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30-32 inch HDTV

by joker5667 / June 11, 2007 9:28 AM PDT

Im in college and was looking for a New TV for my apartment next year. I was looking to spend around $500 dollars for a HDTV but was having problems finding the right one. any ideas?

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PRETTY SURE SAMSUNG IS STILL SELLING ITS 30" SLIM-FITS......
by Riverledge / June 11, 2007 11:59 AM PDT
In reply to: 30-32 inch HDTV

CRT'S (tube tv.)

river.

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questio
by joker5667 / June 11, 2007 12:01 PM PDT

what does river mean?

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SHORT FOR RIVERLEDGE, SCREEN NAME.............
by Riverledge / June 11, 2007 12:15 PM PDT
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Good luck,
River.

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spend $599...
by bklynrickel / June 11, 2007 9:14 PM PDT
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for an olevia or vizio 32 inch.

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are those as good?
by joker5667 / June 12, 2007 3:57 AM PDT
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i really don't know those name brands for TV's. are those two as good as samsung?

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Get a vizio
by tadam1080 / June 12, 2007 4:07 AM PDT
In reply to: spend $599...

I was in the same situation. I wanted a sweet setup on a budget. Back in march i got a vizio vx32l. i used it as a pc monitor and it's tv tuner to get free hd locals. Since then i have upgraded to an oppo-970 dvd player, comcast hd-dvr, and logitech z5500 5.1 surround system. so, for a $1000 dollars i have an incredible cinematic environment in my bedroom. The tv looks great, it's no pioneer or sony but for half or 1/4 of the price it is much better than half the quality of a more respectable brand. the vizio has tons of adjustibility, works great as a computer monitor, and even accepts a 1080p signal(even though it down rezzes, it looks amazing). Don't get the new vw32l from walmart. it has half the contrast ratio and less options and it costs the same as the vx32l at sam's, cotcos, or sears. again the vizio is really a great value. just read all the reviews on it here on cnet. i love mine.

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apparently costco is...
by bklynrickel / June 12, 2007 7:02 AM PDT
In reply to: Get a vizio

having a sale on vizios right now.

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