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    Quote Originally Posted by bmfgeorgin2 View Post
    I wish i could have my own tv also... its for my whole family its NOT going in my room..
    if you are going to put it in a living room or a family room then get a 40in+ 32in TV's are too small for a living room
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    then i get a ps3 i will be trying it on a 50 inch HD tv!!!

    cant wait to see it on there

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyDon View Post
    This is interesting I was thinking about purchasing


    http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Speci...cation.do#tabs


    Can anyone confirm if this would be good for PS3, it has HDMI and 720p. Plus the reviews are high for it....

    I have that exact tv in my bedroom. I didnt need a high end 1080 for falling asleep with.

    Now I have the ps3 and hooked it up and think the pictures great. Im sure there are better, and i do sit a little farther away as i have no chair to sit on in the bedroom thats comfy.

    and for 500 bucks dont expect the world, enjoy your acre!

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    I'm pretty sure people say 37 and up becasue those tv's can support the full 1080p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hardman View Post
    I'm pretty sure people say 37 and up becasue those tv's can support the full 1080p.
    there are a few 32in TV's that support 1080p but if you are going to get 1080p then most people recomend 40in and above
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    forget those cheap brand tv's. just spend a little extra cash for better quality. my friend has the olevia 32" and my toshiba 32" blows it away (hes so jealous).

    http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Toshi...Detail.do#tabs

    only $200 more and has 3 hdmi slots and a better contrast ratio. alos you can get 1080p through hdmi. this set owns
    just making sure... this IS a good price?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bmfgeorgin2 View Post
    just making sure... this IS a good price?
    Yes for a toshibia it is a great price
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    How does the ps3 look on a 32'' tv?
    You know, it looks kind of like the PS3 on a 60 inch TV, but smaller.

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    32 inch tele is cool for a bedroom , im also looking to buy a hd tv,

    i found this so far

    http://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/...p?pid=50790688

    its a 37 inch hdtv, its the cheapest 37 inch hdtv ive found so far, UK is EXPENSIVE.

    ITS CHEAP AND GOT EVERYTHING U NEED TO SETUP UR PS3.

    AND ONE QUESTION, HOW THE HELL DO U KNOW ITS GOT HDCP?

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    i have a 32" HDTV panasonic 700 or somthing in the uk

    it looks and sounds great....it is meant to be the best TV of that size on the market by far

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    Yeah. I was thinkin, well am most probably getting a 32" tomorrow. I can't wait, I was thinking is it quite clear and easy to see whats going on, I will be sitting or lying on my bed which is about 15ft away... Anyone also recommend a good one?

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    In my opinion you should get a tv that can do all resolutions 720i/p 1080i/p. Why spend so much money only to get half the product? There are quality 32's that can be found on a budget.

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    Hmm, how do you know if it is 1080p, 1080i, are there certain resolutions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyb3rHav0k View Post
    Yeah. I was thinkin, well am most probably getting a 32" tomorrow. I can't wait, I was thinking is it quite clear and easy to see whats going on, I will be sitting or lying on my bed which is about 15ft away... Anyone also recommend a good one?
    a good 32in TV on a budget would be Vizio and if you have no budget then a Sony, Samsung, or a LG.
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    Yeah I was going to go with a Samsung one, theres a couple of deals going around where I live... so... http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...m=0&tabIndex=1

    Is that TV any good, does it have 1080p....Any idea of what I am looking at would be great....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyb3rHav0k View Post
    Yeah I was going to go with a Samsung one, theres a couple of deals going around where I live... so... http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/stor...m=0&tabIndex=1

    Is that TV any good, does it have 1080p....Any idea of what I am looking at would be great....
    yeah that is a great TV
    No it will not have 1080p
    you do not want a TV that is only 32in to be 1080p because it would not be worth it
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    So its an awesome TV for a PS3 though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyb3rHav0k View Post
    So its an awesome TV for a PS3 though?
    I would not say awesome or the best but a great TV for a room for the PS3
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    I have a 32 inch for my PS3, while most games are ok to play on it except ones like Madden. The playbook is so small I have to stand up and put my face on the TV to read what plays I am picking. So I guess what I am saying is I hope you have good eyesight!

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    Why get a 32" when you can splurge and spend a little more and get something like this.

    http://www.shopcol.com/panath103pf9uk.html

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    It looks amazing on my 19" SDTV, so i think that 32" + HDTV + HDMI can look as good as mine does too...maybe better but not by much.

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    get the new D series bravia if your gonna go 32" KDL32D3000 it has 100hz motionflow ^^

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    32" is perfect. I have a Sammy one and I love it sooo much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmfgeorgin2 View Post
    I was thinking of getting a cheap TV. so i was wondering if a 32'' TV will "look good" on the ps3 like is it hard to play cause the screen is small?

    thanks
    32" LCD is very big compared to my former 20" CRT TV. 32" LCD is more than enough visual space for gaming and viewing High Def-Programs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudClod View Post
    As long as it has the resolution, HDMI input, and HDCP enabled, it'll work great. On the other hand, if it does NOT have HDCP enabled, the PS3 will not be compatible with it.
    Umm... what hi-def tv is not hdcp compliant?
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