tommyy22 said: 32" 1080P? Anyone know how close you have to be to a 32" screen to be able to tell the difference between 1080P and 720P? † If you decided to use as a computer monitor, it's better!
posted: Mar. 24, 2014 @ 4:47p
Bought this one from Amazon back during BF, Netflix and Hulu streamed great and the picture was good- but had to send it back after a month when it got a dead line down the center of the screen! Nice looking TV, and it was the perfect size for the bedroom and has a great backlit remote. I was hoping to notice a difference between my 720 plasma and this TV but it pretty much looked the same with my uverse HD.
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