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A good price for a 32" LCD. Looks about £30 cheaper than amazon and play. Only 720p but at this size it doesn't matter as much.
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#1
It gets good reviews on amazon. 4 1/2 stars from 28 reviews.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003DNSJAO/ref=asc_df_B003DNSJAO884147?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003DNSJAO


Edited By: davestavros on Sep 16, 2010 13:45: link
#2
would being 720 mind either way?

would need hdmi/blu ray/freeview hd to take full advantage, and like you said at this size prob wouldnt matter. Cracking price, and dont forget QUIDCO for a couple of extra quid!
#3
Already posted earlier in the day, not sure why its been expired though, as its still in stock!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-le32c450-32-lcd-freeview-hd/758823
#4
The one that you linked to was posted after this one. I guess no one picked this up this morning so the other post got hot and got more votes when it was on the front page.
banned#5
any quidco?
#6
I don't think you can get quidco as a percentage of sale on ebay outlet. You can get 40% of the money ebay gets from the sale back from quidco, though. I don't know what rate a big company like ebuyer would be charged by ebay. Maybe someone with experience with this has the answer...
#7
Has to be a pretty old panel I'd have thought. Bonkers not buying 1080P in my opinion, but then what do I know?
#8
For people saying its only 720p but it doesn't really matter on this size, well thats wrong.

Resolution and size of the TV mean nothing without viewing distance. If you are sat at about 4-5ft from a 32" TV and viewing 1080p material, then you would see a great improvemant over 720p.

To blindly say it does not matter with no viewing distance is pretty foolish.
#9
shawty1984
For people saying its only 720p but it doesn't really matter on this size, well thats wrong.

Resolution and size of the TV mean nothing without viewing distance. If you are sat at about 4-5ft from a 32" TV and viewing 1080p material, then you would see a great improvemant over 720p.

To blindly say it does not matter with no viewing distance is pretty foolish.

I see what you're saying, but you've got to remember most people sit in a very predictable range from the TV. In a bedroom, that is likely to be between 5 and 10 feet, and in a lounge 5 and 15 feet. The important metric being the 5 feet mark (ie the minimum). In fact, in a bedroom most people will be laying back on bed with the TV 6 feet+ away (on a wall, a unit, a stand etc). Its true to say, that 1080p on a screen this size at average view distances makes no difference over 720p for most people. So if you sit near a 32 inch under 5 feet away, or have very "special" eyes, then you _might_ see a difference. Most people won't tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on a 32 inch screen in normal conditions at _normal_ view distances.
#10
That's why people said "doesn't really matter" instead of "doesn't matter". Who watches a TV at 4-5 feet anyway?! You'll look like a crazy person. This is by no means a computer monitor. I imagine that it will probably be as a second TV that will mainly be used for TV. 1080 is nice but you won't get a good brand for £250!
#11
Shame this wasnt 2 days ago as there was a voucher for buying ebuyer goods through ebay to give 10% off! It ended on the 14th.
#12
Bought this a few months back at this price last time for the bedroom. Great TV for this price and it looks and sounds fantastic. You won't regret it.
#13
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more
#14
I see what you're saying, but you've got to remember most people sit in a very predictable range from the TV. In a bedroom, that is likely to be between 5 and 10 feet, and in a lounge 5 and 15 feet. The important metric being the 5 feet mark (ie the minimum). In fact, in a bedroom most people will be laying back on bed with the TV 6 feet+ away (on a wall, a unit, a stand etc). Its true to say, that 1080p on a screen this size at average view distances makes no difference over 720p for most people. So if you sit near a 32 inch under 5 feet away, or have very "special" eyes, then you _might_ see a difference. Most people won't tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on a 32 inch screen in normal conditions at _normal_ view distances.

I always get this statement back when I mention this.

First off, no viewing distances were given, so it was stupid to make an assumption anyway. And secondly, there is no real average or normal viewing ditance. Everyone is different and everyones room layout is differe. Simply put, it's stupid to simply say 1080p does not matter on these size screens without saying why. You are just misleading people.
#15
davestavros
That's why people said "doesn't really matter" instead of "doesn't matter". Who watches a TV at 4-5 feet anyway?! You'll look like a crazy person. This is by no means a computer monitor. I imagine that it will probably be as a second TV that will mainly be used for TV. 1080 is nice but you won't get a good brand for £250!

A lot of people actually, some of thoise who want to take advantage of 1080p, but regardless of that, it is stupid to mislead people. If people are going to give advicde, they should give it properly, not in halfs.
#16
zahidworld
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more

It inputs at 1080i, but you are not seeing 1080i on the screen, it does not have enough pixels to be able to display 1080i. 1080i has the same resolution as 1080p.
#17
shawty1984
zahidworld
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more
It inputs at 1080i, but you are not seeing 1080i on the screen, it does not have enough pixels to be able to display 1080i. 1080i has the same resolution as 1080p.

