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32" HDTV Max £550

The JFK Avatar
9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago

I am looking for a 32" HDTV and only looking to spend around £550. I would prefer to get it from a high steet store, but a internet site is OK.

It will be mainly used for gaming on my PS3.

I would like it to have:
Atleast 2HDMI ports
Built in Freeview

I am considering the LG with the built in TV Recorder but i am not 100% sure.
Rep will be left for ALL helpful advice.

The JFK Avatar
9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago

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remember extra £30 for a three year warranty, looks like a good price, can be picked up to save on cost too
Well to be fair there are quite a few 32" TVs that match my description and budget, but i dont know what one is the best.
So can someone help me please?
same here pal.
i tempted to go with samsung or phillips....dixons currently cheap for the 32" samsung
then again, even with the lesser known brands,the specs pretty much the same!

is a good price comparison site

try http://www.homecinemachoice.com for reviews

the two they talk about is the panasonic TX-32LXD70 and the samsung LE32R87BD
the panasonic is more expensive but the samsung incl 3 HDMI is £452 incl delivery from Dixons (use Jan 10 voucher code)
I was looking for a Samsung LE32R87BDX, had great reviews. I went with something a bit cheaper in the end but im really happy with my Hannspree.
if you dont mind brand (which you really shouldn't)
then i highly recomend this tv http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134965/show_product_reviews
it is a 37 inch (there is a hell of a difference) way below your budjet and looks and sounds great.
i have a sony 32 inch downstairs and this hannspree 37 to myself in my room, and its the best thing i ever bought. oh and im not certain but i read somewhere that hannspree get there panels from LG so there is no difference in quality! :thumbsup:
That does seem like a good buy mate, but 37" will be far to big for my bedroom. The biggest TV my room can take is 32".

Thanks for the help though.
I got the Samsung that some one else mentioned in the thread
It is a great TV a 2 HDMI built in Freeview 7000:1 contrat Ratio

i paid £600 in argos got 3 years warrenty and a stand with it.

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