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Which "basic" 32" widescreen....?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by SixZeroSixOne, Jul 25, 2003.

  1. SixZeroSixOne

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    Hi all.
    I'm new to all of this and am well confused by all the different TV's on the market.

    I'm intending on buying a 32" widescreen TV plus a Home Cinema system so the TV doesn't need all the Dolby/DTS gubbins. I'd also prefer a built in digital tuner rather than an extra Freeview box (I will NOT be getting SKY or cable). I don't have a Playstation or Video Camera but do have a VHS, so probably don't need loads of connectors.

    I've wandered around looking at loads of TV's but my eyes don't seem to be able to notice the benefit of "extra" processing like 100Hz (at least on TV transmissions, I've not demo'ed any DVDs).

    So, which basic models should I be considering, and from which manufacturers.

    I've got a budget of up to £1000 for TV, home cinema system, freeview box and all cables etc. For this I also want to ensure the TV has a stand.

    Could somebody let me know which TV's meet these criteria from:
    Sony
    JVC
    Panasonic
    Phillips
    Toshiba
    Any others?

    thanx in advance!!!!
     
  2. MartinImber

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    Your new TV may be the Sony KV32DX40U (might be KD32DX40 now).

    50Hz, Wega tube VERY GOOD Internal Tuner
     

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