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ADVICE ON WHAT LCD TO BUY $800

im looking at the samsung 26 inch and the envision by aoc 32 inch

http://reviews.cnet.com/AOC_L32W461_LCD_TV_32/4505-6482_7-32155771.html

http://reviews.cnet.com/Samsung_LN_S2641D_LCD_TV_26/4505-6482_7-31785791.html?tag=pdtl-list

the samsung has 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and the aoc has a 1000:1 now i know the samsung is probably much better quality but im mostly using it as a computer monitor and for my xbox 360 now aoc and envision are fairlly new to the tv market but have been making computer monitors for over twenty years and im not sure if the samsung will be big enough so any advice you guys have would be great thnx

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Don't buy either

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I don't trust the brand of that first one and that Samsung is WAY too small. Save your money until you have enough to buy a good size, name brand TV.

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but

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im noly sixteen will be using it for my room and sitting extremley close like i said using it mainly for computer and xbxo 360 i cant afford anything else as i need to buy a car

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why

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can i ask why you dont trust the brand of the tv?

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In that case...

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Go with the Samsung but if you can get $200 or so more you should get the 32" model: http://reviews.cnet.com/Samsung_LN_S3251D/4505-6482_7-31787622.html?tag=lst

The other one is one of those non-name brand TV companies that are more likely to have dead pixels and probably terrible image quality. I can tell you from playing a 360 on that Samsung at the store that the picture looks great: accurate colors, deep blacks, bright whites, I loved it. I was gonna buy the 32" Samsung myself but I'm waiting for prices to drop so I can buy at least a 37" since I sit about 5 or 6 feet away. While I'm on the subject of companies not to buy from you also should avoid: Vizio, Westinghouse, Viewsonic, Polaroid, and generally any other company that isn't instantly recognizable and/or not known for making TV's.

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thanks

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thanks man that was helpful got the samsung its pretty sweet

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No problem

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Now I can't wait to get mine.

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the pq on my aoc is beautiful and tv arrived with no

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dead pixels. aoc customer service turns out to be very responsive. if you look into the background of who makes aoc tvs it turns out to be the second largest lcd screen manufacturer in the world.

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