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    Need help chosing a tv

    Ok my parents want to get a new tv for their living room. Now they arent very knowledgable and nor am i at chosing tv so i thought i would ask the kind people here to help them out.

    Only requirement is mum wants a 32inch tv

    something that doesnt break the bank but is good quality (maybe in the 500pounds region) maybe a sony i dont know really

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    Hi the following all get the thumbs up from Which:

    Sony Bravia KDL32U3000 (£403 from pixmania)
    Panasonic Viera TX32L2D80 (£543 from PRCdirect)
    Panasonic TX32LXD70 (£499 from comet)

    I've just got a panasonic viera albeit a 42inch and am v. pleased.

    Original Poster

    cheers mate, i will pass all info onto my parents and let them make their mind up

    Original Poster

    any one else have suggestions?

    Im selling my Samsung 32" I bought it about 3 months back but only used it for just over 2 weeks as I got a 37" 1080p instead.

    I could do for £300 delivered, its has built in freeview.

    Original Poster

    i think they want to get it from the guy in town but want to have a price to bargin him to so ryouga they will prob pass sorry

    Lol yeah Im trying to sell it but people keep shooting down my price lol

    Original Poster

    lol you'l find a buyer sometime :)"

    Yeah keep getting low offers lowest I think was around £180 delivered and I was like "WTF!"

    Might try Gumtree if thats any good.

    Original Poster

    from what i hear there can be quite a few scammers on there so just be careful

    what tv is it samsung what model....i personal like samsungs i have the ps50 only thing is the sound cant handle the bass very well wanna get a surround system in shiny black

    Mine? its the Samsung LE32R73BD

    this one has great value for money
    http://www.newbreedlibrarian.org/b2b/pics/Mini_Black_And_White_5_5_Tv_Portable.jpg

    Banned

    Has she already got a widescreen tv as 32" is not going to be big enough unless they sit about 4 foot from the screen? Lots of first timers go from a 32" 4:3 TV only to realise too late that the equivalent w/s tv looks much smaller (and it is).

    Original Poster

    she has a 26inch in the other room and has decided that the 32inch is what she wants to be honest it prob wont be watched a great deal so 32inch would be fine prob
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