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hi all iam new to this great site , would appreciate some advice on any good deals out there for a 37 in full HD LCD tv , ive got a budget of around £500 appreciate your help thank you
Shery Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
hi all iam new to this great site , would appreciate some advice on any good deals out there for a 37 in full HD LCD tv , ive got a budget of around £500
appreciate your help
thank you
Shery Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Just over £500 but I have one of these and it's a very nice telly :thumbsup:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/152318

Have a look around yourself just put the model number in google and you should find a good range of prices
#2
Why do you need full HD?

At 37" you will struggle to see the difference between 720p & full HD i.e. 1080p

There are also plasma tv's available at 37".

Why not consider a 37" plasma at 720p - I know that Panasonic have options around the £500 mark for these.

Finally, I would recommend looking at http://www.avforums.com/ for decent info on TVs.
#3
mikebike
Just over £500 but I have one of these and it's a very nice telly :thumbsup:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/152318

Have a look around yourself just put the model number in google and you should find a good range of prices


its about £480 here

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/toshiba/37xv555db.html

wont do too much better with that budget , tbh id sooner have the sony here

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl37v4000.html

even though its not full hd

word of warning - the remotes on the toshiba tvs are shockingly bad
#4
Cotterpin
Why do you need full HD?

At 37" you will struggle to see the difference between 720p & full HD i.e. 1080p

There are also plasma tv's available at 37".

Why not consider a 37" plasma at 720p - I know that Panasonic have options around the £500 mark for these.

Finally, I would recommend looking at http://www.avforums.com/ for decent info on TVs.


Like most of the post's on here about TV's it is down to personal choice I do understand what you are saying but for me LCD wins for various reasons.
#5
RudiBryson
its about £480 here

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/toshiba/37xv555db.html

wont do too much better with that budget , tbh id sooner have the sony here

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/sony/kdl37v4000.html

even though its not full hd

word of warning - the remotes on the toshiba tvs are shockingly bad


No problems at all with the remote for me! I had a LG 42" Plasma and it was a lot worse!
#6
yea i suppose you can always buy a universal remote , toshiba tvs are real decent , but the problem with the remote is some times they work , some times they dont . it does get frustrating , goto keep standing up to switch over the hdmi channels
#7
hello all
thank you for your replies, the reason i want a full hd tv is that I thought you need Full Hd to be able to play Blu ray or HD stuff proparly . Yet I might be totally wrong :thinking:
Plasma or Lcd doesnt really matter i have 42 pioneer plasma which is just lovely :thumbsup:
#8
Shery
hello all
thank you for your replies, the reason i want a full hd tv is that I thought you need Full Hd to be able to play Blu ray or HD stuff proparly . Yet I might be totally wrong :thinking:
Plasma or Lcd doesnt really matter i have 42 pioneer plasma which is just lovely :thumbsup:


hd can be played at 720 or 1080 , like the previous post said , you dont notice too much diff on a 37 inch tv - i would say its more important to have a tv that has 24p , otherwise you get really noticable annoying jerking when watching blu rays etc - 24 represents the framerate at which the film was recorded ,i think if the tv doesnt advertise that its 24p , then it plays it back at 27 frames per second or somewhere near that , and this causes the jerking .

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