Samsung LE32C450 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready 50Hz LCD TV with Freeview £266.58 @Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Samsung HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview
Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB
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3 HDMI slots let you connect more devices in HD quality

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#2
Excellent dea :-)
#3
Isn't this 720p only?
#4
#5
nice price for a 2nd tv or for a bedroom
#6
1 Like #7
This chart might help to make your mind up about whether 1080p is necessary.

[url=http://hd.engadget.com/2006/12/09/1080p-charted-viewing-distance-to-screen-size/]
#8
richardharris
nice price for a 2nd tv or for a bedroom

Bedroom? Seriously?

It's more than good enough for a first TV. It's what I have in my living room, I wouldn't want a vulgar 40"+.
#9
Cheers! I'd forgotten that there was a model with regular Freeview in it, crackin' price for the C530.
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Great price, shame they don't seem to discount the 26" model equivalents since I haven't got enough room for the 32".
#11
dean_brfc
richardharris
nice price for a 2nd tv or for a bedroom

Bedroom? Seriously?

It's more than good enough for a first TV. It's what I have in my living room, I wouldn't want a vulgar 40"+.


wow....intersting comment, i have never heard a TV described as "vulgar" just because its 7 inches bigger then a 32 inch

honestly, it sounds like your just defending your purchase of a low end TV so fair enough, i bought a 32inch low end HDTV when they were still expensive, mine is slightly better because it at least has 1080i

but saying all that i would certainly snap up a 40inch given it was a good deal

anyway, voted hot
#12
bluepeter11
dean_brfc
richardharris
nice price for a 2nd tv or for a bedroom

Bedroom? Seriously?

It's more than good enough for a first TV. It's what I have in my living room, I wouldn't want a vulgar 40"+.


wow....intersting comment, i have never heard a TV described as "vulgar" just because its 7 inches bigger then a 32 inch

honestly, it sounds like your just defending your purchase of a low end TV so fair enough, i bought a 32inch low end HDTV when they were still expensive, mine is slightly better because it at least has 1080i

but saying all that i would certainly snap up a 40inch given it was a good deal

anyway, voted hot

Bit OTT I guess. I just don't understand why people want huge TVs, is television really that important? It's mainly all crap anyway, and a good film doesn't need to be shown on an expensive TV to be enjoyed. I really don't like living rooms where the TV is the dominant feature, it doesn't look nice at all (and puts forward a bad impression of the inhabitants!).

If it wasn't for my US PS3 not playing GTA on my old TV I'm not sure I'd ever have bought an LCD (this cost me nearly £400 at the time, so it wasn't cheap), I certainly don't think it's worth it for television/films alone.

32" for the bedroom definitely is wrong! (smutty jokes aside of course)


Edited By: dean_brfc on Nov 15, 2010 11:25
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dean_brfc
bluepeter11
dean_brfc
richardharris
nice price for a 2nd tv or for a bedroom

Bedroom? Seriously?

It's more than good enough for a first TV. It's what I have in my living room, I wouldn't want a vulgar 40"+.


wow....intersting comment, i have never heard a TV described as "vulgar" just because its 7 inches bigger then a 32 inch

honestly, it sounds like your just defending your purchase of a low end TV so fair enough, i bought a 32inch low end HDTV when they were still expensive, mine is slightly better because it at least has 1080i

but saying all that i would certainly snap up a 40inch given it was a good deal

anyway, voted hot

Bit OTT I guess. I just don't understand why people want huge TVs, is television really that important? It's mainly all crap anyway, and a good film doesn't need to be shown on an expensive TV to be enjoyed. I really don't like living rooms where the TV is the dominant feature, it doesn't look nice at all (and puts forward a bad impression of the inhabitants!).

If it wasn't for my US PS3 not playing GTA on my old TV I'm not sure I'd ever have bought an LCD (this cost me nearly £400 at the time, so it wasn't cheap), I certainly don't think it's worth it for television/films alone.

32" for the bedroom definitely is wrong! (smutty jokes aside of course)



I don't own a TV. You're making some wild assertions in this post and being very judgemental. It's a free country you're free to be a snob or a chav, either of which could be described as vulgar pigeon holing of people. Remember just because some one does something different to yourself doesn't make it wrong. If I was to form the impression that people with televisions over 32" were somehow lower class or bad I would quite frankly be an idiot. I presume some one with an expensive house in London who has a home cinema is also putting forward a bad impression because they have a screen over 32". It's interesting to note the threshold is 32" where some one instantly is putting forward a bad impression of themselves.

You ask the question is television that important? You're making a judgement based on your perception and your values, and making moral judgements about others. I think you should reflect on your post and realise that you share this world with 6 billion others, the chances that some of those won't agree with you are very high. You're giving the impression that people who like and do things differently to yourself are wrong, well that certainly is not the case.

Edited By: fishmaster on Nov 15, 2010 11:59
#14
Are there any better 32" deals out there at the moment than this?

I'm also looking for a TV for the bedroom, that wont be used than often.
#15
get richer sounds to price match(currently £274) and pick it up
#16
Not a bad deal but Samsung have a poor reputation for breakdowns (cheap capacitors) in the early years.
#17
I have this one if anybody is interested

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#18
now showing £295.00

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