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LOEWE Invests in National TV Advertising Campaign

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As brands such as Panasonic exit the TV market in Australia, the affordable but premium brand, LOEWE, see the stay at home direction as the perfect opportunity for consumers to invest in its range.

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@Marc thats good news with good old fashioned television marketing ! how much more appropriate can it get marketing TVs on TVS :)

 

ps do you know if they will continue on with the OLED models in their Bild series ? 

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I had a few headline ideas in mind about watching Loewe Ads on your Pana telly ... etc. lol

I can't answer that question right now but will find out. We'll likely be reviewing some of the upcoming releases too, so watch out for those. :)

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1 hour ago, betty boop said:

ps do you know if they will continue on with the OLED models in their Bild series ? 

Answer received - 100% continuing :thumb:

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28 minutes ago, Marc said:

Answer received - 100% continuing :thumb:

great to hear ! 

 

with panasonic leaving it still leaves a quality OLED option with loewe :)

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Aren't they all using LG panels? Or are there manufacturers of TV OLED panels besides LG now?

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You are correct, LG still manufactures OLED for everyone.

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31 minutes ago, Steffen said:

Aren't they all using LG panels? Or are there manufacturers of TV OLED panels besides LG now?

Yes but the processing is still done in house and has a huge say in overall PQ

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I have told Lowe that they have a "problem" with their TVs.   They seem to never wear out.  Quality.  Money well spent.

John

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4 minutes ago, blybo said:

Yes but the processing is still done in house and has a huge say in overall PQ

 

Correct, its like saying Kogan use Samsung screens, therefore Kogan make great LCD tv's.

 

   It's the in house processor engines and stuff that Sony and Panssonic add that gives them an edge.

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7 hours ago, Assisi said:

I have told Lowe that they have a "problem" with their TVs.   They seem to never wear out.  Quality.  Money well spent.

John

Heh.  We just “upgraded” from out Xelos CRT, which we’ve had as our only telly since buying it from Encel in Richmond, to a “new” 2011 Panasonic plasma.  Talk about 2 models that never die!

Oh, and the CRT is still in daily use at the grandparents’!

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I used the store finder on the Loewe web site and entered "Melbourne, Australia". According to the result list, the nearest store was over 4,000km away in Surabaya, Indonesia.

 

The Stereonet website can give local locations, but not Loewe.

 

As a previous owner of one of their CRT TVs I'm sure they'll be great products, but competing effectively needs this stuff to be right.

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18 minutes ago, davm said:

I used the store finder on the Loewe web site and entered "Melbourne, Australia". According to the result list, the nearest store was over 4,000km away in Surabaya, Indonesia.

not sure,

 

I tried same one loeweTV website out of curiosity and it seemed to work see below ?  - you didnt go for the Loewe handbag site did you :D 

 

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Posted (edited)

I followed the link in your article, which then links to:

 

https://www.loewe.tv/

 

I don't know where you got the link with "au" in it.

Edited by davm
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