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Just bought an LG 32 Inch HD Ready TV. Did i make the right choice?

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Been searching for ages for a tv that will compliment my PS3 in HD. I got an LG 32LG5010 after much speculation between a number of tv's. Does anyone have this tv or tell me if it will be a good e… Read More
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Been searching for ages for a tv that will compliment my PS3 in HD.

I got an LG 32LG5010 after much speculation between a number of tv's. Does anyone have this tv or tell me if it will be a good enough picture for my ps3?

Thanks.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
No, you didnt.
#2
Hope so for you mate, I got a top of range 32 inch sony bravia hooked upto mine - loving it.

You tried it out yet?
#3
"a tv that will compliment my PS3 in HD. "



TV: "ps3, you look so beautiful and shiny tonight"

ps3: "why, thank you. you know I've always loved you"


the saga continues.........maybe.
banned#4
you've bought one of the best 32" LCDs around
#5
grex9101
"a tv that will compliment my PS3 in HD. "



TV: "ps3, you look so beautiful and shiny tonight"

ps3: "why, thank you. you know I've always loved you"


the saga continues.........maybe.


it might continue if your sarcasm was that funny... but its not.

Well theres been mixed posts so ill have to wait and see what its like.
#6
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49296969,00.htm (same model, DSG group call it the 5010)

yes, the advantages being high brightness and contrast and 24p playback, article also mentions the PS triple
#7
If you are happy with it ...YES...if not NO.

;-)
#8
No dude, not a good choice, GOOD choice on a 32" as it's one of the best you can get, BUT, why on earth didn't you shell out on a 37" FULL HD?? (or bigger)

How much did that 32" set you back?
banned#9
DudeyGeeza
No dude, not a good choice, GOOD choice on a 32" as it's one of the best you can get, BUT, why on earth didn't you shell out on a 37" FULL HD?? (or bigger)

How much did that 32" set you back?

Why would he want full HD on a 37" TV? Dumb comment dude
#10
Shouldn't you have really asked BEFORE you bought the TV?
#11
I have just bought 2 premier league football clubs and Zoom Airlines, did i make the right choice?
#12
stevey_p7
it might continue if your sarcasm was that funny... but its not.

Well theres been mixed posts so ill have to wait and see what its like.


for future reference, the reason I was being "sarcastic" was the the correct word would have been "complement". was just trying to joke about, never mind eh?
#13
odriscoll
I have just bought 2 premier league football clubs and Zoom Airlines, did i make the right choice?


by the look of your avatar, you will never make the right choices in life ;-)
#14
Mascherano
Why would he want full HD on a 37" TV? Dumb comment dude


Lol, such a great comment from the obviously miss-informed.

It is not just about size of screen and how far away you are.

The 1920 x 1080 resolution of a FULL HD being on a small 37" means it will produce a much better and clearer picture than a smaller 32" only running a resolution of 1280 x 720.

More pixels per inch = more quality, but for a PS3 that has a very limited range of games that actually run @ full HD (1080p) i suppose a screen that is limited to 720p is fine..

Bigger than a 37" on full HD is just streatching the pixels over a larger area therefore essentially decreasing the quality the bigger you get.

Yes i suppose it does go down to what the eye can see..
#15
For the benefit of all 10 of us that hasn't seen charts like this a dozen times before (just kidding folks). :thumbsup:

http://www.carltonbale.com/wp-content/uploads/distance_chart.png
banned#16
depends how much you paid!

very small TV but then again you may be sitting 3 foot away from it. Max allowed distance is 5 foot according to that chart above which is great at telling the FULL HD fans where they are so wrong.
#17
DudeyGeeza
Lol, such a great comment from the obviously miss-informed.

It is not just about size of screen and how far away you are.

The 1920 x 1080 resolution of a FULL HD being on a small 37" means it will produce a much better and clearer picture than a smaller 32" only running a resolution of 1280 x 720.

More pixels per inch = more quality, but for a PS3 that has a very limited range of games that actually run @ full HD (1080p) i suppose a screen that is limited to 720p is fine..

Bigger than a 37" on full HD is just streatching the pixels over a larger area therefore essentially decreasing the quality the bigger you get.

Yes i suppose it does go down to what the eye can see..


Didnt get anything bigger as it is to go in my loft. It will be a squeeze for the 32". As long as i havent bought a ****** one im ok.

Thanks for the replies.

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