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What TV to get? Help!

Posted by missylin (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 20, 09 at 9:46

I need a new TV and have no idea how to proceed. I have a cabinet it is going in (where the current TV is). I figure I can only fit a 22 inch, as the opening in the cabinet is a tad over 26 wide and almost 20 tall. I don't know anything about brands now a days (My parents were in the appliance business years ago--- none of those brands still exist)or what to look for, what's a good deal, etc. Help!
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RE: What TV to get? Help!

At that size you are not going to get true HD 1080p unless you want to overspend. I say just get a Vizio from Costco or Sam's. I have one in my bedroom and it works just fine. You still get 720p resolution and money in your pocket.


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RE: What TV to get? Help!

I have googled it and I found that Samsung and Panasonic are on top of the line and LCD TV is my most preferred TV because the electrical consumption is lower than those of the CRT.


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