited by: Jesper Young ]
I ain't kidding. You can checkout the link in my last thread. It does worth 250 USD. [ September 01, 2008: Message edited by: Vishal Pandya ]