37-40" smart tv, freeview hd. Is this possible?

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  1. Hockeynut

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    I want to ditch my sky subscription and so a viable freeview hd smart tv seems the order of the day. When I've previously considered this it has always. Been with needing to get a freeview box to record. But I've recently heard that the newer tv's can record to a drive directly.

    Do I need to get a twin tuner tv to be able to record something when I'm watching something else? Is that even possible straight from a tv?

    Sound isn't a high priority, as I have a amp etc.

    I don't need wireless, but would like a network a network connection, as I want the apps available for netflix, iplayer, on demand, etc.

    Usually I prefer samsungs. Is the above correct and is it possible for between around £400-550?

    Any advice appreciate, as it's been a long time since I've looked for a new tv.

    Thanks.
     
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    Most TVs only allow you to watch and record the same channel. Some do have dual tuners, but at the top end so out of your budget I would think

    Dual tuner PVR would be more useful

    Find the TV with the apps you want, Samsung tend to be better equipped
     

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