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Advice please! My telly has gone on blink. I went to Comet to look at their televsions and was disappointed to see that two thirds of the TVs had no picture and/or poor picture quality. The Son… Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Advice please!

My telly has gone on blink. I went to Comet to look at their televsions and was disappointed to see that two thirds of the TVs had no picture and/or poor picture quality.

The Sony, Toshiba and LG HD TVs looked grainy/blurred?

Does anyone have any recommendations please for a decent HD television (some are advertised as "HD Ready" and some "HD Television" - what is the difference?).

Looking to spend upto £400. Thanks.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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suspended#1
The tv's in comet etc will have a bad picture, something to do with something :thinking:

once you get a tv home you will see the difference.

You want a good contrast ratio for a start but not always

What will you be using your tv for?

sky hd? xbox 360? freeview? blu ray?

how big are you looking for
#2
you can get a great toshiba from Amazon for your budget. 32" 1080p. Or for around £300 you can get a 32" 720p. Someone else can tell you what all that means as i'm running out the door!
#3
the TVs in the shop will look a crap because they are on a media splitter from one source usually and then you will have the odd one running WALL-E from a BD player. The Samsungs are good and I can highly recommend them, go for a Series 6 and you save a bundle on the newer models and there isn't much difference in quality unless you going to check resolution pixel by pixel with a magnifying glass.
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Alfonse
the TVs in the shop will look a crap because they are on a media splitter from one source usually and then you will have the odd one running WALL-E from a BD player. The Samsungs are good and I can highly recommend them, go for a Series 6 and you save a bundle on the newer models and there isn't much difference in quality unless you going to check resolution pixel by pixel with a magnifying glass.


Thats what it is, when looking for mine the advisor was telling me but i was drifting in and out.

Bought mine online, great purchase i feel. i looked at some reviews and prices and took the plunge.

Got fed up with going round comet etc as you cant really see what you are buying
#5
remember if you buy Sony you are just paying for a brand name as they havent made TV's for years...all parts inside from other companies like Samsung and LG...i'd avoid paying over the odds for 4 letters on the front!
#6
Thanks guys! The TV will just be for normal viewing; nothing special.

I'll have a look on Amazon.
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Bishbash
Thanks guys! The TV will just be for normal viewing; nothing special.

I'll have a look on Amazon.


If you just want one for normal viewing then you should get a decent one for your budget

Think of the future though... would you ever get xbox blu ray or sky hd??

You dont want to buy something for now and realise its not good for what you want in a couple of years

Actually forget that just buy this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0020HR6QM/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21
#8
Panasonic plasma, fantastic picture in HD and SD format.
#9
richardcotton
remember if you buy Sony you are just paying for a brand name as they havent made TV's for years...all parts inside from other companies like Samsung and LG...i'd avoid paying over the odds for 4 letters on the front!

I disagree, yeh the brand name has a lot to do with it but the tv i have which is the Sony 32D3000 is the best HDTV for watching SD content on and its also damn good with blu-ray. No other HDTV can handle SD content this well except from some kuros
#10
Starr
If you just want one for normal viewing then you should get a decent one for your budget

Think of the future though... would you ever get xbox blu ray or sky hd??

You dont want to buy something for now and realise its not good for what you want in a couple of years

Actually forgot that just buy this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0020HR6QM/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21


i will +1 for this. just bought one for the living room and it is brilliant.
#11
kiwinator
I disagree, yeh the brand name has a lot to do with it but the tv i have which is the Sony 32D3000 is the best HDTV for watching SD content on and its also damn good with blu-ray. No other HDTV can handle SD content this well except from some kuros



Fair enough...but Sony didnt make this TV!!! It is Samsung/LG so you do just pay for the brand name
#12
kiwinator
I disagree, yeh the brand name has a lot to do with it but the tv i have which is the Sony 32D3000 is the best HDTV for watching SD content on and its also damn good with blu-ray. No other HDTV can handle SD content this well except from some kuros


How do you know that for certain?
#13
kiwinator
I disagree, yeh the brand name has a lot to do with it but the tv i have which is the Sony 32D3000 is the best HDTV for watching SD content on and its also damn good with blu-ray. No other HDTV can handle SD content this well except from some kuros


I think you'll find the Panasonic plasma's are fantastic for SD content. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#14
kiwinator
I disagree, yeh the brand name has a lot to do with it but the tv i have which is the Sony 32D3000 is the best HDTV for watching SD content on and its also damn good with blu-ray. No other HDTV can handle SD content this well except from some kuros


You know that Samsung made/make the Sony panels?

Samsung is definately the way to go imo, they look something special and have the picture quality to match

Source: AV Forums
#15
esq3585
I think you'll find the Panasonic plasma's are fantastic for SD content. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:


Indeed, as are most Plasma TV's, far better than LCD's.:thumbsup:
#16
esq3585;5880272
Panasonic plasma, fantastic picture in HD and SD format.

+2.35:thumbsup:
#17
leecher
[COLOR="Red"]You know that Samsung made/make the Sony panels[/COLOR]?

Samsung is definately the way to go imo, they look something special and have the picture quality to match

Source: AV Forums


There are only three LCD display manufacturers

Sony/Samsung
LG
Sharp

However, Sony are going into partnership with Sharp, so in the future most Sony TVs will have a Sharp-produced display.

The individual manufacturers (Toshiba, Sony, Panasonic etc) still make the TVs, just not the actual displays :thumbsup:
#18
They don't usually bother to set the settings (brightness etc.) correctly in the shops so could be another reason why they seemed poor to you. Your best bet is to look for some professional reviews online or on av forums.
#19
esq3585
Panasonic plasma, fantastic picture in HD and SD format.


+1

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