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what is the best choice? and why?

by Nishanthebest / October 11, 2014 2:36 AM PDT

Please consider this as an extremely important question,..........AND PLEASE BE KIND ENOUGH TO PUT ENOUGH OF YOUR VALUEBLE TIME TO THIS

.im planing to buy a new led hd tv........i have a tight budget and therefore...my attention has come to two tvs from samsung and LG .....both are same price

im considering in buying......LG 32LB582D with an ips panel.........the only problem is,it doesnt have 1080p full HD..but it got ips panel, wifi, and other stuff,
on the other hand samsung ua32f6100ar got not only 1080p but also 3D..........but i think it lacks ips.AND smart tv...........so....PLEASE............TEL ME .......WHAT choice should i make......will the ips panel make up for the lack of 1080p.? will there be a significant diffirent in video quality? why should i buy the lg one? WHAT IS THE BEST CHOICE for me?.

pls use ur expert knowledge in analysing the specifications of these tvs and pls help me to make a good dicision...........

thank you very much!

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What's good for me may not be good enough for you.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 11, 2014 2:45 AM PDT

Sadly TVs, radios, HiFi and such fall into areas that what is good enough for me fails for some.

However the Smart TV area is one I ignore since I can add that with a small box or BD player. It's a non-feature in my decision process. I want the best screen or picture quality (PQ) since I can fix any smart TV issue later. I can't improve PQ later.

At 32 inches, it's debatable if 1080 matters but for me, I won't go less than 1080.

As to 3D, another item I've ignored. Too much baggage in finding a player, titles, more.
Bob

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by seamonkeyball / October 11, 2014 3:18 AM PDT

To be honest I wouldn't even consider a tv that wasn't 1080p these days.
I'm not suggesting that you would notice a perceivable difference unless you were sat on top of it.

The biggest factors should be what you want it for. If the 720p one was £300 difference in price then it may be an option, at the same price I'd go for the samsung. Not that 3d at that size is anything more than a gimic Happy

If you are concerned about viewing angles, for example if it was stuck on the wall and its viewing angles were bad then I'd go for the other ( if reviews say its bad )

I'd read a few reviews as I don't think anyone would be familiar with both TV's.

Me, stuff 720p lol

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