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Well, after 6 years of nothingness I have decided to toss my old square 15" Cathode Television and get myself something new.

 

I have been trawling the internet for televisions and came up with a few but I would like some other peoples input in this.

 

 

 

It would need to have at minimum:

 

1000:1 Contrast Ratio (10,000+ preferably)

 

VGA Input

 

2x SCART Input

 

1x HDMI Input

 

Brightness 500cd/m2

 

High Definition Ready

 

Integrated digital (freeview)

 

Ability to be wall mounted

 

 

 

Sadly, my budget is £400-450 and I will be able to get a decent 32" HD-Ready television for that.

 

Anybody willing to do some searches, or can provide links to certain sites? (UK-Based)

 

 

 

EDIT: Also, what features would be useful to have that you could recommend?

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VGA input? I bet your card video card supports higher level connections (S-Cable, DVI perhaps or higher?)

 

 

 

Without naming a specific model, I can vouch for Samsung. They make good products and have excellent warranty support.

 

 

 

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Without naming a specific model, I can vouch for Samsung. They make good products and have excellent warranty support.

 

NO! I have only seen 2 of their TVs, and they both broke in the first weeks (one of them was an HDTV). I also heard a lot about them breaking. Samsung makes very good electronics for the most, but not in televisions.

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Try go for an LG television. They have their own factorys making their own parts, so their TVs are a lot cheaper.

 

 

 

Ones like Sony etc buy the parts (chips and stuff) from LG, so obviously they have to make a profit from that, so their TVs are more expensive, despite being the same as the LG ones.

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