Jvc LT32DS6 or

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  1. RGP

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    Hi,

    this is my first post here, I can't decide on which lcd to go for, but my shortlist is either:



    Samsung LE32R41BDX

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    Jvc LT32DS6

    will be used for freeview, gaming & maybe pc use, but only a little, intend to buy a 360, but will I notice the JVC's lack of 1:1 mapping (whatever that is?) so which shalll I go for any help would be great.
     
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    Hi mate, I'm in exactly the same situation. Got a Xbox 360 coming and can't decide what telly to get.
    I can't decide whether to get an LCD or a projector.
    Obviously the LCD is probably more practical but i will get a better gaming experience with a PJ and i'll also get near enough 1:1 mapping.

    If I was to get an LCD it would be the JVC LT32DS6 as it seems to be the best LCD for under £1000 (if you shop around).
    It has excellent picture quality, 7ms response time (perfect for gaming) and it has a very decent contrast ratio for an LCD at 1000:1.

    So, I'd go for that one. :)
     
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    Prob gonna get mine from Hispek for £1069 as Hispek is in St.Albans where I live, so easier for me, would of gone for the Samsung but after a viewing yesterday at Hispek, the JVC wins hands down on picture & looks, & after a few dodgy posts on Samsung in general I think I'll leave it.

    Hispek has the Samsung listed for £899, but on order more due in 1st wekk of November according to the sale staff.

    Would anybody say that Hispek is a good place to buy?
     
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    I have that JVC, but paid lots for it at JL. Give it a good feed and it is stunning. Shame my aerial feed is bad and it shows, FreeView smartens it up though. HDMI @ 1080i compensates for all the bad feeds I give it :)
     
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    Would echo the JVC sentiments too, and throw in the Sharp GA6/GD7 as options also.
    Equally, new Samsung M61 is supposed to be a marked improvement over the 41/51's, but if you were prepared to take a bit of a risk, per se, then you could get an imported Benq 37" at full HD resolution (1920x1080) for same sort of money.
    They make cracking PC monitors - I can't see that changing on the TV front.
     
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    Hi Spek are very good. They are a JVC CORE Dealer (Centre Of Retail Excellence).

    Anyone from St Albans must be good. Only the very best people live here.
     
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