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HDTV for an Xbox360

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hello, i have being scouring the Internet for a while now looking for a HDTV to use for my recently purchased Xbox360 (thanks to HDUK for finding me a good deal!). the trouble is i really don't kno…
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
hello,

i have being scouring the Internet for a while now looking for a HDTV to use for my recently purchased Xbox360 (thanks to HDUK for finding me a good deal!). the trouble is i really don't know which tvs are good value for the money. Whats the difference between a HD ready tv and a full HD tv. which one do i need to simply fully appreciate the Xbox graphics. any help would be greatly appreciated. i was thinking about a tv for around the 300 mark

Cheers
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
some more info.. i was thinking something similar in spec to this
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131144

cheaper would be amazing
#2
My friend bought this like last week and raves about it

Next day delivery so order it now and get it tomorrow

http://www.thelink.co.uk/hi-tech/142692/samsung-r88-32-inch-hd-lcd-le32r88bd.html
#3
thanks have some rep
#4
Depending on how much you want to spend v's what size you want really. If you want a bigger screen for your money just get a 720p job, you will not notice any difference in quality, the only things that can show 1080p are 360's, PS3'S and hd movies through a respective HD player. I have tried both using the 360 and couldn't notice any major difference ad that was on a 37 inch Samsung, it will be ages before proper HD signals are transmitted for TV programmes so don't worry too much.
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Apparantly, 1080p can't be detected by the eye if the display is under 50 inches.
#6
well then in that case, what 720p tvs around the 26-32inch mark are available? what would you recommend
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well then in that case, what 720p tvs around the 26-32inch mark are available? what would you recommend


Samsung ones are meant to be really good for gaming, if you could find a good deal then that would do you fine. That one you posted earlier looks good.

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