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Tv recommendation

beIIy

Established Member
Hi, I'm looking for a new tv to be used only for gaming (Xbox 360)
I sit approximately 4.5-5ft away from the screen and currently have a 26" Samsung LCD.
Was originally looking for a 42" plasma but due to my viewing restriction thinking 32" is probably my absolute max.
Could anybody recommend the best TV I could get for my gaming needs with a budget of £350?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

vickster

Distinguished Member
There aren't any 2011 32" LCDs that seem to stand out for gaming that are in your budget

Panasonics have a good rep for low lag and good viewing angles

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/panasonic-viera-tx-l32u3b-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-10201512-pdt.html or

Panasonic VIERA TX-L32E3B 32 FULL HD LED TV - BLACK review cheap prices VIERA TX-L32E3B 32 FULL HD LED TV - BLACK Panasonic best buy discount online uk shop

Or there is a reasonable 32" Sony

Buy Sony Bravia KDL32CX523 LCD HD 1080p TV, 32 inch with Built-in Freeview HD online at JohnLewis.com (£350 with warranty after Sony cashback promo which usually ends on Xmas eve)

Sony CX523 (KDL-40CX523) LCD TV Review | AVForums.com - UK Online

I'd hang on now for the post Xmas sales to see if ther
 
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beIIy

Established Member
Thanks for response

I went for the Samsung UE32D5250 in the end. £379 in PC World.
Was originally going for the D5000 but was out of stock in comet for £349.99 and in stock at PC World for £399.99

Very very happy with it.
 

beIIy

Established Member
Yes it's unpacked and mounted on the wall. I'm very pleased with it.

Noticeable size difference from the 26", I'm glad I didn't go for a 42" plasma now as I think it would of looked really out of place.
 

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