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Need Display for X360/PS3

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So I've been looking all around for a <$450 32 in. display for the bedroom. Newegg had a LG similar to this one but it sold out.... but I found another over at Abt that seems to have a decent price.

Link: http://www.abt.com/product/39901/LG-...paign=froogle#

Just curious what people thought about this one and if there is something else I should be looking at.

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Amazon has the same exact screen for $460. Also, similar Samsung and Sony screens are more expensive with similar specs.

I would say its a great deal, go for it.
You can add $150 bucks and get a Samsung 40" from Sears
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Hmm... the only problem that I have with the screen is that I have been stumbling on some bad reviews here n' there that for some reason some people have received units that didn't sync the audio and video properly. I'm not really sure I NEED a 1080p, although it may be nice. I'm just wondering if it would be better for me to go with a Samsung 720p at the same price but with less issues that people have come across.
at 32" 720p is fine, granted you sit a little ways back from the tv,

any larger though (40"+) and you'll start to see the benefits of 1080p
I'd like to put in a good word for the lh30 series (what you liked to) I'm on my 37" LG now and its great, not a single complaint. Mine

Also as far as the 720vs1080 argument, just keep in mind if there's ever a chance you're going to hook your PC up to it, 1080p makes a HUGE difference. Text goes from barely legible to crystal clear.
Newegg has a 32" 720p Toshiba for $380 free shipping

Ordered one a little while back for $340 as Xmas gift for my brother (shipping wasn't free at the time though).
Would be great for what you need; as said 32" doesn't really "need" 1080p, plus most games are rendered in sub-HD and upscaled to 720p anyway.
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Hmm... I don't think I'll be hooking up to a computer. I don't want to leave that option out by any means though. So whats the big difference though between -

1. This: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...063&Tpk=32LH30

2. and this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...061&Tpk=32LF11

They are both sold out at Newegg, I was really trying to get the 2nd one today for $399 but it was gone pretty quick. The 1st one I was able to find here: http://www.abt.com/product/39901/LG-...paign=froogle# for much cheaper than what Newegg had it for... so now I'm looking at that instead. Just curious though what's the huge difference between the two? All I saw was contrast ration and a 1ms response time difference. On LG's website they actually have the 2nd one listed as being $50 more than the 1st. Just wondering why.
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Stick with the 1080p, you won't look back or regret it,
Gonna bump this to see if I get a few more opinions before I pull the trigger.

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