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Need a 32" full HD 1080p tv

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Found 21st Aug 2007
Hi, Can anyone please find me the best deal on a full HD 1080p 32" tv, i have up to £600 to spend on one. Thanks

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Don't think you can get 1080p on a 32", Think 37" is the minimum.....

daveshop

Hi, Can anyone please find me the best deal on a full HD 1080p 32" tv, i … Hi, Can anyone please find me the best deal on a full HD 1080p 32" tv, i have up to £600 to spend on one. Thanks



you cant

Original Poster

Thanks for letting me know, i never knew that, i was wondering why i couldn't find 1080p on any of the 32" tv's i came across, oh well looks like i will have to have a rethink about the size i want. Thanks again guys

It would be kinda pointless to have such a high-res on a 32" - you'd need to be sitting at 5 feet with 20/20 to see the benefit. There's not really much of a market for that.

Yeah, the typical sizes for that res would be 40 or 42" - typically in the range of £750-£1200+ at the moment. I expect they'll be closer to your price range by Christmas.

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Maybe he wants to use it for the better pc resolution or more standard resolution ?

1366X768 is a pain in the ass to set on a 720p set.

1920x1080 is pretty much standard so an easy to set pc resolution.

Id kill for a 1080p 32" screen, ( which are readily available in the US )

Well I don't think this is 1080p, but it is apparently one the best 32" LCD tv's you can buy. It's been awarded 5* Award in What Video & High-Definition TV Magazine - Issue 321 (June/July 2007). Their recommended price for this is £900! But if you use the discount codes for curry's you can get it down to £588.04. The TV is a Panasonic TX32LXD70

And I HIGHLY recommend you take a look at this and this one has 100hz

arfster

It would be kinda pointless to have such a high-res on a 32" - you'd need … It would be kinda pointless to have such a high-res on a 32" - you'd need to be sitting at 5 feet with 20/20 to see the benefit. There's not really much of a market for that.



what makes you say that?
on a pc screen you can quite easily tell between 1024x768 and 1280x1024
Surely on a 1080p telly it would be the same, at least if using a pc or games console on it

u can get the dell 27" on ebay about £450.. that 1080p

get a sharp 32" lcd that does 100hz

720p max but looks better than most 1080p panels due to the 100hz processing!
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