Across all the televisions that have been available for more than two years the high frequency rates range from 50Hz to 400Hz, and the average high frequency rate is 84Hz. With a high frequency rate of only 50 hertz, the 32D1533 has a quite slow high frequency rate compared to most of the other televisions of this spec and age.
Other 50Hz refresh rate TVs currently available that you might want to consider include the Sony KDL-32EX340 (£199) which has better reviews; or the 24D1433 (£149.99), or the 32W3455 (£149) both from Toshiba and both of which are cheaper.
If this television high frequency rate is too slow for you then you might want to consider the Seiki SE24HO01 (£134.99) (60Hz and cheaper), or the JVC LT-32C461 (£154.99) (60Hz and cheaper).
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