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    Looking for a recommendation

    I'm looking to get a new TV, and I have no idea what to get. I plan on getting a PS3 with it, also. Do you guys have any brands that you particularly like? I was thinking something in the 40"-50" range. I'm trying to keep it(the price of the TV) around $1000...any suggestions?


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    $1000 is a little low even for a 40". Take a look at anything 1080p with the inputs you want. I've always liked samsung but sony, phillips and LG are also good
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    If you know anyone with a Sam's Club membership they got some great HDTV's in there for cheap and they come with a extended warranty.
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    Like I've said in other threads, I love my Vizio 32" They make a great TV. One year on-site warranty and made in America (yeehaw!). Wal-Mart Vizio's vs other Vizio's do not have Picture in Picture or a Zoom feature, but the price is usually lower.
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    I agree I bought a 37 inch HDMI Vizio, I got it a sams club for $749.00 about six months ago.I have HDdirect tv and it looks awsome.Picture in picture and zoom.

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    sharps are nice. Sony too. But with that budget you will have to either get a big screen, or a smaller but much higher quality sceeen

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    This isnt a bad tv, 46 inch for alittle over a grand

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