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not the best make but based upon reviews it looks good
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago

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1080i!!! - Ya wanna P!!!!

1080p is what to look for for true HD TV.
u won't get a 1080p for that price.

Silver version for £299.95
1080p would be a little overkill on a 32" anyway.

These TV's seem to be decent enough for the price, was thinking of getting one for my daughters bedroom so I can get my TV back :-D .
1080i!!! - Ya wanna P!!!!

1080p is what to look for for true HD TV.

name one tv this size which is would be hard pushed to notice any difference at a normal viewing distance (say approx 6ft) on a 42in screen let alone a any case its the quality of components that counts, that is why the pioneer kuro plasmas and the panny plasmas are so highly rated despite being "only HD ready 720p" at best
Would choose a branded one myself. The entry Toshiba 32inch is just under £400...
I bought an AOC and it has far better picture than my brothers Tosh, brand names aren't the be all end all. if the reviews are ok, for the price it is great value. Heated up.

Fair enough but I'd rather shell out an extra £80 for the well reviewed Toshiba 32C3035D or the new but largely unknown Toshiba 32AV505D. Both have better spec (connections, contrast, speaker output, etc).
£80 is still £80, the whole point is a 32" LCD tv with decent reviews for £300 (silver model) and that is a good deal....I did a huge amount of digging and comparisons before buying the AOC, and I know some of the Argos etc. budget stuff is rubbish, however, a lot of the panels used by named brands are also used in budget models.
As always with these things, spend another £?? and get this model, well why not spend another £?? and get a Phillips Ambilight or a Sony or a Samsung....why not, budgets.
Anyway, agree to disagree, still a good deal.:thumbsup:
Lol. But I still don't know what AOC means!?! hehe
AOC are actually an American TFT manufacturer, quite well known for their monitors, not big over here, but well regarded over there, put it this way a year ago I paid £319 for a 32" lcd tv, didn't have a big budget as we had just moved and whilst renovating wanted to hang the TV on the chimney breast, that was all the budget I had, the AVforums pointed me in the right direction, two year warranty...I took some time to set it up and it is fantastic.
Although to be fair if I had £700 I would buy a phillips ambilight or a Pioneer 37"...maybe in another couple of years.
Cool. Thanks for the explanation :)

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