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    I intend to buy a tv for my grandpa, and I have searched these results:
    Vizio VX32LHDTV10A 32" tv , this tv got nive review.
    And this Envision L32W761, not familiar with the brand, but the specs look nice. Do you have any other better suggestions please?? I think maybe a plasma should be better for the elders, do you know anything with that budget?
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    My suggestion is the PANASONIC TC-LX70 that you can get from CIRCUIT CITY or FRY'S ELECTRONICS bpth places have it on sale right now for $699.99. The newer 32 inch PANASONIC's are coming out in March & April therefore prices should drop. I have the PANASONIC TC-LX70 that I bought last summer from SEARS for $750.00.

    http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Panasonic-32-LCD-HDTV-TC-32LX70/sem/rpsm/oid/176851/cat...oductDetail.do

    Check out the AVS FORUM where you'll see a thread for that PANASONIC model along with the model TC-LX700. Nothing but good reviews on both models. It's has the least amount of complaints/problems compared to other models and other manufacturers in the 32 inch LCD TV category.
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    According to reports I've read the Olevia 532H is supposed to look pretty good.

    Personally, I wouldn't buy any TV from a Chinese manufacturer because you can't get them serviced locally. Instead you have to ship them to LA and pay a flat fee for the repair work. The total cost will be just as expensive as buying a new TV.

    I'd buy a Toshiba Regza. The 32" model is about $700 and the 26" model is about $540.

    Also, be sure to buy it locally. If you buy it via the internet or a catalog and decide to return it you'll have to pay return shipping.
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    So what will be a good choice for elders??
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    Originally Posted by fairytale00
    So what will be a good choice for elders??
    I gave you the suggestion of the PANASONIC LX70!
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    This 26" model has a built in DVD player, although I prefer to buy separate components.

    http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11271037&whse=BC&Ne=4000000&eC at=BC|79|2341|3316|74673&N=4018658&Mo=14&No=6&Nr=P _CatalogName:BC&cat=74673&Ns=P_Price|1||P_SignDesc 1&lang=en-US&Sp=C&hierPath=79*2341*3316*74673*&topnav=

    BTW, Costco automatically gives extended warranties on all TVs.
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    A friend of mine has a 52" for sale for $350. Not a thing wrong either. And I just paid $440 for a 37" about a month ago.
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  8. Thank you for dredging up this old thread.
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    WTH! This thread was freaking 2 years ago! LmFAO!
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