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  1. richman10302

    richman10302 New Member

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    Hey guys,i had my heart set on a google tv for a month and a half now..basically waiting on my tax refund in 2 weeks.

    so my question is im thinking about getting the 32" TV if i'm going that route is it worth it to get the 40"? from my understanding there's no difference within the TV's just screen size?
     
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    harley man New Member

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    if i were you i would go as big you can no one ever wish they got a smaller tv and with the google tv you have pip bigger is better for that and looking at web pages go 40 or more
     
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    The hardware specs are all the same from 24-46", a 32" is good for a small room, a 40" would be good for a larger room or game room and the 46" would be great for a Living room, Bigger is better for that. I have a 40" Sony GTV in my 14' by 18' room mounted on my wall, and it is a perfect size.

    Hope this helps and welcome :)
     
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    Go as big as money allows, or you can go smaller with the intent to buy bigger inthe future, then when you have the money for bigger put the littler one in another room or bed room.
     
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    sparkyscott21 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hello richman10302, and welcome to our forum.
    Always good to see new faces here.Glad to have you.
    As far as your question, I believe Lucas is pretty much on the money with what he has said...
    Of course, if money is not an issue, the bigger the better...Well to a certain point.
    Don't get a drive in in your basement...
    Again thanks for joining our great forum.

    The Google TV Forum Team
     
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    skoretsky New Member

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    46" is great for living room if you're 8" feet away from the set. Big difference between 40 and 46 inch at that distance, best to go larger!
     

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