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HELP WITH CHOOSING A 32" / 37" / 40" tv

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Morning I would really welcome some advice.. I need a new large TV Input is sky+ and hopefully ps3 in a few months I am looking at the Sony W Series or Samsung 656 series. Are these too high spec…
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Morning
I would really welcome some advice..
I need a new large TV
Input is sky+ and hopefully ps3 in a few months
I am looking at the Sony W Series or Samsung 656 series.
Are these too high spec?
Any views / info would be really appreciated
Budget is up to £700
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
You need a TV that suits the room you are going to put it in. For example I have a 37" screen in my living room to suit my room, any bigger and it would overpower the room.
#2
go with the sony w series, don' task me why but thats what my oh is getting and he always does his homework on tv's before a purchase. and he always nows what he's talking about when it comes to electricals :thumbsup:
as for the size it al depends on how far back you are sitting, im sure if you google it, it will come up
also if you are going to go with the sony wait for a month because sony have a new tv coming out so the price will drop on the w series
#3
AV Forums is a great site when looking for help in buying a new tv. There are lots of reviews from owners etc. If you do a search for the model you are thinking about you should get lots of information. The people on the site are also very helpful. :thumbsup:
#4
prefer the samsung myself and have invested in a 37"
you may find a 32" is very small
and unless you are getting sky hd i wouldnt go for the 40"
as ade2j said room size is important and you should be sitting roughly 2.5 x the screen sise from your tv
also if you are mounting this on the wall most people put it too hight and thats when it overpowers the room
mind the top of the screen should be at eye level
:thumbsup:
#5
Does it have to be full HD (1080P) or just HD?
I have been working on behalf of Sony for the past week so I was looking at a lot of TV's!
The Bravias I prefer to the Samsungs, there brighter more vivid pictures, which I prefer in a TV
For £650ish you can get:
40" V3000 Full HD
40" D3500 Full HD
40" W2000 Full HD
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ade2j;2790629
You need a TV that suits the room you are going to put it in. For example I have a 37" screen in my living room to suit my room, any bigger and it would overpower the room.

agree that this is the main factor.

distance from tv:-

6 foot = 37"
8 foot = 42"
10 foot = 50"

work that out then you can see what you can get for your budget. I opted for a 50" but find that a little small when playing ps3 games (distance is 8 foot away).
#7
Samsung and Sony make probably the best LCD's at the moment, Panasonic isn't bad either but current ranges not quite as good as the first two. There have been quite a few problems with Samsung's so I would say it'd be worth going for a Sony unless you fancy a gamble on getting an ok set.

For under £700 it may be worth you looking at the 40V4000. The 4000 range is Sony's latest range and if you were to stretch to the W4000 you'd be getting probably the best non-100Hz LCD screen available currently.

Like mentioned before, it's worth checking out avforums as you'll find first hand experiences from owners of the sets you may be looking at but before you buy one, make a shortlist and look at the sets yourself and check that the content you'll be using or intend to use is displayed well on the set such as Sky+ and PS3.

Happy hunting.
#8
All
Thanks for the feedback and views ...looks like I'm going to go for the v4000

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