32" advice...

phlarris

Standard Member
I'm looking for a 32" LCD, and need some advice. I have read as many threads as I can, but my head feels as if

it's going to explode. Now I'm totally confused.

Here's the shopping list:
32" LCD
HD Ready
Maximum width around 800mm. This basically means that I need the speakers at the bottom (ruling out the lovely

Hitachi 32LD7200 :-()
Not bothered about built-in Digital TV as I have Telewest. However, if the set comes with it, then so be it.
Budget: £1,300 although I'd be happy to spend a couple of hundred less.
I guess that the main use will be Analogue or Digital TV, with some DVDs probably through progressive scan component input.

I've seen the Sharp LC32GD7E, and really like the look of it, but from reading the discussions, is it any better

than the Sharp LC32GA6E? The other one that caught my eye was the Samsung LE32R41BD, as it got great

reviews. However, I like th styling of the Sharp...

Any views comments appreciated, along with other suggestions...

Thanks

Phil
 

gilesme

Standard Member
Panasonic TX32LXD52 is 32", HDMI socket, integrated freeview and 795mm wide....

£1400 list, cheaper available....
 

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