Replacing a 32" workhorse with a 4k tv - which one?

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  1. Mr Grimsdale

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    Not a lot of space here in my office where I tend to have a 32" TV on for maybe 12+ hours a day. I'd like to replace it with a 4K TV for future proofing as we'll be getting Sky Q soon and I watch Netflix. There isn't a lot of room around it. 50" would be a squeeze but doable. Smaller would be better. The TV is about 1.5 metres away and it's used in a light room so maybe LED?
    Budget is low. Maybe £500.
    Any and all help much appreciated.
    Thanks
     
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    Philips PUS or PUT 6401/6501
     
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    I have a Panasonic TX50CX680B.. That's a 50".. It has very good reviews on the net, one of them on this site. I picked up my TV for £650 new, I think it maybe a discontinued set now so maybe you could get it cheaper if you wanted a 50" display..

    I believe they also do a 40" version.. The Panasonic TX-40CX680B..
     
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    Yup CX-680 is a good tv if you can still find one!
     

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