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Robb 5th December 2007 13:39

Tee Vee
 
Right, As most of you are aware Robb is in need of a new TV. Few people on here know their stuff so Im after some advice.

Im looking for a branded model. Something like Samsung or LG. Would love a Sony but they are mega bucks.

Size, really want a 50 inch. But would look at 47, maybe even 42.

As for quality, Im not tooo bothered. HD is a must, freeview is a bonus. I want the best quality possible, I think its a 1080i??

As for budget, looking to spend around 1,000. Maybe a bit more.

Will obviously rep kind folk for their help.

Jacko 5th December 2007 13:43

1080p os the best available.

Jacko 5th December 2007 13:59

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...ory_oid=-30633

nice tbf.

Wayne 5th December 2007 13:59

go for this one http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...&category_oid=

or this one

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...ory_oid=-30633

betty02 5th December 2007 14:08

Personally places like currys etc are a rip of imo!

AM4R 5th December 2007 14:17

Right what you want is a tv with good contrast ratio, so this shows more colours. Usually 10000:1 or greater is good.
In terms of branding, Sont get most of their parts from LG and rebrand them The only makes in the market that make their own parts are LG, Samsung,pioneer, panasonic.
Also the types of hd are 720 and 1080i and 1080p You cant really tell the difference between the 1080's, just one is alot more expensive!
Usually plasma is better for films etc and lcd for smaller screens.

Ive got this http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...rmationSection

Its an amazing tv and in your budget.
Hope that helps

Robb 5th December 2007 14:21

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Originally Posted by jackofurio (Post 1677458)

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Originally Posted by saxoboy07 (Post 1677459)

those 2 are quite smart.

does that sony have that 1080p?

AM4R 5th December 2007 14:23

big lcd with normal tv will be very pixelated mate, the quality will be crap unless the input is hd.

Wayne 5th December 2007 14:24

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Originally Posted by Robb (Post 1677516)
those 2 are quite smart.

does that sony have that 1080p?

yep it should have mate.

Jacko 5th December 2007 14:24

i think the sony is 1080i...im guessing after seeing the pixles though so im not 100% sure.

Wayne 5th December 2007 14:27

this one is pretty good to:y: http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...&category_oid=

AM4R 5th December 2007 14:28

the actual screen size for the sony is only 40"

Jacko 5th December 2007 14:31

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Originally Posted by saxoboy07 (Post 1677537)

bit over a grand though init?

Wayne 5th December 2007 14:34

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Originally Posted by jackofurio (Post 1677557)
bit over a grand though init?

robb say he is willing to go over a grand in the first post.

Robb 5th December 2007 14:35

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Originally Posted by AM4R (Post 1677522)
big lcd with normal tv will be very pixelated mate, the quality will be crap unless the input is hd.

who was that directed at?

what do you mean?

Jacko 5th December 2007 14:35

300 quid is surely more than a bit...

it is a nice tv though tbf.

betty02 5th December 2007 14:35

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Originally Posted by AM4R (Post 1677522)
big lcd with normal tv will be very pixelated mate, the quality will be crap unless the input is hd.

Aunite has a 50" samsung lcd, and she has normal freeview through scart, not even componenet and thats not pixleated, i ahve a projector with normal freeview and thats not pixleated either

btw my auntie got her 50" of an ebay shp, brand new with warrenty ect for around 900

Sutch 5th December 2007 14:41

I've been looking at this

799.99
Plasma rather than LCD
50"
10,000:1 contrast
But its only 720p not 1080p :n:

This one
Is over the budget you wanted, but from what I know about tv's, the spec is amazing.
46"
15.000:1
Full 1080p
Freeview
3 x HDMI and about a million other connections

AM4R 5th December 2007 14:41

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Originally Posted by Robb (Post 1677568)
who was that directed at?

what do you mean?

What i mean is the picture might come out a bit blocky and not as clear as plasma, It depends on the source aswel and also the quality if the cables. I always find that plasma comes out clearer from personal experience

Wayne 5th December 2007 14:45

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Originally Posted by jackofurio (Post 1677570)
300 quid is surely more than a bit...

it is a nice tv though tbf.

is a bit much over a grand, got to agree is real nice looking tv, my mum bought one a year ago with all of it on plus stand, free dvd player, 42 inch samsung high definition, hdmi, 1080i high definition 1900, they have come down alot since then.


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