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Looking for a 32" TV that could also be used for games console Budget is about £300

Hi, I am looking for a TV for my room. Maximum size is 32" but nothing smaller than 27".
Preferably LCD as I have been told this is the better option for a TV this size.

I have seen a few that seem very good but I can't decide and was looking for opinions as well.

Here are some I have seen.

Samsung LE32B450 Series 4 32
ebuyer.com/pro…823

HITACHI 32LD4550U
comet.co.uk/sho…ion

Also I have wondered about the LG323000 / LG322000
cdiscount.co.uk/Sou…tml

So any opinions on these TV's or any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Matt

3 Comments

Cdiscount one looks good and you get 4.5% back through quidco.

Out of the TVs that you mentioned, I would also go for the LG. It's always best to buy TVs in the January sales as the prices drop considerably but I know they are quite a way off at the moment.

I have the 32lg7000 (paid £349 in Jan sales) and Xbox games at 1080p look brilliant although I'm sure 720p would look good also :thumbsup:

ALDI have one at the moment

32" Full HD LCD Digital TV
£299. 99 each *
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This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent).

32" (82cm-visible) Wide Aspect Panel
Full HD IDTV (Freeview)
DVB-T Tuner
250 Pages Teletext
SRS Surround Sound XT
16:9 Widescreen
2 × HDMI
2 × SCART
8 Day Electronic Programme Guide
Resolution: 1920(H) × 1080(V)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
Brightness: 500 CD/M2
Response Time: 6ms
Colour Capacity: 16.7m Colours
Viewing Angle: 178°(H) / 178°(V)
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