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Topic # 31688 26-Mar-2009 22:07
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I'm looking at getting a full hd, 32 inch LCD and am not sure whether I'm best to get a Samsung LA32A550D  or Sony KDL32V4000.  Would appreciate some advise.  ThanksSmile


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  Reply # 203721 27-Mar-2009 13:44
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goroadrunnergo:

I'm looking at getting a full hd, 32 inch LCD and am not sure whether I'm best to get a Samsung LA32A550D  or Sony KDL32V4000.  Would appreciate some advise.  ThanksSmile




Just bought the Sony myself.  Very nice picture, great connectivity, for me, and good size (of course I was only upgrading from a 20" tele).

I used the info at this site (http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lcdtvreviews/sony-kdl40xbr4-review.shtml) to tune the picture and I have no complaints!

I bought on-line from Playtech (because they take Visa) but even so it was $500 less than DSE or NL.




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  Reply # 203811 27-Mar-2009 23:08
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Thanks for info.  Good to hear you're happy with your sony!

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  Reply # 205163 3-Apr-2009 15:42
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I think you crazy buying a full HD 32", you can't really appreciate 1920x1080 with normal TV viewing distances on such a small TV.  Save your money, and get an 'HD Ready' 32" or go bigger.




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