New TV

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ifigureditout

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ok i'm in the market for a new tv. really looking at 32 inch and theres a few things that confuse me.

one im looking at is this... http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=27142744617&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=110031

its more the connections im struggling to understand. i am wanting to connect a sky box, xbox360 and my pc to it as well as my logitech z5400 speaker system as well. will i be able to do this?

if not which tv do i need. the speakers are connected to the pc through 6channel direct but i have a coaxial connection with them or optical.

basically want a reasonably priced 32inch good HDTV i can connect everything to.

Josh
 
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ifigureditout

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just also seen this too http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030219,49284647,00.htm

looks good. has a lower contrast ratio, not sure how much of a difference that makes? but i have found it cheaper.

ive tried searching and could not find what im looking for.

basically just want to be sure i can connect everything to it and if im buying an ok set. especially connecting the speakers to it
 
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ifigureditout

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anyone? just wanting to know if my logitech z5400 5.1 system is going to work ok with this set?
 
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ifigureditout

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ok just rang a retailer and they said i should have no problems connecting coaxial to it.

so what cables do i need?

coaxial for the speakers but which type? plug to plug or plug to jack?

vga i take it for the pc???

something for the xbox???

and a sky+ box too
 
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ifigureditout

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can anyone just help me with the connections?

looked everywhere and can't seem to find an exact answer
 

Nomino

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Five posts before a response, and I'm only going to say you sound like a lost cause! Are you so incapable of going to a store and/or doing your own research first? :rolleyes:

You clearly picked the wrong name when you registered on these forums...
 

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