Any good deals on 1080p 40 inch or larger TV's?

I Need 4 good relatively cheap 1080p tvs 40 inch or larger. so far I have a 43" LG TV for £230 each. (I know its ridiculous to think you probably could get a 4k for a slight bit more). but i need it to be 1080p so i can run 4 of them with a single card.

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Have a look at Tesco Outlet, I've had several refurbs & all were brand new with 12 months warranty.
stores.ebay.co.uk/tes…004

UberPark

I Need 4 good relatively cheap 1080p tvs 40 inch or larger. so far I have … I Need 4 good relatively cheap 1080p tvs 40 inch or larger. so far I have a 43" LG TV for £230 each. (I know its ridiculous to think you probably could get a 4k for a slight bit more). but i need it to be 1080p so i can run 4 of them with a single card.



Every TV will accept a Full HD signal, so the native resolution won't matter for that unless you're going something pixel specific (in which case you probably want to avoid the LG RGBW models with their unusual subpixel structure).

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EndlessWaves

Every TV will accept a Full HD signal, so the native resolution won't … Every TV will accept a Full HD signal, so the native resolution won't matter for that unless you're going something pixel specific (in which case you probably want to avoid the LG RGBW models with their unusual subpixel structure).



Yes I have noticed the subpixel structure as when I connect my pc to my living room 50 inch LG it does not fully fit the screen I have to reduce the borders. Yes a 4k tv will accept a 1080p image but which one wold you recommend that is cheaper and better quality than the 1080p models? Currently tesco have a Digihome 43" 1080p for £199 with code and apparently that digihome TV is shi.te so what would you recommend?
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UberPark

Yes I have noticed the subpixel structure as when I connect my pc to my … Yes I have noticed the subpixel structure as when I connect my pc to my living room 50 inch LG it does not fully fit the screen I have to reduce the borders.



That's actually a feature(!) called overscan which every TV has that dates from the days of analogue. You can generally turn it off these days, although sometimes the process isn't obvious such as renaming the input.

The main issue caused by LG's unusual subpixel structure is a lack of detail between certain colours which can cause small items, such as computer-sized text, to be less well defined.

I can't help with suggestions though. Is second hand an option or do they need to match?
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