I'm buying a TV, is this a good choice?

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somerandomguyO_O said:
Well. It's that time of the year where you get some money to spend. And I've been wanting to get a new TV to replace my 9 year old king. I was wondering if this TV was a good buy?
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Best Buy's brand Dynex is a great reliable choice. It's cheap and served me well for years.
 

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TDWP FTW said:
I have a 32" Emerson HDTV. It's only 720p, but it's great IMO. I got it at WalMart for around $300.
My parents actually bought that model, too.
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I like it but its way too big for the stand in my bedroom. Thanks for the opinions guys.
 

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Sceptre is one of the worst monitor/HDTV manufacturers in the industry. They use the shittiest panels with horrible picture quality, and many of their models are known for reliability issues.
 

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720p is pretty terrible for a 32 inch tv, its a older model tv, dont really recommand it, a 32 should have 1080p or 1080i. for the samsung, LG or Insignia is probably a better bargain at bestbuy
 

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ninchya said:
720p is pretty terrible for a 32 inch tv, its a older model tv, dont really recommand it, a 32 should have 1080p or 1080i. for the samsung, LG or Insignia is probably a better bargain at bestbuy
It's really not that noticable at 32 inches, at around 36 and up it starts to get more and more apparent. Plus the TV isn't made out of trash.

also, it is at a great price: a 26 in. insignia costs just as much

Edit: does the tv really have to be blue?
 
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