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    help with 32" hd tv

    hi all sorry if this is wrong its my 1st post but i need hlep please.

    am looking for a 32" hd ready tv

    with usb so i can stream things from pc
    i dont know what am looking for as this is the 1st hd tv i am going to get but dont want to spend more than £300 realy.

    can anyone point me in the right way please.

    7 Comments

    "hd ready" means 720p rather than 1080p
    en.wikipedia.org/wik…ady

    streaming will bump up the price considerably, beyond your £300 budget

    Original Poster

    cant u use the usb via bluetooh or something someone told me?

    could i ask what would be a good value hd tv 26" or 32" please something ok as its my 1st hd tv.

    thanks am so confussed with hd and hd ready lol

    sna75uk;7364748

    cant u use the usb via bluetooh or something someone told me?could i ask … cant u use the usb via bluetooh or something someone told me?could i ask what would be a good value hd tv 26" or 32" please something ok as its my 1st hd tv.thanks am so confussed with hd and hd ready lol



    in truth, i would aim to look for the words "hd ready 1080p" - you will be wanting one that does 1080 which is a higher resolution and thus better and ultimately more expensive. i personally only have the lower spec 720p hd tv and i am happy with it, but I dont use it to play hd movies..

    for media streaming, i know that on the high spec samsungs have a usb port that allows you to buy a wireless streaming dongle for around £50 which will allow you to stream movies to the tv. personally i use a hacked appletv (around £200) to stream. but many others use a device called the western digital hd tv hotukdeals.com/ite…-me though i think you need to copy the movies on to a usb stick or a usb hd and attach to this western digital hdtv

    ascen;7366372

    in truth, i would aim to look for the words "hd ready 1080p" - you will … in truth, i would aim to look for the words "hd ready 1080p" - you will be wanting one that does 1080 which is a higher resolution and thus better and ultimately more expensive. i personally only have the lower spec 720p hd tv and i am happy with it, but I dont use it to play hd movies..for media streaming, i know that on the high spec samsungs have a usb port that allows you to buy a wireless streaming dongle for around £50 which will allow you to stream movies to the tv. personally i use a hacked appletv (around £200) to stream. but many others use a device called the western digital hd tv http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/561179/western-digital-tv-hd-1080i-mini-me though i think you need to copy the movies on to a usb stick or a usb hd and attach to this western digital hdtv



    Most people agree you wont notice much difference between 720p and 1080p on 32" and smaller screens, unless you want to use it as a PC monitor I think HD ready/720p is fine for most people.

    Original Poster

    thanks both great help sorry to be rude but do u know of any good deals oe any personal tv's u know and trust to help me please

    sna75uk;7366728

    thanks both great help sorry to be rude but do u know of any good deals … thanks both great help sorry to be rude but do u know of any good deals oe any personal tv's u know and trust to help me please



    Check out this: 32inch for £199
    hotukdeals.com/ite…-19

    Then media player (not streaming from a pc though) for £45.57:
    hotukdeals.com/ite…-me

    Just change the topic at the top of the page to 'Electricals' and have a look at some of the deals people have posted recently.
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