Hi im looking for a smart TV for my bedroom something like a 30" any ideas
You'll be looking at 32-inch size. Samsung has the best "smart" features in the market. What's your budget?
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Hi bigboss forgot to say I did hear someone on the radio the other day saying samsung are leading the market at the moment my budget is £600 - £1,200 I was also thinking of getting a good sound bar as well in a few weeks time
If you think my budget is not good enough can you please tell me how much i'll have to spend to get a good smart tv I'm not wanting the cheapest but at the same time I'm not wanting the most expensive
Sorry, missed your posts. Check this one:
For soundbar, check this:
Is there a reason you can't (or don't want to) go larger than a 32" inch screen? I ask because you can get some cracking TVs for your budget.
BB's recommendations are good value at their respective price points, though something feels off to me about spending more on a soundbar than the TV it's connected to.
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Just under £1,366 (according to bigboss's recomendation) seems like a lot of money to spend on a bedroom tv.
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I dont like the feet for that tv BB..............
It isn't clear if the OP's budget of £1200 includes the soundbar or not.
I do agree however, that you could go for a 42-inch TV in your budget and there are many great options at that price.
It isn't clear if the OP's budget of £1200 includes the soundbar or not. I do agree however, that you could go for a 42-inch TV in your budget and there are many great options at that price.
TVs are like computers, there's NEVER a good time to buy one, if you wait for the new ones to come out they're too expensive, if you wait for them to come down in price you keep thinking "If I wait another few weeks they might be even cheaper" and then eventually you realise you're only a month or so away from the new ranges coming out, so you wait for them but then they're too expensive so you want for them to come down in price... and then you realise you've spent all the money on something else.
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Samsung's "evolution kit" allows you to upgrade to latest "smart features" on your existing TV. So your TV never goes out of date on this front.
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