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    32'' 1080P television... any good deals about?

    Hey everyone.

    I'm looking for a good deal on a 32" HDTV so that I can get the best out of Blu-Ray and HDTV.; with two HDMI connections and full 1080P, 1920x1080 resolution.

    Any help (online or instore) would be fantastic, thanks. =)

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    actually, think thats 1080i, never actually looked at the deal

    Original Poster

    The resolution looks a little iffy on it too. Thanks, though. =)

    Anybody else, please?

    unbeatable.co.uk/p_r…tml

    I've got the 26t3000 (1080i and 720p) and it's fantastic.:thumbsup:

    Also read up on ]here

    Original Poster

    Is that a good price for a 32" 1080P? =/ Looking for the best, but cheapest, really. =P

    I believe that 32" is too small for 1080p. You need at least 37".

    Original Poster

    Thanks, dave. Yeah, seems to be the case as I've been looking around.

    In that case... any good deals on 1366x768 1080p televisions?

    davegthomas;2089264

    I believe that 32" is too small for 1080p. You need at least 37".



    samsung do one now, or sony, was posted on here not too long ago, do a quick search and see what comes up

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    In that case... any good deals on 1366x768 1080p televisions? [/QUOTE]

    1080p is not really relevant on a 32" inch screen because if you sit at the correct viewing distance it will be very hard to percieve the increase in definition due to resolution.

    Also 1080p is a resolution of 1920x1080 progresively scanned, hence the term 1080p!!

    1366x768 televisions would support 720p or 1080i

    dont think your ever find a 1080P 32" tv anyway, unless you get a pc screen and use that.

    edit: like guy said earlier it seems samsubg do indeed make one, but unless your going to sit like 2or 3 feet away not alot of point.

    Original Poster

    Thanks for your help guys,

    This one looks all right:

    ebuyer.com/pro…iew - Toshiba 32AV504DB, and reasonably priced at £379.

    My only concern is the lack of VGA. Is S-Video similar in quality?

    If not, can anyone recommend a similarly priced 32" that does include VGA?

    Apparently the best 32" LCD at the moment is the Sony 32S3000
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