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PS3......Which 32 LCD???

by parker_ky / November 14, 2010 1:39 PM PST

I am planning on buying a 32inch LCD TV for my son and he has a PS3. Do I need the 1080 TV? or in a 32 size, is a 720 ok? Do you have a 32 inch to suggest?

Thanks

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Go 1080
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 14, 2010 3:09 PM PST

My son has a meager 23 inch and it's 1080p and I can see the difference.
Bob

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You don't need 1080p
by Jimmy Greystone / November 14, 2010 9:27 PM PST

You don't NEED 1080p, but you'll be glad you have it if you ever compare the two. I honestly don't understand why people buy TVs 32" or larger and don't get 1080p models. Seems like most people still think in terms of old TVs, where they had the same crappy resolution, and the only thing that mattered was the size of the screen. The overall detail you can generally make out on 1080p compared to lower resolutions is quite noticeable.

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