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Hi, I am moving soon and am going to treat myself to an HD TV (probably 50").

 

I keep getting different bits of advice, and am getting confused.

 

First I was told that Plasma is best at 50", then the guy in Richer sounds Guildford said go LCD (but not to waste money on the LED).

 

I don't really want to pay more than £1k. Any hints and tips would be welcome.

 

I want a tv that is good for football and movies.

 

Cheers.

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Buy a Sony Bravia 46W5500 - 46 inch screen very very good performer all round and under £1,000. Technically and spec identical (apart from screen size) to the Sony Bravia 40E5500 I bought a couple of months ago - recommend this product from this supplier (couple of hundred pounds cheaper than most).

 

http://www.multizoneav.com/Product/SONY/LCD_%26_Plasma_TV/KDL46W5500/Pricerunner/

 

http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/tvs/sony-bravia-kdl-46w5500/

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I have a Samsung 40" LED (UE40B700)...Top drawer.

 

www.ue40b700-0.co.uk/UE40B7000-Reviewss.html

 

A promotion is/was running to get cashback as it is a energy saving set.

 

It's not full LED though.

 

Samsung are about a year behind Sony and Panasonic in technology.

 

I work for Sony, went to a training day recently to try out the new 3D TV's. They are pretty awesome, although obviously some people will think it's a gimmick.

 

Anyway, honestly, I'd go for a Sony, Panasonic or Pioneer. Make sure it's got 100hz at least though.

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