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Desperately need help! Been watching the LE32R88BD 32" lcd but have been told it isn't full HD by a mate, ie not 1080p. Does anyone know a 32" Samsung that is 1080p and isn't a lot more expensive? …
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
Desperately need help! Been watching the LE32R88BD 32" lcd but have been told it isn't full HD by a mate, ie not 1080p. Does anyone know a 32" Samsung that is 1080p and isn't a lot more expensive? Really like the look of the LE32R88BD so would like to stick to Samsung if possible.

If using the PS3 on a non-1080p, would the drop in quality be really noticeable?

Please help!

Thanks,
Greg
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
ive got my xbox360 plugged into my samsung 1080 ,,,,,and i have to say the difference is like chalk an cheese,,,,,,i know its a bit more expensive,but you would be better paying out for it now rather than deciding in a year or 2....that you wished you got the full hd tv.........thats wat i originaly was going to do,,,,get the 32",but after seeing the quality difference in currys i decided to stump up the xtra £500
#2
i dont think you can get a 1080p set in 32" sizes (or anything much less than 40" or 42") and I'm pretty sure you'll be very hard pushed to see the difference on the smaller set between 1080i/720p and 1080p.
#3
You can get a 37" Samsung LE37M87BDX thats 1080p but for not much more you can get the 40".
#4
The thing is, I had a big debate with the Mrs about size of telly to get... I really wanted 37" but she said 32" is my limit. Wouldn't mind paying a bit more if I'd grow out of a non-full HD but that's rubbish if I can't get one in 32". Do you know if any other brands do 1080p in 32"?
#5
32" 1080p doesn't exist and won't for a few years yet I think.
Sharp do a 37" 1080p which was on HUKD earlier for £799, noone else does afaik.
42" is the most common model for 1080p however
#6
diehardtiger
The thing is, I had a big debate with the Mrs about size of telly to get... I really wanted 37" but she said 32" is my limit. Wouldn't mind paying a bit more if I'd grow out of a non-full HD but that's rubbish if I can't get one in 32". Do you know if any other brands do 1080p in 32"?


Convince her, 40" is not as big as it sounds. My old crt 32" seemed huge, the samsung is just perfect, and I havent the biggest living room.
#7
Try take her to see a 40" and a 32" in a shop. Specialy if you can get a shop that has a sofa so you can sit infront of a couple of sets. Get her to watch the 40" for a good few mins and then go to a 32" and you will see how small a 32" looks... Also remember some dvds have large black bars so your picture becomes even smaller!
#8
I think I'm fighting a losing battle - took her to Comet and the first 37" we saw was surrounded by 32" sets so it looked massive. I hear what you're saying but I think she's stopped listening to me!

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