Need a New TV help please.

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  1. Jason-Pro

    Jason-Pro Stunt Coordinator

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    Well im looking for a new TV for my bedroom home theater. i only have room for a 27" so thats what im looking for. i just want it to be cheap and decent quality + i plan on mounting it on the wall so id need a wallmount to.
    I only wana spend about $200-$250 on a TV (would like it to have video in on the back of the TV so i dont have to use my VCR. rite now im using a 19" RCA which really really hates magnets and id just like a bigger TV for watching DVDS and such.
    like i said i wana spend about $200-$250 on a TV (unless you can find a decent one really cheap !!)
    and about $$50-$100 for a wallmount. this is just a temporary solution till i move out next summer so the tv has to last atleast a year ! hehe.
    after then comes the big ol 40-50" 16:9 [​IMG]
    Please let me know if you know of any decent cheap TVs 27" or possibly 25" to mount on a wall. thanks !
     
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    nobody can help me ? so far the places i looked are Walmart and Best buy.

    and what os the Orion brand ?
     
  3. Jim FC

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    Cheap and decent quality... heh. Pretty much any 27" TV under $250 is going to be only one of the above... guess which one. I think that Samsung makes a 25" model around that range with an A/V input, but most others below $250 have only a coax input. If you can boost that budget up to $300ish, you can get into a JVC or Panasonic 27" that would fit the bill for you. But if you seriously can't go above $250, I'd buy the cheapest 25" TV you can find, and if it lasts a year then move it to another room when you can afford a bigger, nicer one. All the wall mounts I've seen that will support a 25-27" TV are over $150.

    Never heard of Orion, and I sell TVs. That should tell you something!
     

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