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Looking for a good 30"-32" LCD Screen

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by cyc2222, Dec 20, 2004.

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  1. cyc2222

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    I'm looking for a good 30" - 32" LCD TV. I normally watch DVD's on it and play Videogames (PS2) and some normal TV-watching...
    I had a look at the Sharp LC30 HV4e, but somehow I was dissapointed by the quality of the picture, but it might be because the screen was showing normal TV and I did not know if it was set up properly.
    Does anyone have this screen and could tell me if it is any good?
    I also looked at the Philips 9975 which i thought was looking pretty good.

    I want it to have progressive scan, DVI would be cool, but not neccesary.

    So, please give me your suggestions, Thank you!

    .cyc
     
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    Hi cyc,

    Need to know your budget...Prices range from £1000ish to, well, you name it! £2000 wil get you a stotter!

    Jimmy
     
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    Humm, I was thinking to spend about 1900€, that is about 1000 - 1500pounds.
     
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    Best future proof Telly in this price bracket is probably the Viewsonic N3000W. £1400 in UK.

    There are assorted other TV's too from Sharp especially that are pretty competent in this price bracket, but availability is sometimes a problem.

    Panasonic Viera 26" has a good picture but is incapable of accepting future HiDef broadcasts. Depends if that is important to you...

    Jimmy
     

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