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We watch television in a conservatory having blinds but

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We watch television in a conservatory having blinds but these do not darken room greatly.
Way back we had a Pye Cathode Ray Tube TV which gave a good picture even when sun fully shining. This now in a spare room and we still use it when sun very bright.
We then bought a Samsung (LE22A455C1Dxxu Serial 75833HCG600845A with white case) in Sept 2008 which struggled (but we coped by putting Back Light at max). Recently (over a couple of months) it keeps reverting, after an hour or so, to about 50% Back Light so it needs resetting to 100%. We use FreeSat with external box.
We are considering buying a new 32 inch TV (white case if poss). Can you please recommend Samsung unit(s) with good "bright room" picture, White if poss, WiFi etc?
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: TV
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
PS: It does not have to be a Samsung
Expert:  Nathan replied 5 months ago.

Hello, I’m Nathan, and I’ll be assisting you today. My livelihood depends on your positive feedback, so your satisfaction is my highest priority.

Sorry to hear you’re having trouble.

I'd be happy to recommend some options for you, but to clarify if you are asking for a white tv, that is not likely to be possible.

A gray or lighter color may be an option, but most all tvs are black now, a few are more silver. White is really only found in smaller sets, say 19" that are made for kitchens for example. Is that acceptable to you still?

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Please forget "white TV" and stick with 32 inch. The most important feature is good picture in a room with bright ambient.
Expert:  Nathan replied 5 months ago.

Thank you for confirming, and my apologies for missing you. I'm in the US on a much different time zone.

To be clear though, your old tv was a 22 inch model, and you now want 32 inch.

Here is the model I'd recommend: http://amzn.to/24WurWn

It is bright, has good contrast and color depth, and it does have a lighter silver/metallic frame you may like as well.

Expert:  Nathan replied 5 months ago.

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