Suggestions for new TV?

Discussion in 'Tech & Support' started by Raiden, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Raiden Wakanda Forever

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    Our ten-year-old projector TV is beginning to die out, with lines slowly becoming visible on the screen, so my family is now considering what TV to buy. Since we haven't purchased a TV in a decade, I'm not very knowledgeable about what television we should buy, but here are a few things that we would like as features:

    - Preferably LCD, and no Plasma TV.
    - Smart TV, or TV that can download from the Internet
    - Around $1,000, but it depends on the features

    Since we are living in a slow economy right now, we are hoping to get a great deal on a flat-screen that won't break our bank account. If you guys have any suggestions or know what websites to visit for info, please share it here. Thanks all!
     
  2. mjbull23 Beyond Good and Evil

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  3. runawayboulder 2016 NFL Pick Em CHAMP

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    I have Samsung and it is still the best flat screen TV's out there. My dad got an LG LED flat screen and it's pretty nice.

    I plan on getting an LED at the end of the month so I'm def gonna look at Samsung and LG first.
     
  4. Doc Samson Superhero Psychiatrist

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    Any particular reason for the Plasma disdain Raiden?
     
  5. johnalba544 Registered

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    Recently i buy Samsung TV, and am just as happy with it as the day I purchased. the clarity is so good and it is really Beautiful.
    My Friend Suggested me to get an LED.
     
  6. ComicChick I Work Too Much

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    was it a DLP tv? i've had mine at least 5 years and all i had to do was change the bulb and its like watching a brand new tv again
     
  7. Duke Registered

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    How reputable are the LED tvs made by Westinghouse? I saw a 32' slim one at Bestbuy for a nice price & at first glance it looks great. Anyway, just wondering.....
     

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