- Which TV?
We’re looking for a new TV and are getting lost in all the reviews and stuff.
We’d like high definition, LCD. We want minimal ghosting of moving things, which I think means we want 100Hz and some sort of motion blur control.
We don’t want anything bigger than 32″, so does that mean full HD isn’t that important?
We’d like to spend no more than £700.
The Sony 32D3000 seemed ideal but seems to be discontinued!
Could anyone point us to something suitable please?
GF.Posted 9 years agomboySubscriber
You can get proper full HD 32″ TV’s for less than 700 quid, so yes, it is important!
Richer Sounds do 2 or 3 32″ TV’s with full 1080 for within your price riange, so probably worth checking them out. Think they were a Sharp, a Sony and a Panasonic (though no chance of remembering model numbers sorry!)Posted 9 years ago
what i’ve read so far is that, on a 32 inch, the difference between 768 and 1080 isn’t really noticeable, but that 1080 tellys are often not as good with standard def broadcasts as 768s are. That’s why I said I wasn’t too bothered about 1080, as a lot of what we watch is standard definition. No good having perfect HD pictures if the SD pictures are rubbish.
I’m prepared to accept that what i’ve been reading is cobblers though!Posted 9 years agotinribzMember
When I was looking last year I found this site to be the most informative, they seem to know what they are talking about:Posted 9 years agoandywhitMember
My parents have this one
Built in Freesat and Freeview receivers, it’s very good 🙂
No 100Hz though but the picture looked pretty good to me!Posted 9 years ago
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