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First Look: LG's budget 32-inch TV

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First Look: LG's budget 32-inch TV

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The LG 32CS460 is a budget TV which offers some usability tweaks but even for the money its picture is not very good.

I am typing debris from CNET and today I'm looking at the OG 32 CS full sixty TV. If you're looking for -- 82 inch television you might think they'll pretty much performance at the -- The place tomorrow round up with 82 inch TV's there are some winners and some loses. In this occasion the loser is DOT's ADT's -- -- sixty. The OT design is distinctly average with a very thick bezel and an -- -- street. It does have a swivel stand by which -- some points and the remote control is quite good. If you're using this as a TV we data sound system -- That big bulky bezel -- have one good point. It enables largest stake is and as a result gives excellent sound for its lines. As a budget TV there are no real features to speak of them like the others that he saw surprised it's only a 720 resolution though will accept the full HD signal. The TV does have a good menu system and some advanced controls. The problem with this TV is that when I got it out of the box -- -- -- -- all full and even with the controls it was difficult to get a good picture at. Colors were noticeably off and black levels for the west of the TVs we tested. DOJ wasn't even able to conjure -- shadow -- -- in Harry iPod a resulting in a big dot blob. -- -- on the around 300 dollars the rival Samsung EH 4000 is a much better performance and books that -- -- -- -- -- And that's where I'd be spending much on. This is being -- and are grateful CNET.

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