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    Looking for a TV 26,28 or 32 inch, must be full hd 1080p upto £300 any ideas please?

    been looking around seen a couple for £320 but surely must be able to get one somewhere on the net has anyone come across one please?

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    For that size of screen 1080p isn't going to be noticeable over 1080i or 760p. Take that out of the equation and your search gets easier.

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    http://www.johnlewis.com/230507074/Product.aspx?source=35735good package, … http://www.johnlewis.com/230507074/Product.aspx?source=35735good package, as you get 5yrs warranty, otherwise here:http://www.beyondtelevision.co.uk/samsung-le32a457-32-lcd-television-with-freeview.html


    Unfortunately, neither of these are 1080P. I feel you'd be hard pushed to achieve that for the money you're willing to pay and unless you're going to use it as a PC or laptop monitor then you're not going to see any difference anyway.

    garbage456;3789225

    its hard to describe what the problem was with the old tv its like the … its hard to describe what the problem was with the old tv its like the picture was made up of blocks rather than pixels, surely if i get a tv with 1080p and a better contrast ratio the pic will be better.



    that's freeview for ya, compression

    4leafed;3789167

    Unfortunately, neither of these are 1080P. I feel you'd be hard pushed to … Unfortunately, neither of these are 1080P. I feel you'd be hard pushed to achieve that for the money you're willing to pay and unless you're going to use it as a PC or laptop monitor then you're not going to see any difference anyway.



    yup, i was going on what toonami said, if you're viewing at normal distances, 720p is fine for this size, you'd be looking at £500 roughly for a midrange 1080p 32"

    garbage456;3789356

    i am tempted by this as samsung are my favourite make plus the contrast … i am tempted by this as samsung are my favourite make plus the contrast ratio is fantastic



    contrast ratio is dynamic, so will appear higher than some brands, it's still a good tv tho

    I have a Sony Bravia 32W4000 which is 1080p and would recommend it. I would in general say that 1080p is best for larger screens but can't fault the results it produces! The only thing it wouldn't be found for within the budget you have in mind.

    garbage456;3789441

    yeah its about double



    Unfortunately... I got lucky when I bought mine as I managed to bag a free home cinema system and 3 year warranty! The 32V4000 isn't bad but not 1080p. Samsung isn't a bad option for the money though and again, slightly more than your looking for would be the Pansonic range!

    This is within your budget & has a Samsung panel & plenty of good reviews. I have no experience of Vistron so I can't help there. You may better waiting for the sales after Christmas.

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    Are you sure it's the TV and not what you are watching that is causing the picture to look blocky??

    I have Sky digital on a 40 inch Sony Full HD and even that looks blocky because it's a standard definition picture being stretched to fit the size of the TV. However, when I play a blu-ray that has a 1080p resolution it looks amazing!

    If you're sure it's the TV that's the problem then what about the Samsung T240HD or T260HD. These are full HD hybrid monitors/TVs. The t240HD was posted on here about a week ago for under £300.

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    Of course this applies to the 26" version as well bringing it down to about £330 if I remember rightly.
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