Lost in the world of T.V's

zzeezzy

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For christmas my grandparents (who I live with) have said they will put some towards buying a television of my choice and I done research but have got lost in the total world of what is out there.

Basically could anyone assist me in choosing one to buy, I need a television for actually watching casually like freeview and films. But also I will be using it for gaming on my xbox as well, the games I play really do vary (a lot of Fifa though).

So from this I guess you have grasped I need a good all-round television but the problem is I do not have an absolute shed-load to spend, my maximum amount is £400, if absolutely need be I could push it up to £450.

My bedroom is big and therefore I am still undecided on the size so any suggestions for the best tele I can get with £400 is much appreciated.
 

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zzeezzy

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Cheers for the reply bud.

Also what do you think to LG tv's because I have seen a few of them in my price range with quite good reviews but they are mainly LCD's?
 
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Raikan007

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Cheers for the reply bud.

Also what do you think to LG tv's because I have seen a few of them in my price range with quite good reviews but they are mainly LCD's?
I have a 42" LG LED and its the **** mate, Blu Ray is phenomenal, PS3 is great! has 2 HDMI porst, 2 USB's etc and have never had a problem at all with it!

However, I do suggest a bigger TV than the 32" though..
 

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Cheers for the reply bud.

Also what do you think to LG tv's because I have seen a few of them in my price range with quite good reviews but they are mainly LCD's?
They are definitely one of the best brands within your price range! The only one I would recommend above them is Sony and you will be very lucky to find a 42 inch Sony TV for under £450!
 

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The LGs are ok but from a pure image point of view you will be happier with the Samsung I think. LGs are a decent panel but their red spectrum looks a little "fluorescent" by comparison. Still a good tv but the Samsung is better.
 
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