The best 37"

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    What is the best 37" 1080p LCD out now, im looking for one which will mainly be used for PS3(and blu-ray movies), 360(when elite is released) and SD Freeview.:lease:
     
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    Anybody :lease:
     
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    Isn't the Sharp the ONLY 1080p 37" set?
     
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    There is a 37" Samsung M86/M87 aswell, but i havnt seen it available anywhere yet, are there any others?
     
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    There is Toshiba as well, 37X3030 series I think.

    But seriously - 37" @ 1080p gets really compact, and you'd be hard pressed to see the details at 2-3 meters distance. maybe at 1½ meters distance it's ok, but that's really close, and for the price on a 1080p these days I'd say go for a nice 720p instead...
     
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    Well when i play games i like to sit pretty close anyways, so i will be around 1-1.5 meters away, so i should be able to notice the 1080p.
     
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    There are no Toshiba 37" LCDs that display 1080p. In fact there are very few at all that will do it, at any size. Don't get confused between a set accepting a 1080p signal, and displaying one.
     
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    Au contraire mon ami, the X & Z series Tosh's have a native rez of 1920x1080.

    HERE
     
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    That's the panel resolution (according to your link) ; they could be playing the same marketing trick as Philips have been known to.
    I see nothing confirming that the Tosh will accept a 1080p input from a 1080p source via it's external inputs.

    Chris Muriel, Manchester
     
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    I'm fairly new to all this but surely having a panel with 1080 resolution and not allowing it to accept a 1080p signal would be fairly futile. I know that the C class Tosh definitely accepts 1080p and downscales to 768 so surely it should follow that the X with it's higher resolution would also accept the full HD signal to match its panel resolution.
     

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