Digihome 32875FHD - 32" HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview - £190.99 @ Electrical123 - HotUKDeals
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Digihome 32875FHD - 32" HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview - £190.99 @ Electrical123

£190.99 @ Electrical123
Price includes free delivery within two working days. 32 Inch LCD TV Black Colour Picture Processing 50Hz NICAM Stereo Sound 2 x 6W RMS Power Output 2 HDMI Conne… Read More
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Price includes free delivery within two working days.

32 Inch LCD TV
Black Colour
Picture Processing 50Hz
NICAM Stereo Sound
2 x 6W RMS Power Output
2 HDMI Connections
PC Input
1 USB Connection
200 x 200 VESA Wall Mount
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#1
Looks pitiful next to the eBuyer Hannspree deal for not a great deal more.
#2
50hz picture processing for a 32 inch screen is very poor, football on that would be pretty much a blur to say the least.
#3
Considering BD plays at 24fps I don't think 50hz will make much of a difference, unless you're planning on playing lots of US content without a decent player. If you're watching football in the UK you're not going to be receiving it above 50hz afaik
#4
50hz is ya standard tv processing, unless you pay and go for something extra like 100hz but that is a premium feature on premium Flatscreens..
And yes you will get motion blur when watching sports and fast paced action films on a 50hz TV

24 Fps is the amount of frames movies are played back at, its nothing to do with the processing the TV is set to refresh its picture at!
#5
50Hz can be fine on a 32" - it's how the TV performs rather than the Hz's

My Sony W4000 32" performs perfectly but it cost four times this TV here.

UK TV is broadcast at 50Hz and so a decent TV should be able to display 50Hz without issues, cheaper TV's may struggle but that's down to their picture processing capabilities.
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My point was that in the UK there isn't anything specifically that will demand more than 50hz unless you're plugging in a source that wants above that. 50hz won't affect HD movies as they're played at 24fps. 50hz won't cause football to be blurry as you are watching from a source that isn't sending it to your TV any faster than that, what may cause blur is the response time of the lcd screen.
Also 100hz is a bit of a marketing gimic. This may be useful for pc inputs etc, but watching any films or tv, all the tv is doing is taking that 24hz/50hz signal it is recieving and copying/multiplying frames inbetween and padding it out to 100hz. If the process it uses to multiply these frames isn't a very good one, this could well cause the output to be worse than that of a less expensive 50hz tv. I've seen movies in showrooms on 100hz showing off how 'wonderful' they are that have turned the traditoin feel/look of 'film' into that of a home movie camcorder because it's messed with the refresh rates.
#7
Cold for me when you can get the Sharp one for £199.99.


-Kev
#8
brand equivalent of smart price, woulnt have it my house or shed,
#9
dreamager
Considering BD plays at 24fps I don't think 50hz will make much of a difference, unless you're planning on playing lots of US content without a decent player.
I agree that 50Hz is nothing special - in fact it is standard UK TV. There are some TVs out there that are worse - they show 60Hz as standard in the US, and that makes UK TV quite jerky. Others will do better, with 100Hz, 200 Hz or even 600Hz processing - but that is interpolation, and it comes at a cost.
#10
dreamager
My point was that in the UK there isn't anything specifically that will demand more than 50hz unless you're plugging in a source that wants above that. 50hz won't affect HD movies as they're played at 24fps. 50hz won't cause football to be blurry as you are watching from a source that isn't sending it to your TV any faster than that, what may cause blur is the response time of the lcd screen.
Also 100hz is a bit of a marketing gimic. This may be useful for pc inputs etc, but watching any films or tv, all the tv is doing is taking that 24hz/50hz signal it is recieving and copying/multiplying frames inbetween and padding it out to 100hz. If the process it uses to multiply these frames isn't a very good one, this could well cause the output to be worse than that of a less expensive 50hz tv. I've seen movies in showrooms on 100hz showing off how 'wonderful' they are that have turned the traditoin feel/look of 'film' into that of a home movie camcorder because it's messed with the refresh rates.



Absoultely agree... I didn't make it clear but my post wasn't in reply to yours and I failed to mention that my own (much dearer TV is still only 50Hz and provides excellent results)



Edited By: spannerzone on May 17, 2011 19:19

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