New bedroom TV (24" - 26")

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    Hi, I'm after a new TV for the bedroom.

    Between 24" and 26" (26" is the absolute maximum so ideally 24" unless a recommended 26" model is far superior).

    Would also like the TV to have DLNA so I can stream video from my media hub through my home network.

    Not got a budget in mind as TVs at this size are pretty reasonable and would want to buy the best one that's currently on the market.

    Thanks for all your help.

    Steve
     
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    Thanks for your reply vickster.

    Yeah that one is in my short list along with the Panasonic VIERA TXL24X6B

    The pros and cons to them both are:

    Sony PROS - TV design and colour; would prefer a white TV so it doesn't sand out too much.
    Sony CONS - Sound is apparently quite tinny.

    Panny PROS - no real pros come to mind that the Sony doesn't do just as we'll.
    Panny CONS - TV design and colour... Just looks a little dull

    So after comparing they're quite evenly matched... The Sony has a serious con but the panny has no real pros over the Sony... So just need someone to recommend a better one or one over the other.
     
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    I'd go to John Lewis and check them out. All small tabs will have weak sound, especially the slimmer ones. How loud does it really need to be in a bedroom?
     

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