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32inch LCD...Would you go for Sony Bravia?

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If so which model is the best one.. and which you think comes close to Sony Bravia .. Samsung.....Panasonic Model numbers if possible please...As there are so many around.. I am thinking of goin… Read More
Rupee Man Avatar
8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
If so which model is the best one..
and which you think comes close to Sony Bravia ..
Samsung.....Panasonic
Model numbers if possible please...As there are so many around..

I am thinking of going for a Bravia 32in W model....
Rupee Man Avatar
8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
32 inch is just too small dont do it youl wish you got bigger 1
#2
Ah...It's gonna be my bedroom TV.... Dont need anything bigger..
#3
I personally think the Sony sets are rubbish
#4
jamstaruk1972
32 inch is just too small dont do it youl wish you got bigger 1


yeah I got my toshiba regza 32" a year ago this july (I think) and now that I've got a bigger room, it just doesn't cut it, especially for movies.
#5
What is your max budget? what is your max size, and do you want either LCD or PLASMA, rather than people slagging of a choice, let us know the limitations and we can give you the best opinions
#6
well...as I said...32 is max size and budget...under £600..
I would love it if i can find something nice and decent for £300
#7
we have a sony bravia 42 inch, its been fine.

we had a toshiba before that, which was awful, went back to the store several times with faults.
#8
i've been looking at the sharp aquos LC32DH77E... but still debating what to get i did like the LG 32LH7000
#9
tbh, you are not going to get a quality sub 32" for less than £300, thr Aquos is a good LCD but its not going to set the world on fire, Sharp used to make quality sets a few years ago but they lost ground and have only started to make new sets lately,

Is it for a main set?
#10
clondikemike
tbh, you are not going to get a quality sub 32" for less than £300, thr Aquos is a good LCD but its not going to set the world on fire, Sharp used to make quality sets a few years ago but they lost ground and have only started to make new sets lately,

Is it for a main set?


me or the op :oops:

if me, then its for a set used in the bedroom, not sure if i need true hd, only be used for 360 and dvds, and streamed media either through 360, or through pc connection
#11
If you want a fantastic 32" set i wholeheartedly recommend the Panasonic TX32LXD80 I own it and it is tbh amazing. Great for games, Great for sports, no ghosting like you see on some sets, 3 HDMI inputs. its just great.

I picked it up for £313 around February, but it was in a sale with a 10% off code.
SUpurb quality set and worth every penny you will spend on it. i think it can be had for around 400 at the moment.
#12
I thought I read somewhere a while back that some of the Sony's are rebaged etc...

Yes ? No ?

maxmix
#13
Jetpac
If you want a fantastic 32" set i wholeheartedly recommend the Panasonic TX32LXD80 I own it and it is tbh amazing. Great for games, Great for sports, no ghosting like you see on some sets, 3 HDMI inputs. its just great.

I picked it up for £313 around February, but it was in a sale with a 10% off code.
SUpurb quality set and worth every penny you will spend on it. i think it can be had for around 400 at the moment.


agree, i have the older 700 version with 100hz as a bedroom set. cracking little tv
#14
fwibble
me or the op :oops:

if me, then its for a set used in the bedroom, not sure if i need true hd, only be used for 360 and dvds, and streamed media either through 360, or through pc connection


Wouldnt spend your money on a Bravia, wouldnt waste it on a full hd. stick to a good home branded model, thing is you can spend over £300 on a branded model and it will be a waste of time,

1: Are you using it to watch HD
2: Is it setup to watch SD channels (standard def)
3: Do you have a High Def source feeding the TV
3: Is it just watching freeview channels

Let us or me know:)
#15
clondikemike
Wouldnt spend your money on a Bravia, wouldnt waste it on a full hd. stick to a good home branded model, thing is you can spend over £300 on a branded model and it will be a waste of time,

1: Are you using it to watch HD
2: Is it setup to watch SD channels (standard def)
3: Do you have a High Def source feeding the TV
4: Is it just watching freeview channels

Let us or me know:)


1. Nope, don't watch a great deal of tv
2. Will be using it to watch SD through sky box so no need for real for built in freeview
3. think that depends on what the media source i acquire and on my gfx card (8800gtx), but mainly I'll be watching SD.
4. It will be mainly used for gaming, xbox 360
#16
fwibble
1. Nope, don't watch a great deal of tv
2. Will be using it to watch SD through sky box so no need for real for built in freeview
3. think that depends on what the media source i acquire and on my gfx card (8800gtx), but mainly I'll be watching SD.
4. It will be mainly used for gaming, xbox 360


Pretty much the same for me too..apart from point 1.. I do watch a great deal of TV and this would be primary tv in my room
#17
Rupee Man
Pretty much the same for me too..apart from point 1.. I do watch a great deal of TV and this would be primary tv in my room


would be my primary tv too, but only for gaming :oops:

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