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Topic # 24090 15-Jul-2008 08:30
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I have just purchsed an LA32R81BH thinking I was getting Samsungs best 32 LCD. I now see there is a BX model for sale in some shops. Which is the newer or better model? Does anyone know what models they call the Bordeau or Milano? I'll change it if there is a better model out there.

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  Reply # 148049 15-Jul-2008 12:10
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Don't know much about those 2 models, apparently the BX has 2 features the BH doesn't:
- Wide Colour Enhancer
- Optical sound out

As an aside, the latest Samsung 32" models (presumably the "best" and definitely the most expensive) are actually the LA32A650 (Series 6) and LA32A550 (Series 5).

The new models are Full HD (1080p) as opposed to "HD Ready" (which usually means max resolution of 720p), although some would argue that Full HD is overkill on a 32" screen unless you're going to be sitting about 1 metre from it.

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