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32" SONY LCD TV $480 new, March 25 only!

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For those still looking for a good TV deal. 1080

http://www.woot.com/

Today, March 25th only.

Sony Bravia 32” Class LCD HDTV

$479.99

+ $5 shipping

Condition: New Product: 1 Sony 32” Class (31.5" diagonal) BRAVIA KDL-32M4000

You're welcome! :patriot:

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Dang, that's not too bad of a deal there.

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For those still looking for a good TV deal. 1080

http://www.woot.com/

Today, March 25th only.

Sony Bravia 32” Class LCD HDTV

$479.99

+ $5 shipping

Condition: New Product: 1 Sony 32” Class (31.5" diagonal) BRAVIA KDL-32M4000

You're welcome! :patriot:

Not bad, but just for the record that is a 720p set.

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Not bad, but just for the record that is a 720p set.

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HDMI Connections: 2 Rear

Supports 480i, 480p, 720/60p, 1080/60i

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The set runs native at 720p. All 720p sets can display at 1080i

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The set runs native at 720p. All 720p sets can display at 1080i

Gotcha... not too familiar with HD TV myself, as I've never cared to invest in one. I saw the hookups and the 720p comment, which is why I was confused. Thanks for pointing that out though :)

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Gotcha... not too familiar with HD TV myself, as I've never cared to invest in one. I saw the hookups and the 720p comment, which is why I was confused. Thanks for pointing that out though :)

No prob. They do sell 32" LCDs at 1080p but it's honestly a waste unless you plan on hooking it up as a computer monitor as well.

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??

HDMI Connections: 2 Rear

Supports 480i, 480p, 720/60p, 1080/60i

it's 1080i not 1080p and there is a big difference.

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