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LCD TV question


TUG Member
Jun 7, 2005
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Farmington, CT
I am looking at a 37 inch LG HDTV. Any comments on this TV ? I am not familiar with this brand. I am considering a buy at $699 which in comparison to other TVs seems to be a dream buy. My cabinet only has a 36 1/2 " opening and I am stuck as to the size of the TV. I am also concerned that in a short time the 37 " LCD TV will disappear. There seems to be so many bigger sizes.
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Jun 6, 2005
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Redmond, WA
The second thing every LCD TV buyer says is:

"I wish I would have purchased a bigger size".

I would forget the limit of 37" and make a poster board cut-out of the actual screen size. Then hold it up where the TV will be situated. Remember, a 37" widescreen is SMALLER than a traditional 37" TV screen. The screen ratio for a widescreen is 16:9 where the ratio for a traditional screen is 4:3.