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iddysti

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PostSubject: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptyFri 7 Feb - 17:34

Looking for a new smart tv and looking for anyone who has one for there views

Been looking at Panasonic and samsung
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptyFri 7 Feb - 19:47

Lg mate. Got a 42" plasma had it ages and its still like new. Really good tv's. Have a Lg LED upstairs aswel and that is great also.
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptyFri 7 Feb - 20:26

Iddy for TVs Panasonic & Samsung are the best 2 manufacturers there are (in that order). There is no better quality or accuracy for TV picture than a plasma TV as each indivdual pixel has it's own light source (the plasma gas in each pixel is lit via an electrical charge) whereas in LCD/LED a single light source sits behind the screen for all of the pixels. However you will not get a 32 inch plasma, so next best technology is LCD. Personally I am not a fan of LED back-lit technology as they all suffer to a degree from what is called vertical banding and light bleed. This is where dark lines are visible to the naked eye or you can see white light more around the edges of the screen. Some manufacturers' TVs suffer from this more than most. If you can get hold of the calibrated settings for the panel you can minimise this effect.

However enough of the explanations. The best couple of 32 inch panels that have both excellenty HD and SD pictures are:

1. Panasonic TX-L32E6B around £349 which is full HD 1080P

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-L32E6B-32-inch-1080p-Freeview/dp/B00BHU9CYM

2. Philips 32PFL4258T at around £320 which is full HD 1080P

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-32PFL4258T-1080p-Smart-FreeView/dp/B00CI4S3AA

3. Samsung UE32F6400 which is full HD 1080P and is around £400 - top money for a 32 inch screen but an excellent panel all the same.

http://www.hispek.com/samsung/3d-televisions/samsung-ue32f6400-32-full-hd-3d-smart-led-tv-with-freeview-hd-pd-15431.php

I have purchased from here before just in case you have never heard of them.

At the end of the day it is down you your own personal preferences just like it is with cars! If it's just for the kitchen wall or bedroom and occasional use then you can get cheaper panels. If it is going to be used daily then one of the panels above will fit the bill. I have a 5 year old 32 inch HD ready LG LCD on the kitchen wall for example and it is spot on. I also have 3 x plasmas, 3 LCDs and 1 LED - so plenty of experience to compare from!

I was the broadcast manager of a media company in London for many years and I was buying plasma TVs when people had hardly heard of them.

Hope this helps


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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptyFri 7 Feb - 21:34

We have a 50 in panasonic plasma its about 3yrs old im still finding things on it media servivees etc.bought it from currys 32 42 & 50 were all 599 and got a free stand worth 150.pikey haggle.if you need a negotiater gimme a shout
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptyFri 7 Feb - 23:31

Have to agree with Mario about Samsung we have a 51" 3d plasma and it's the best tv I've had
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 0:40

We have a 50" lg plasma thats had 3 new screens fitted in almost 3year. Its pants, but always had it insured so never cost us a penny  Very Happy 
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 6:02

I had LG for years no problem then paid 1800 quid for a big samsung which lasted around 5 years then cost me an 80 quid repair (not bad) so i stuck it in the bedroom and bought another LG which is a good tv but the speaker is crap!
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 9:09

I would say Samsung are about the best at the moment, I've had my 46" LCD for about 2 years now and the picture quality is superb, the TV is so thin it practically hangs on the wall like a picture, the new 4K TV's that are out now have an even better picture than standard 1080 HD but I think they are only available in larger sizes and the prices for them are still extortionate.
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 9:25

Thanks everyone, thing I am going with my first choice

Panasonic TX-L32E6B, let's go and see we can get a deal at Currys.
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 9:32

iddysti wrote:
Thanks everyone, thing I am going with my first choice

Panasonic TX-L32E6B, let's go and see we can get a deal at Currys.

It's £349 in John Lewis Iddy and they will give you a 5 Year Guarantee - only 1 year in Currys
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 9:36

Cheers, I'll have a look there
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PostSubject: Re: Best 32" TV to buy   Best 32" TV to buy EmptySat 8 Feb - 12:20

Have to agree with the guys saying samsung thats what everyone i know has got, never heard of any problems and the new smart tv is the dogs danglers
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