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720p vs 1080p

dannyscouse82

Standard Member
When buying a new 32'' TV does it make a difference if it is 720p or 1080p, is the size of the TV to small to notice? And im on a budget so is the Sony Bravia KDL32S550 a good TV considering it is relatively cheap, cheers
 

mjbtin

Prominent Member
When buying a new 32'' TV does it make a difference if it is 720p or 1080p, is the size of the TV to small to notice? And im on a budget so is the Sony Bravia KDL32S550 a good TV considering it is relatively cheap, cheers

Depends on your viewing distance

Regards Martin
 

vickster

Distinguished Member
The 32S5500 wasn't great, look at this years models or the the 5 series Samsung (C models) if looking cheap. What's the budget? That is an older Sony model
 

dannyscouse82

Standard Member
The 32S5500 wasn't great, look at this years models or the the 5 series Samsung (C models) if looking cheap. What's the budget? That is an older Sony model
My budget is around £300 I'm now thinking of the Samsung LE32C530 32-inch its on amazon for £305 is that series 5 and would anyone recommend it?
 

vickster

Distinguished Member
Is a decent TV for the budget, especially for gaming as low lag (if that's a need)
 

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