Which set Panny TX-32ldx70 or Mirai632 32"

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  1. schwantzz

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    This might seem like a one horse race but --

    Ideally I want a 37" LCD with full HD and no motion blur (Don't we all!!!) to use for PS3, SD telly inc Footie. Having looked at all the 37" sets I have decided not to get one because of the motion blur.

    So I have 2 options.

    1 - Buy a Panasonic TX-32LDX70 £600 and keep for 5+ years

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    2 - Buy a Mirai 632 32" £300. Use it for about a year and replace when a suitable 37" is available. The Mirai can then be used in the bedroom.

    Please help me decide - What should I do?
     
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    The LXD70 is one of the best 32" lcd's.So....
     
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    Which is why I have it as option 1 ahead of any other 32"
     
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    Which one of the two, well that depends. Can you put up with a crud image, ghosting and trailing, uneven backlight and awful sound? Go for the Mirai. If not, the Panny is the one.
     
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    Oh is it really that bad?
     

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