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    In first year I took my 32" TV which is pretty big and is a pain to move when moving in and out, it's also an older TV so it has a pretty large back to it unlike modern flat TV's. It fit perfectly in my room, I just put it on top of my drawers and still had the desk entirety to myself.

    However, I'm looking for a smaller TV for convenience of moving it but still able to get good experience out of gaming with it. Anyone got any recommendations?
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    You want a recommendation for size or an actual TV? & what's your budget?

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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    In first year I took my 32" TV which is pretty big and is a pain to move when moving in and out, it's also an older TV so it has a pretty large back to it unlike modern flat TV's. It fit perfectly in my room, I just put it on top of my drawers and still had the desk entirety to myself.

    However, I'm looking for a smaller TV for convenience of moving it but still able to get good experience out of gaming with it. Anyone got any recommendations?
    http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-...48479-pdt.html

    Maybe this.
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    The new range of Sony Bravia's are good, have one myself, not sure if they do anything below 32" though but they're extremely slim.

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    You want a recommendation for size or an actual TV? & what's your budget?

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    Strong comprehension skills. I'm mainly looking for TV size recommendations but I don't really want to spend any more than £150 because I'm not a big money spender, if you can suggest a specific TV up to that cost then by all means feel free.
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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    Strong comprehension skills. I'm mainly looking for TV size recommendations but I don't really want to spend any more than £150 because I'm not a big money spender, if you can suggest a specific TV up to that cost then by all means feel free.
    I've seen a couple 27inch TV's but they're more around the 220 mark

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    I have a nice 24 inch monitor which is hooked up to both my xbox one and desktop computer, at home ATM but will take to uni. So many good games coming out in September/October time can't miss out :P
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    (Original post by Ruffiio)
    In first year I took my 32" TV which is pretty big and is a pain to move when moving in and out, it's also an older TV so it has a pretty large back to it unlike modern flat TV's. It fit perfectly in my room, I just put it on top of my drawers and still had the desk entirety to myself.

    However, I'm looking for a smaller TV for convenience of moving it but still able to get good experience out of gaming with it. Anyone got any recommendations?
    Get a PC Monitor with a 2ms Refresh Rate. They're the best.
 
 
 
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