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Looking to buy a 1080p TV, £850 maximum spend

Shaolyen

Standard Member
While I've got £850 to spend, I'd rather not spend all of it unless I need to. ;) That said, I'd rather spend £850 on an exceptional TV than £650 on a very good one.

Here's a rundown of what I need:
- Primarily for gaming and movies
- 1080p
- 37-50"
- At least 3 HDMI ports
- 24 fps support

Thanks in advance!
 
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pixel8

Active Member
:confused:thot their was gaming lag with that set?
 

pixel8

Active Member
Panasonic TX-P42G10.
Minimal gaming lag, great blacks, contrast and motion handling. around £750.

Advice plz....:rolleyes:
My Samsung LE40B550 is being replaced next week for another - Backlight bleed issue. Now, do you think that JL would replace this tv with a TXP42 instead of a B550...It might be the virgin source but i aint impressed with the picture on the Samsung - especially SD.
Main uses are PS3 gaming, SD Tv and Bluray/DVD movies in that order with a vewing distance of 10 ft :)
 

rewerb

Well-known Member
Advice plz....:rolleyes:
My Samsung LE40B550 is being replaced next week for another - Backlight bleed issue. Now, do you think that JL would replace this tv with a TXP42 instead of a B550...It might be the virgin source but i aint impressed with the picture on the Samsung - especially SD.
Main uses are PS3 gaming, SD Tv and Bluray/DVD movies in that order with a vewing distance of 10 ft :)
JL will always replace your TV with a different one, they might require an extra payment though.
 

pixel8

Active Member
...so for my uses do you think the panny would do the job?
 

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