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I'm looking for a 32" LCD HD TV. This is going on a wall in a bedroom and will also be used as a computer monitor. This is $550 to my door including the wall mount. Is there a better tv I could buy in this price range? Is there a pale to get this tv cheaper? Keep in mind shipping/sales tax/wall mount/etc. I know there are some people who are good at finding deals, so here's your chance to help me out! I'm looking to buy something in the enxt few days. If there's a local place for about the same price that would be better, but I don't mind ordering online.

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What model are you looking at now that you want to buy?
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Looks like a damn sweet deal to me.

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Yeah, it's an older model so they have much more room for pricing. You won't get much better than that for the pricing. I would just order it; for what you're wanting to do, it will work just fine.
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I had the Vizio VX32L for 13 months and it was a great overall tv. Great picture on both OTA HD and DVD's. Only problem I had was that one day it just died and didn't want to turn back on. Luckily I purchased it at Sam's and they gave me a full refund so I picked up the 37" Vizio VX37L which is the exact same screen, just a 37".

I did allot of research and the problem I had seems to be a one off deal, so I did not hesitate to buy another Vizio. I am very impressed with their product for the price, and I would recommend them to anyone.

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I had the Vizio VX32L for 13 months and it was a great overall tv. Great picture on both OTA HD and DVD's. Only problem I had was that one day it just died and didn't want to turn back on. Luckily I purchased it at Sam's and they gave me a full refund so I picked up the 37" Vizio VX37L which is the exact same screen, just a 37".

I did allot of research and the problem I had seems to be a one off deal, so I did not hesitate to buy another Vizio. I am very impressed with their product for the price, and I would recommend them to anyone.
I think I'll pick it up in the next day or so. $550 to the door including the wall mount is going to be hard to beat. This isn't the main tv in the house or anything so I'm not too worried about it, and I've heard more good things vs. bad things.
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