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Am in the market for a new TV - probably 37", possibly 32".

Must have freesat, excellent picture in SD and HD, and looking for a slim bezel.

Interested in using Lovefilm on demand & not fussed about 3D.

Here's my dilema - do I go for a current model TV with all the bells and whistles or an older model with excellent picture and buy a blu-ray player with streaming services on board?  

 

 

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RE: TV with or without features

fatman wrote:

 

 

Here's my dilema - do I go for a current model TV with all the bells and whistles or an older model with excellent picture and buy a blu-ray player with streaming services on board?  

 

 

Only you can answer that.

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RE: TV with or without features

FYI, i bought my tv in september, i think the summer/autumn is the best time to buy a new tv, personnely i wouldn't consider buying a tv at the beginning of the year, too much of a dilema you either get last years tv's at a bargain price or wait a few months for the new tv's to come out, wrong time of year imo, unless you know what you want.

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Think I'm swaying towards a last years' bargain TV and seperate blu-ray hooked up for streaming.

TV just has to have freesat, slim bezel and excellent picture quality in both SD and HD.  Not bothered about 3D.  

Blu-ray needs to offer Lovefilm streaming and other catch up TV services would be a bonus too.

Will do plenty research but welcome any suggestions.