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Narrowest 37" LCD available?

by eliann01 / October 8, 2009 7:00 AM PDT

I have a TV cabinet that measures 35" and a hair. Is there any 37" that will fit this space, or do I have to get a 32"?

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If it's 35" diag.? then no;
by ahtoi / October 8, 2009 4:51 PM PDT

if it's 35" in width, then yes..37" should fit ok.

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It is 35" width, not diag.
by eliann01 / October 9, 2009 9:56 AM PDT

Every spec I have seen only for a 37" diagonal has a width of > 35.8", usually at least 36". I've looked at WM, Target, Best Buy, Sears, Conn's, and many places online. Is there anyone you guys know about?

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Did you find one that fits?
by hani.abughazaleh / November 18, 2009 12:47 PM PST

I'm in the same situation as you - looking high and low for a 37" LCD that will fit in a 35" space in our entertainment center. Did you ever find one that would fit?

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Panasonic Viera G1 Series
by eliann01 / November 19, 2009 5:13 AM PST

This one was 35.2" but was also close to $900. I just couldn't justify it.

Panasonic 37" VIERA G1 Series Black LCD Flat Panel HDTV, Model TCL37G1

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by hani.abughazaleh / November 19, 2009 5:22 AM PST

Thanks for the info! Yeah, it's hard to justify $900 for a 37" LCD when there are so many other less expensive sets out there that do the job really well. We absolutely love our entertainment center, so we may have to just accept a 32".

Thanks again for responding! Happy

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Take a tape measure with you to a big box store
by minimalist / October 8, 2009 11:31 PM PDT

and measure. That's the easiest way to narrow down your choices. Look for models with thin bezels and the speakers underneath (not on the sides).

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Narrowest 37" LCD available
by Slotkar / August 10, 2010 2:53 AM PDT

Like you, I also have been looking for a 37" flat screen TV that will fit into a 36" armoire that typically has a 34.5" inside dimension width. The only 37" TV's available which have the narrowest width are:

LG 37LE5400 - 35.6" wide
Samsung LN37C530 - 35.5" wide
Panasonic TCL37G1 - 35.2" wide

Close but no cigar!

It doesn't look promising that the TV manufacturers are ever going meet the challenge.

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Narrowest 37" LCD available
by da59a / May 12, 2011 12:17 AM PDT

Finally there is one available, but pricey...
Panasonic Viera 37" 3-D Ready 1080p 240Hz LED-LCD HDTV TC-L37DT30
Width spec'ed at 34.4", but at over $1100 still over budget...
Hopefully they will follow with lower budget lines.
Samsung went up in size to 40" when they came out with their slim lines, so no help there.

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