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Need help chosing a tv

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Ok my parents want to get a new tv for their living room. Now they arent very knowledgable and nor am i at chosing tv so i thought i would ask the kind people here to help them out.

Only requirement is mum wants a 32inch tv

something that doesnt break the bank but is good quality (maybe in the 500pounds region) maybe a sony i dont know really
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago

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Hi the following all get the thumbs up from Which:

Sony Bravia KDL32U3000 (£403 from pixmania)
Panasonic Viera TX32L2D80 (£543 from PRCdirect)
Panasonic TX32LXD70 (£499 from comet)

I've just got a panasonic viera albeit a 42inch and am v. pleased.
cheers mate, i will pass all info onto my parents and let them make their mind up :)
any one else have suggestions?
Im selling my Samsung 32" I bought it about 3 months back but only used it for just over 2 weeks as I got a 37" 1080p instead.

I could do for £300 delivered, its has built in freeview.
i think they want to get it from the guy in town but want to have a price to bargin him to so ryouga they will prob pass sorry
Lol yeah Im trying to sell it but people keep shooting down my price lol
lol you'l find a buyer sometime :)"
Yeah keep getting low offers lowest I think was around £180 delivered and I was like "WTF!"

Might try Gumtree if thats any good.
from what i hear there can be quite a few scammers on there so just be careful
what tv is it samsung what model....i personal like samsungs i have the ps50 only thing is the sound cant handle the bass very well wanna get a surround system in shiny black
Mine? its the Samsung LE32R73BD
this one has great value for money
Has she already got a widescreen tv as 32" is not going to be big enough unless they sit about 4 foot from the screen? Lots of first timers go from a 32" 4:3 TV only to realise too late that the equivalent w/s tv looks much smaller (and it is).
she has a 26inch in the other room and has decided that the 32inch is what she wants to be honest it prob wont be watched a great deal so 32inch would be fine prob

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