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Old 22-06-2007, 00:28   #1
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Looking for a 32" LCD tv with hd and hdmi socket under £400 if possible :)

i know i need hd ready but not to sure what exactly hdmi socket is need for (just getting over crt's lol) but i have a budget of £400 and of its a sale item or something and i jsut wanna get my moneys worth and not end up with something with crap specs for playing movies and xbox 360

if i have to pay a little more then fair enough
Whats a good resolution to go for as well please!!!


i'm kinda fussy and looking for a black unit or near
any links would be a great help.


thanks

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Old 22-06-2007, 01:18   #2
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http://www.thedvdforums.com/forums/s...d.php?t=478470

Might help you.
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Old 24-06-2007, 14:17   #3
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many thanks but not sure bout that as they all going on about the company more than the set lol

but cheers all the same
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Old 24-06-2007, 21:47   #4
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I bought that set and its terrific. Unfortunatly only been able to play with it for 30mins or so today but looks fantastic. Have a look on the avforums for user reviews - very positive.

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Old 25-06-2007, 02:21   #5
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On a 32" LCD television, the panel resolution tends to be 1366 x 768. You won't find a lot of variation, but of course resolution is only one element of perceived 'quality'.

hdmi is a digital connector which also carries sound (- as opposed to something like a SCART connector which is analogue); it's used with hi def capable sources such as Virgin's V+ box, as well as Sky HD, Sony's Playstation 3, the new XBOX 360 Elite as well as other blu ray/hd dvd players like the Toshiba HD-E1. Some HTPC's have them as well, as do a number of upscaling dvd players. It's useful to have one or more hdmi connectors for future proofing, although a little less relavent with smaller televisions unless you sit very close. It's dependant on which sources you wish to connect.

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Old 25-06-2007, 18:44   #6
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cheers this is too hard work getting a new tv lol but i;m kinda getting it all in my head now thanks to u guys

and yeah i may go with that one after all.

Curious what u guys think of these ones please>

www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/128513

www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/128561

Sorry link for me aint working

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See bargain forum thread for my first impressions of the new Hannspree 32 inch JT01-E2 (2 HDMI 1200:1 contrast) as there are 3 very similar Hanspree models at the moment.

Your two linked sets look superficially fairly similar.
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looks good to me this one Misco

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I noticed that Play.com are selling the Toshiba 32" 32WL66 lcd television for £399. Although it's a relatively old model (pre X and C series) it's a fantastic television. It doesn't have a digital (freeview) decoder though, only analague. Other that that, the only negatives I can really think of is the crappy remote and that some may find the styling a bit bland. I have quite a bit of experience with this particular model as my sister has one which she's owned for about 14 months; at the time it was about £700, so for £399 it's a bargain.

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Old 28-06-2007, 16:29   #10
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HANNSPREE XV32 32 LCD-TV

Going with this one i'm very sure this is a sweet set

MASSIVE thanks for all your help guys.

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