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I have $1000 to spend on a TV. Which one should I buy?

by loflier / May 27, 2007 12:09 PM PDT

My wife and I want to buy a TV for the bedroom. I already have a 50 inch Samsung for the living room and want to upgrade the one in the bedroom. I have a 1k cap so I am thinking of buying the Vizio 42 inch. CC has it on sale for 899. Not the greatest TV but for the price, its a good deal. Anybody have any advice? Thanks in advance.

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