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32 Inch 4k tv?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by SeanOgoD, May 2, 2018.


    1. SeanOgoD

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      Hello, I was wondering can you get a 32 Inch 4k TV? As I can't see any on Argos or Curry's website. I'm planning on getting a bed with a TV stand at the bottom of it but it only goes up to 32 Inch.
       
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      I believe Philips 32" 64 models support HDCP 2.2, unfortunately the 6401 is sold out now and the 6402 doesn't seem to have attracted a UK stockist.

      The other manufacturers still seem to be restricting HDCP 2.2 to larger models unfortunately.

      The other option is a computer monitor, there are 32" monitors that support HDCP 2.2, but you wouldn't get the TV tuner if you use that as well as your 4K source, and you'd have to buy a separate Smart TV device as it wouldn't be built in.
       
    3. Hixs

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      Better off going for 1080p at that screen size.
       
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      I would check what the actual max allowed dimensions of the TV are in the TV stand. Bear in mind that new TVs have much smaller bezel around the edge than older models. You might even get a modern 40-inch set to fit in the space of an older 32-inch, then you have plenty of 4K options.
       

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