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Best Led TV out of these

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banned5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Hi I got 3 TVS that iam deciding on. I been researching a lot...
Its out of the:


PANASONIC VIERA TX-L32D28B-W 32" Full HD LED TV

SAMSUNG UE32C5800 32" Full HD LED TV

Philips 32PFL5605H/05 32-inch
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banned5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#2
"I do like the Philips but what do you all like?"

A bigger telly! :D
banned#3
cdm22
"I do like the Philips but what do you all like?"

A bigger telly! :D

HAHA
Ive already got a 50 inch. :P this 32inch is for the bedroom :D
#4
avforums mate, in here you maybe get a 1 in 10 chance of a geek answering, but over there it's like 10 geeks to 1 normal person.
no offence to anyone.:p
banned#5
boabbyrab
avforums mate, in here you maybe get a 1 in 10 chance of a geek answering, but over there it's like 10 geeks to 1 normal person.
no offence to anyone.:p

Fair dudes. Or maybe everyone is at work? lol iam a geek who cant make a decison. lol
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As someone who has invested in an LED backlit TV, let me say that there are only 2 advantages over LCD: Thickness of Telly and power consumption. If neither of these are important to you, go for a plain LCD set instead. Out of the sets you mention, the Philips would be my choice. It gets good reviews and should have all the connections you need.
banned#7
Lowtrawler
As someone who has invested in an LED backlit TV, let me say that there are only 2 advantages over LCD: Thickness of Telly and power consumption. If neither of these are important to you, go for a plain LCD set instead. Out of the sets you mention, the Philips would be my choice. It gets good reviews and should have all the connections you need.

Hi thats what I exactly I want. A thin TV because iam putting it on a non brick wall so I dont want the TV to be so heavy. LCD would be to heavy I think....
#8
What type of wall is it?
I don't believe that any wall that is in a bedroom is so poorly constructed that it wouldn't support an LCD television.
#9
Hallo, my input time :p

Of those three the panasonic is by far the best (and I mean a long way) - the price has only recently been reduced down to £399 and I can remember when it was still around £600 not more than a month ago.

The philips is second, and don't even consider the samsung.

It suffers from horrible backlight issues, and the brightness tends to be greater towards the top-right if I remember correctly??

Anyways, if you don't mind white, then get the panny - If you need black, get the philips :)
banned#10
thesaint
What type of wall is it?
I don't believe that any wall that is in a bedroom is so poorly constructed that it wouldn't support an LCD television.

Hi the whole room is brick apart from 1 side which is plywood wall... I might just put the TV in the brick side but you can get special plywood wall plugs and also the LED TV is just the right weight I think. The LCD would overkill it!!

tomwatts
Hallo, my input time :p

Of those three the panasonic is by far the best (and I mean a long way) - the price has only recently been reduced down to £399 and I can remember when it was still around £600 not more than a month ago.

The philips is second, and don't even consider the samsung.

It suffers from horrible backlight issues, and the brightness tends to be greater towards the top-right if I remember correctly??

Anyways, if you don't mind white, then get the panny - If you need black, get the philips :)

Thanks for your input tomwatts... :) I'm gonna read the Panasonic TX-L32D28BW
LED LCD TV specs again...

ignore the Philips LED series 5000 that I posted above because iam going for the series 7000 now

Here it is >>http://www.philips.co.uk/c/televisions/7000-series-32-inch-full-hd-1080p-digital-tv-32pfl7605h_05/prd/

Its £515 Delivered from pixmania. Thats the cheapest I've find it but I can get it for £375 delivered ( 2nd hand ) but in grade A condtion.
Do you think I should get that one? or shall I just get it new for £515...Grade A means new condtion dont it?

I dont really like the panasonic in white but my girlfriend does... The Philips is silver looking. But I think it has a black bottom.
I do prefer black!! :)






Edited By: babyface_snoop on Mar 24, 2011 13:39: 9
#11
The panasonic is better for a whole number of reasons over the Philips - it has an IPS planel for starters...
#12
If you can't decide between the two then go for the pretty one.
banned#13
The Panasonic LED TV has VIERA CAST and the philips LED TV has NetTV...
I guess they both do the same thing but the Brand Panasonic and Philips have called this ''Feature'' a different name?

The Philips LED TV seems to play H264 format, MKV and most others formats but the pansonic dont seem to play formats like H264 or MKV! Correct me if iam wrong

The Philips LED TV has 100 HZ (2ms) LCD - But the panasonic has 50 HZ standard.

Philips has Dynamic screen contrast 500,000:1 and the panasonic only has Dynamic Contrast 2,000,000:1

The panasonic has Freeview HD & Freesat HD Built-in but the Philips hasn't!!

The Panasonic has IPS Panel as mentioned above but the philips dont have that either!!

I did see this amazing feature on the philips were you can install there software on your laptop/computer and then you can view the laptop/computer display on your Philips TV by wireless. Which is smart!! I don't think you can do that with the panasonic??

Philips Viewing angle: 176º & Panasonic Viewing angle: 178º

If someone could list more of the bad and good points of these 2 TVS then that be good!!

PANASONIC VIERA TX-L32D28B-W 32" Full HD LED TV
http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/4916048/module/general/product/accessories/load.html

Philips 32PFL7605H 32 LED TV
http://www.philips.co.uk/c/televisions/7000-series-32-inch-full-hd-1080p-digital-tv-32pfl7605h_05/prd/






Edited By: babyface_snoop on Mar 24, 2011 19:59: HZ
#14
babyface_snoop

I did see this amazing feature on the philips were you can install there software on your laptop/computer and then you can view the laptop/computer display on your Philips TV by wireless. Which is smart!! I don't think you can do that with the panasonic??

That is DNLA and yes, the Panasonic has that feature.

To be honest, as long as the TV's you are looking at have the features you need, it is pointless comparing spec sheet v spec sheet. Take a look at them in the flesh, preferably side by side. Make sure that they are properly calibrated and decide which you prefer. If this is not possible, choose the one you think looks best. They are both great sets and neither will disappoint. You will get people arguing for both sets. At the end of the day, it's only you that matters.
banned#15
Lowtrawler
babyface_snoop

I did see this amazing feature on the philips were you can install there software on your laptop/computer and then you can view the laptop/computer video display picture on your Philips TV by wired or wireless. Which is smart!! I don't think you can do that with the panasonic??

That is DNLA and yes, the Panasonic has that feature.

To be honest, as long as the TV's you are looking at have the features you need, it is pointless comparing spec sheet v spec sheet. Take a look at them in the flesh, preferably side by side. Make sure that they are properly calibrated and decide which you prefer. If this is not possible, choose the one you think looks best. They are both great sets and neither will disappoint. You will get people arguing for both sets. At the end of the day, it's only you that matters.

Hi yeah they both have got DNLA but thats just to browse files on your computer from your TV... The Philips LED TV has actually got another feature where you can view the laptop/computer video display picture by wired or wireless...

I ordered the Philips 32PFL7605H 32 LED TV
http://www.philips.co.uk/c/televisions/7000-series-32-inch-full-hd-1080p-digital-tv-32pfl7605h_05/prd/


It seems to be the far best!! It supports all video formats and reads NTFS format hardrive and not just FAT 32!!

Its got so many features and I only got it for £370 from CEX grade ''A'' Thanks for your comment it was good to know what you think.... :D

Edited By: babyface_snoop on Apr 10, 2011 03:46

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