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What is the difference between Panasonic TC-32LX60 and Panasonic TX-LX60 LCDs (I'm very confused)?

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Here's a thought.

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If the places that sell these can't answer and the web sites don't tell, walk away. They are bad places to do business with.

Bob

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my guess

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since google doesnt help...that much.

tc-32lx60 was made for the american market. the tx-lx60 might be made for a foriegn market (much like what pioneer does with their plasma's.). in your tv search...you might find some websites with the tx for significantly cheaper. i'd stay away from it because usually, those "other market" tv's do not come with warrenty that support you in AMERICA (if thats where you live). plus the fact that if google can't even give me anything on tx-lx60.....if it breaks...you'll have a hard time trying to fix it. go with the tc.

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