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This question could also be titled "Do you really get what you pay for?"

Setting up my home cinema system, I think I'm settled on the Sony DAV-IS10 for the sound and WAS settled on the Samsung LE32R87 for the pictures, both award winners.

But here is the catch, I've been offered an ex display LE32M86 for £450, ie just about the best I could get the R87 for (I know the source and have no concerns about its history). Now obviously the M86 is not as good as the Panasonic TX-32LXD700 that it normaly competes against, but is it better than it's normaly cheaper brother the R87?

In summary I can't afford the Panassonic, but have the chance for a Samsung M86 for the same price as an R87, should I take the (normaly) more expensive Samsung or stick with the cheaper one??

Thanks,

David.
 

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Well, put it this way, we've noticed considerable variations in performance between different Samsung models that have (in theory) the same technical spec. We haven't tested the LE32M86, so I can't comment on that set specifically, but we have tested the R87 and we know it's a belter, which is why we gave it the Award. It's the one I'd buy.
 

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