32in 4:3 HDTV for under $1000 ?

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  1. Benjamin.D

    Benjamin.D Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm looking for a 32in 4:3 set that can:

    -Display 480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i

    -Has (at least) two component video inputs

    -Vertical squeeze

    for under $1000

    Does anyone know of a set that they can recommend? Also, are there 4:3 sets that perform line doubling?

    Thanks,
    Ben
     
  2. Tom Rags

    Tom Rags Supporting Actor

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    Check out the Zenith line: C27V36, C32V36, C32V37. The V37 has a built in HDTV tuner and can be found for $899 every now and then at some Best Buys or Circuit City.
     
  3. Bill Will

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    I would also check out the JVC Model AV-32DF74 Don't know if it does 720P though? & see the Post "16:9 mode on non-Wega TVs??" For specs on the JVC try JVC's website where you can also download the Owners Manual on the set & Sears website also has some specs. on it. You should be able to get the JVC for around $800 if you fight with them. [​IMG] The JVC also has a One Year Labor Warranty compared to Zenith's 90 Day Labor Warranty if that's important to you.
     

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