Are you telling me my PS3 is lying when it says it's running 1080 compatible PS3 games at 1080i ?
#18
shawty1984
zahidworld
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more
It inputs at 1080i, but you are not seeing 1080i on the screen, it does not have enough pixels to be able to display 1080i. 1080i has the same resolution as 1080p.

And .. what do you mean it inputs at 1080i ? A TV only outputs!!!
#19
zahidworld
shawty1984
zahidworld
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more
It inputs at 1080i, but you are not seeing 1080i on the screen, it does not have enough pixels to be able to display 1080i. 1080i has the same resolution as 1080p.
Are you telling me my PS3 is lying when it says it's running 1080 compatible PS3 games at 1080i ?

No, Im telling you your TV can't output at 1080i.
#20
zahidworld
shawty1984
zahidworld
It's HD ready and 1080i. I have it and it's perfect! If you want full HD , you can get for £100 more
It inputs at 1080i, but you are not seeing 1080i on the screen, it does not have enough pixels to be able to display 1080i. 1080i has the same resolution as 1080p.
And .. what do you mean it inputs at 1080i ? A TV only outputs!!!

Maybe you should think about what you just said. If a TV can not input anything then the TV can never output a picture.

A HD Ready TV can recieve (input) a 1080i signal, but can never display it at 1080i as simply it does not have enough pixels to display 1080i
#21
shawty1984
I see what you're saying, but you've got to remember most people sit in a very predictable range from the TV. In a bedroom, that is likely to be between 5 and 10 feet, and in a lounge 5 and 15 feet. The important metric being the 5 feet mark (ie the minimum). In fact, in a bedroom most people will be laying back on bed with the TV 6 feet+ away (on a wall, a unit, a stand etc). Its true to say, that 1080p on a screen this size at average view distances makes no difference over 720p for most people. So if you sit near a 32 inch under 5 feet away, or have very "special" eyes, then you _might_ see a difference. Most people won't tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on a 32 inch screen in normal conditions at _normal_ view distances.


I always get this statement back when I mention this.

First off, no viewing distances were given, so it was stupid to make an assumption anyway. And secondly, there is no real average or normal viewing ditance. Everyone is different and everyones room layout is differe. Simply put, it's stupid to simply say 1080p does not matter on these size screens without saying why. You are just misleading people.


Well I think there is an average spread of viewing distances:
(Note there were very few people under 2 meters (6 feet) in this BBC survey)
http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/rd/pubs/whp/whp-pdf-files/WHP090.pdf
There are many references on the internet for average view distances.
There are also many manufacturer recommended view distances for screens also. Google threw up pages and pages of it.
I doubt you will accept for most people 32 inch is fine at 720p, as you just want to win an argument, whereas I am just giving you information from external sources, not solely based on my own opinion. But the evidence suggests there is an average set of view distances, of course there are exceptions.


Edited By: hwangeruk on Sep 20, 2010 22:01: typo
#22
hwangeruk
shawty1984
I see what you're saying, but you've got to remember most people sit in a very predictable range from the TV. In a bedroom, that is likely to be between 5 and 10 feet, and in a lounge 5 and 15 feet. The important metric being the 5 feet mark (ie the minimum). In fact, in a bedroom most people will be laying back on bed with the TV 6 feet+ away (on a wall, a unit, a stand etc). Its true to say, that 1080p on a screen this size at average view distances makes no difference over 720p for most people. So if you sit near a 32 inch under 5 feet away, or have very "special" eyes, then you _might_ see a difference. Most people won't tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on a 32 inch screen in normal conditions at _normal_ view distances.
I always get this statement back when I mention this.First off, no viewing distances were given, so it was stupid to make an assumption anyway. And secondly, there is no real average or normal viewing ditance. Everyone is different and everyones room layout is differe. Simply put, it's stupid to simply say 1080p does not matter on these size screens without saying why. You are just misleading people.
Well I think there is an average spread of viewing distances:(Note there were very few people under 2 meters (6 feet) in this BBC survey)http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/rd/pubs/whp/whp-pdf-files/WHP090.pdfThere are many references on the internet for average view distances.There are also many manufacturer recommended view distances for screens also. Google threw up pages and pages of it.I doubt you will accept for most people 32 inch is fine at 720p, as you just want to win an argument, whereas I am just giving you information from external sources, not solely based on my own opinion. But the evidence suggests there is an average set of view distances, of course there are exceptions.

I don't want to win an argument at all. I just don't subscribe to nthe normal or average everyone brands about.

1080p on a 32" screen is fine, as long as you sit close enough. Why do we have to muddy the waters with all this average stuff when everyone is different. Instead of cinfussing people, just ask the distance they will sit from the screen and then it's easy to rok from there.

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