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I'm looking for a new TV to match up with my computer and mainly used with a PS3


I havent really looked into it so I don't know what to look for in a larger tv the biggest tv I owened is a 26" so I think this will be an improvment.
anyone know how this one stacks up ?

LG 37LE2R 37"
post #2 of 25
look for a tv with a high contrast ratio and 1080p since you will be using it for ps3. find one with at least 2 hdmi inputs that way you can hook up the ps3 and sound system.
how much you willing to spend on a tv? they are somewhat expensive for a 1080p hdtv.
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post #3 of 25
~700USD for a Westinghouse 37" 1080P, superb display.
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Try to get one with HDMI and get the PSE HDMI cable
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I got a sharp aquos slightly damaged 46 inch for 700 its very watchable i only use it for video games
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post #6 of 25
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Originally Posted by highwhey View Post
~700USD for a Westinghouse 37" 1080P, superb display.

i have a 32" 720p westinghouse and i like it... but sometimes when i have it connected to my computer it will sometimes automatically change from the pc inout to hdmi by itself and i will have to manually change it back. also when i have the resolution set to 1280x768 (looks great by the way) it will automatically change resolutions to 1366x768. so i would take that into consideration.
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post #7 of 25
samsung makes great tv's but kind of expensive, the bravia series by sony is unbelievable but really expensive, and olevia's are really nice and a great price.
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post #8 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by highwhey View Post
~700USD for a Westinghouse 37" 1080P, superb display.
Look no further than the Westinghouse 37 1080p, for the price nothing comes close. I have one for my Xbox 360 and everyone who's seen it loves it, even people with 4-5 thousand dollar TVs themselves.
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post #9 of 25
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samsung makes great tv's but kind of expensive, the bravia series by sony is unbelievable but really expensive, and olevia's are really nice and a great price.
my thoughts exactly. olevia is good price and decent tv, bravia's awesome but pricey, and samsung makes good tv's too
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post #10 of 25
Westinghouse 799 deal is dead..been dead for awhile.
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