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HDMI importance

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by golf_guru, Aug 5, 2005.

  1. golf_guru

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    Howdy, As like most i am not very knowledgable in this field and reading through alot of posts on here i understand that my next TV needs to be HD ready for it to be any use in a couple of years.

    My wife and I want an LCD screen to hang from our newly decorated wall, minimum size of 32". Looking at the costs we like the look of the H & B HL3200B 32".

    This only has a DVI connection, not a HDMI! What impact will this have on future upgrades when the new technology is up and running.

    I thank anyone who can help us with an answer, and if this is no good what do they recommend for this low end budget?

    many thanks. :lease:
     
  2. MADMAND

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    TOSHIBA 32WL56 or SAMSUNG LE32R41 both offer superb picture if fed the right footage and are good with off air too plus great value compared to other sets of this size.
     
  3. jimg

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    DVI is OK if it supports HDCP. Does this set have that?
     

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