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so since am just gunna get a 19inch HDTV i'll set it to 720p for the best picture...
Thats probably the only hd resolution it will have.
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QUOTE(Pieface @ Jan 15 2008, 10:08 PM) [snapback]1386765[/snapback]
Dabs do good cheap HDTV's from £300 for a 32" to £360 for a 37"
Not really, the contrast ratio is shit, cheap HDTV's are cheap for a reason.
If you are going to get one at least get a branded one as they are more expensive for a reason and check its specs.
You really want to find the cheapest one you can get and then add £100 to it so it is actually good.
most LCD tv's have crappy contrast ratios.. its in their nature. I don't notice a huge difference between my $599 32inch insignia and the $1200 32inch bravia.. There is a difference, but its not huge.
The main difference is that insignia's TV has less HD inputs, less "design" (ie instead of a then black board, wide silver one), less brand-awareness ect.. the boards and screen themselves are very simular.
It really isn't it is more like you can watch multiple channels at once and browse multiple channels in split screen when searching.
If you can't tell the difference between the contrast ratio, buy some glasses or something, really it is pretty obvious.
You can get 1080p TV's easily but they are expensive and in the UK the HDTV signal is never going to be more than 720p so unless you watch a lot of HD-DVD's or blu ray or use it a lot for the PS3 it is rather pointless.