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Anyone know anything..

Pete H

Extreme Landy Fan
About LCD HD Tvs..

Im in the market to buy one,and found just what im looking for within the budget i have...
Heres the spec...
HDTV Ready Built-in TV Tuner Teletext Memory: 1000 Pages NICAM/A2 Stereo Sound PIP (Picture in Picture) POP (Picture outside Picture)

Screen Type : LCD TV HD

Screen Size : 32"

Viewable Display Area : 709mm x 399mm

Colours : 16.7 Million

Dot Pitch :

0.519mm (H)
0.519mm (V)

Horizontal Frequency Range : 31.5KHz - 48KHz

Vertical Frequency Range : 56Hz - 75Hz

Response Time : 6.5ms

Contrast Ratio : 1200:1

Brightness : 500 cd/m²

Max. Resolution : 1366 x 768

View Angle :

Horizontal: 176°
Vertical: 176°

Tilt Angle : -5°/20°

Input Connector :

15 Pin D-Sub
Audio (PC)
Headphone Jack

Audio : 2 x 7W (Built-in)

Width : 810mm

Height : 615mm

Depth : 300mm (with stand)

Input Power Source : Power Lead

Power Consumption : Normal operation: < 180 W

Wall Mount : 200mm x 200mm x 200mm (6 Screw Holes)

Compliance :


Thanks inadvance...
what make / model is it and what is your budget
Its not one of the well so known makes,for which my budget does not stretch too..
If im perfecty honest i canot justify spending any more than 500 notes on one.
Ive looked at so many and i am willing to take a chance on a cheapo budget make of LCD.

Budget was/is 500
LCD flat panel.
32 inch it must be.
Hd ready with at least 1 HMDI socket.
2 scarts.

Not bothered with built in freeview(digital) as i will be running the new TV through NTL with the view to getting HD broardcasts as soon as they come available with NTL.

I think ive done enough rescerch on the one that i have given the spec for,and for the money i dont think it too bad,i know you get what you pay for im just happy to have a bash on this one.

Also i may add it has a 2 Yrs Warranty: 2 years Collect and return policy...

BTW the one im looking at is one sale for under 400 notes...

Heres the link although ive found it cheaper elsewhere..

Tell me what you think...

£400 sounds like a bargain, I think ours is a 36'' made by LG.
It was on display at £2500 but as Alders were closing down we got a grand off.
The Samsung tulip ones are the best. The Sharp and JVCs don't stand up against them. Sony Bravia seem to be getting good reports on picture quality though they seem to have had a poor batch of HDMI interface boards which give some people trouble. Get a garuantee that it meets the DHCP spec fully. That's the spec for the data on the HDMI connector and some cheeper ones may not have full functionality for future developments. Clarify just what sort of Dolby it supports.
for under £500 i have found these

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=265665&Tab=2&NoMapp=0 these guys make a lot of pc screens that seem very well made.


http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=AV-004-LG slightly over budget but has an lg / philips panel whcih are among the best.

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=AV-009-OK again another highly respected pc monitor manufacturer
We have phillips, the one with the lights all around at the rear, which change colour depending on the colour on the screen.
we love it that much that we got another for the bed room:eek:
bit expensive at around a grand each:( but great tellys.
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