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    Looking for the best 32 inch 1080p hdtv.

    Well heres the first one I'm looking at. Its a Sony and it have 720p, 8ms, 1,600:1 contrast on screen, 8,0001:1 dynamic, 120hz, and stuff. Not really the first lol... I locked at lots of tvs be4 counting it down to a very small amount to pick from. The first one was the first Sharp 32 inch that is under this one and then the 2th one is the other Sharp 32 inch and the 3rd one is this one.

    http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...52921665116638

    And 2 others. A Sharp 32 inch 1080p , 6ms, 2,000:1 native contrast, 10,000:1 contrast, vyper drive game mode, and stuff. And if anyone could... plx tell me what is the vyper drive game mode. I think its just to getno lag from console to the tv? Will this kind of game mode make the screen darker like other game modes on other tvs?

    http://www.sharpusa.com/products/Mod...8,1834,00.html

    And the 3rd one. A Sharp
    32 inch 1080p, 6ms, enhanced black level, aquos platform, multi-pixel techology, enhanced picture contrast techology, and stuff.

    http://www.sharpusa.com/products/Mod...8,1832,00.html

    Ok so from enhanced black level and everything else after that... I dont know if that stuff is also in the first Sharp tv that I posted or not. So if anyone could tell me if it is or not... that would help lol. Last thing... anyone here can suggest a 32 inch hdtv to me. Like a link. But... make sure its a 1080p hdtv and only post it if its better then the tvs I posted. And the only reason why I posted that 720p Sony tv... is bc I think that the one I saw today in abcwarehouse and it looked outstanding. They had a real good hd hook up on that one or something lol.

    So a other one of my ?s is... wont both of the Sharp tvs look better (like have a better looking picture and all) then that Sony one since the Sharp ones are 1080p, 6ms, and have higher contrast? I know the Sony tv have some really good tech stuff in it... but I just want to make sure I get the best one. The only really bad thing about the 2 Sharps are... they dont have 120hz. Oh and my price rang... prolly no more then $1600 and I can get tvs that much for like $1000 maybe or $900 bc my dad knows this guy at abcware house that will give us disconts.

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    Why 32 inch and 1080p? I thought you wouldn't notice the difference beteen 720p and 1080p unless you go well above 60 inches.
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    Why 32 inch and 1080p? I thought you wouldn't notice the difference beteen 720p and 1080p unless you go well above 60 inches.
    No. I think thats a lie and that what people say when they dont know what there talking about lol. It doesn't matter what side and 1080p have more odd and even numbers. In a other kind of way... more up and down lines on the tv to show more detail. 1080p Have way more pixels then 720p. So no matter the size of the tv... it still going to have all the pixels that 1080p have and 720p have way less pixels. So you'll know the diff in the picture of 720p and 1080p no matter what the size of the tv is.

    So yes I'm looking for a 32 inch 1080p hdtv hope my 720p games look better and for 1080p games hope I can see all of the detail the game have. Besides the size of a tv... the bigger the worse. Bigger tvs have bigger pixels and thats basicy why. So a smaller tv is going to look much better and it all depends on how far you sit away. But for tech wise... smaller is better. And the brightness and all gets to the whole screen faster I would think.

    But if I get the money... ( I know I wont sadly) I will buy the Sharp 46 inch 1080p tv. The one with 120hz, 4ms, and 15,000:1 contrast. But its really 3,000:1 on screen and other stuff the tv gots.

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    i would save my money and go for the 46 in
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    Yeah well I dont have that kind of money. I totally would tho... but I have to buy a PS3 still and warhawk when it comes out lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_someone View Post
    No. I think thats a lie and that what people say when they dont know what there talking about lol. It doesn't matter what side and 1080p have more odd and even numbers. In a other kind of way... more up and down lines on the tv to show more detail. 1080p Have way more pixels then 720p. So no matter the size of the tv... it still going to have all the pixels that 1080p have and 720p have way less pixels. So you'll know the diff in the picture of 720p and 1080p no matter what the size of the tv is.

    So yes I'm looking for a 32 inch 1080p hdtv hope my 720p games look better and for 1080p games hope I can see all of the detail the game have. Besides the size of a tv... the bigger the worse. Bigger tvs have bigger pixels and thats basicy why. So a smaller tv is going to look much better and it all depends on how far you sit away. But for tech wise... smaller is better. And the brightness and all gets to the whole screen faster I would think.

    But if I get the money... ( I know I wont sadly) I will buy the Sharp 46 inch 1080p tv. The one with 120hz, 4ms, and 15,000:1 contrast. But its really 3,000:1 on screen and other stuff the tv gots.
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    Be careful. That very first link you had (Sonystyle) links to a tv that is only 720p and 1366x768, which is common for that screen size. Just make sure you do your homework.

    EDIT: I see you know it's a 720p tv. Forgive me, please disregard post. Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A_someone View Post
    No. I think thats a lie and that what people say when they dont know what there talking about lol. It doesn't matter what side and 1080p have more odd and even numbers. In a other kind of way... more up and down lines on the tv to show more detail. 1080p Have way more pixels then 720p. So no matter the size of the tv... it still going to have all the pixels that 1080p have and 720p have way less pixels. So you'll know the diff in the picture of 720p and 1080p no matter what the size of the tv is.

    So yes I'm looking for a 32 inch 1080p hdtv hope my 720p games look better and for 1080p games hope I can see all of the detail the game have. Besides the size of a tv... the bigger the worse. Bigger tvs have bigger pixels and thats basicy why. So a smaller tv is going to look much better and it all depends on how far you sit away. But for tech wise... smaller is better. And the brightness and all gets to the whole screen faster I would think.

    But if I get the money... ( I know I wont sadly) I will buy the Sharp 46 inch 1080p tv. The one with 120hz, 4ms, and 15,000:1 contrast. But its really 3,000:1 on screen and other stuff the tv gots.
    No, whilst technically you will have a higher quality panel there's one thing you aren't taking into consideration here - the human eye. At 32", and at the viewing distances you will have, owning a 1080p set is just stupid because the differences in pixel pitch will be un-noticeable to the human eye for 99% of the time. But hey, that's your mistake and if you want one...go right ahead.

    For 32", I would save myself a few hundred $'s and go 720p...I wouldn't even consider a 1080p set until 40".

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    I think the difference between 720p and 1080p on a 32" would be hardly noticeable. Sense would suggest going with 720p but i'm pretty shallow and would go for the 1080p anyway.

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    u wont even tell if the game is in 1080p in a 32 inch tv.
    u only need a 1080p if u have a tv over 40 inches...
    but the sharps sound better... if u wannat get it..
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    Unless you will be sitting within 4.5 ft or so from a 32 inch tv, do not waste your money on a 1080p tv.

    just get a larger 720p set.

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    Maybe you can find some of the tvs that suit your needs here:

    http://www.best32inchtv.net/

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