is this a good deal?

$349.99 after $50 OFF



Resolution: 1366 x 768

Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1

Response Time: 8ms

Item # 613232

Looks good to me, but then again, I buy everything used off Craigslist.......

That looks like the going rate for a 720p, if thats for a 1080p then it's a good deal.

what's eco lcd?

GregHonda - That looks like the going rate for a 720p, if thats for a 1080p then it's a good deal.

why wouldn't they specify this? gonna go check



  • Costco extends manufacture warranty to 2 years/o:p

  • Returns accepted within 90 days from date of purchase/o:p

  • Screen Size: 32” (31.51" viewable)/o:p

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9/o:p

  • Resolution: 1366 x 768 /o:p

  • Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1/o:p

  • Response Time: 8ms/o:p

  • Brightness: 450 cd/m²/o:p

  • ECO features: Recycled Paper for manual and QSG; Recycled material for packaging, Vegetable ink for manual and QSG (Phase in TBD Production)/o:p

  • Viewing Angle (HxV): 178° x 178°/o:p

  • HDTV Compatibility: 480i (SDTV), 480P (EDTV), 1080i (HDTV), 720P (HDTV)/o:p

  • Progressive Scan/o:p

  • Energy Star 3.0/o:p

  • Table Top Stand: Included/o:p

  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 31.6" x 21.2" x 4.2" (w/ out stand), 31.6" x 22.4" x 8.6" (w/ stand)/o:p

  • Weight: 20.3 lbs (w/ out stand), 22.5 lbs (w/ stand)/o:p


  • Speakers: 2x 10W /o:p

Inputs/ Outputs:/o:p

  • HDMI x2/o:p

  • Component x2/o:p

  • Composite Video + 1x S-Video sharing Stereo Audio (RCA)    /o:p

  • Co-axial RF (for DTV & TV) x1/o:p

  • RGB PC plus Stereo Audio x1/o:p

  • SPDIF Digital Audio (Optical) x1/o:p

  • Stereo Analog Audio x1

It's a 720p...

I dunno, I don't see it being that big of a deal cuz you're dealing with a 32" tv.

what is my apple widescreen? i'm wondering if i should just pay triple and get the same size?

Get it, its a good deal cable doesn't broadcast in 1080p anyway only blu-ray does, also studies have shown that with 20/20 eye sight viewers can't tell the difference between 720 and 1080 in tvs smaller than 42 inches

good advice. thank you

Resolution: 1366 x 768 is 1080i.

bought my 32" 1080i for $900+ just a few years ago.

alewaboy is probably correct, at 32" I don't know that there will be much of a visual difference between a 720p or 1080p (depending on how far away from your set you are).

I did a lot of research before buying my 46" Samsung, and have no regrets, I only wish I went with the 52".

im almost mad theyre getting so cheap cause for what i paid not even 2 years ago i can get a tv thats nearly a foot bigger...damnit

take heed to my earlier post homey! my situation got ugly confirmed by the girls at UPS who states that they see returns going back to manufacturer almost the way one of the UPS girls is like 6'5"..das a lot of brown uniform.. mostly sox!

thks for heads up. i wil proceed w/ caution.

I think it is a great deal.