HD Ready vs Full HD 32" Screen


Dec 5, 2010

I'm looking at getting a 32" TV for my bedroom, however my bed will be about 3m away from the TV. Is there any point of getting a Full HD TV when I'm so far away or should I just get a HD Ready as I won't be able to tell the difference.

"HD Ready" usually means that the internal tuner is not HD. I would think it would be hard to find one of these anymore.
"Full HD" tends to denote a 1080p resolution instead of 720p. You are right that you would be hard pressed to see the difference at that distance. 1080p is only available from Bluray, PC. or Satellite TV. Regular cable or over the air TV is mostly 1080i with a few channels at 720p (which is better for motion).