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Can I use a UK tv in Malaysia?

Old Jun 21st 2011, 9:21 pm
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Originally Posted by Scrasey2 View Post
Hi May,

Yes it works absolutely fine thanks as does the DVD player.

Are you thinking of bringing a UK tv over?

Sarah.
Good to hear!

Possibly. I'm about to buy a TV, but I have a high chance of getting a relocation in a year. I'm deciding whether it's worth investing in a good one that I can take with me

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Old Jun 28th 2011, 2:58 am
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Are they a lot cheaper in the UK?
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Old Jun 28th 2011, 3:26 am
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I'm not sure on price, I haven't looked at any TV's here.

The only reason we imported ours was because it was practically brand new and our DVD player was multi-region.
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We got shot of ours when we moved from UK to Singapore. Not sure we did the right thing, but good excuse to buy a better one.
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Old Jun 28th 2011, 4:23 am
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Ha! Yes, I think was Hubby was a little disappointed when I told him the "good news" that we could bring the TV with us. He had visions of a big 3D TV................
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Default Re: Can I use a UK tv in Malaysia?

Originally Posted by Strider24 View Post
I should think the TV would be fine. Same system and same voltage. Bought a new Toshiba 32 inch LCD at Tesco the other day for RM899.
These flat screens are so cheap now. Same price for a 32 inch in Thailand too.
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