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Hi everybody wish you all a great day 

I moved out from home temporarly and want to buy a 32 inch tv to play games on 

The TV must be full hd hdr capable i need some recommendations 

Thanks in advance ;)

Last edited by asqarkabab - on 03 September 2019

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Don't buy a Phillips or any no name brands from the internet. You get what you pay for. I have had so many Spectre brand tvs returned and they are not even available in store. Only online.



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Frankly, in the 32" size you basically only have cheapies. I'm not sure if TCL.goes that small. But, if they do, they're generally a good value in the low end of the TV market. Most of their TV's have decent response times as well (again, relative to their price), which makes them decent for gaming.

In any case, the best way to find a good TV for your specific use case is to study the reviews here:. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/by-size/32-inch

And, as Spurge said, don't buy a no-name junker.



spurgeonryan said:
Don't buy a Phillips or any no name brands from the internet. You get what you pay for. I have had so many Spectre brand tvs returned and they are not even available in store. Only online.

What is Phillips (two Ls)? Not sure if you meant Philips (one L), whiich was Dutch company that sold its TV division to TVP - those are quite solid TVs, depending on the money you're willing to spend, of course.



I personally like LG TVs. Not sure if they make ones in that size with the features you're looking for.



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32" and HDR capable not sure if there is any available, since they have been doing HDR only on 4K TVs and the smallest I remember seeing was like 49".



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DonFerrari said:
32" and HDR capable not sure if there is any available, since they have been doing HDR only on 4K TVs and the smallest I remember seeing was like 49".

LG has one or two I think, 1080p, but not sure about input lag.



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Better off just buying a monitor. HDR TV at 32 inches will be hard to find.

If you're buying it in preparation for next generation, I'd probably even hold off a while yet.



I changed my mind and will get the ru7179 4k hdr samsung how is the tv is it worth it ?



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